Davidson’s Town Board on Tuesday honored the W.A. Hough High School girls’ soccer team on its recent state Division 4A championship and national No. 1 ranking (according to ESPN). Mayor John Woods read a proclamation that recognized the team for its 26-0-1 record and its scoring prowess, outscoring opponents 114-12.
“They have exhibited tenacity, focus, and sheer will by pushing themselves to the limit in competition,” the mayor read, as team members sat on the floor before commissioners.
“The girls are remarkable athletes and role models for the youth of our town, inspiring them to
pursue their dreams,” the proclamation said.
Hough beat Green Hope High School of Cary 2-0 in the the title game on May 26, on two goals by Sarah Moon.
May 26, 2012, “Moon’s 2 goals bring Huskies a state championship.”
Download the full proclamation honoring the Hough Huskies, on the town website. (PDF)