Paul Laurence Dunbar girls’ soccer head coach Megan Poage, center, instructed Alison O’Hara as she was about to be subbed in during their game against Madison Southern on Tuesday in the Fayette County Soccer Spectacular at Henry Clay High School. At left is goalie coach Caitlin Wohlander. Another assistant, Arly Lankster, was leading junior varsity practice back on campus.
Paul Laurence Dunbar girls’ soccer head coach Megan Poage, center, instructed Alison O’Hara as she was about to be subbed in during their game against Madison Southern on Tuesday in the Fayette County Soccer Spectacular at Henry Clay High School. At left is goalie coach Caitlin Wohlander. Another assistant, Arly Lankster, was leading junior varsity practice back on campus. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
Paul Laurence Dunbar girls’ soccer head coach Megan Poage, center, instructed Alison O’Hara as she was about to be subbed in during their game against Madison Southern on Tuesday in the Fayette County Soccer Spectacular at Henry Clay High School. At left is goalie coach Caitlin Wohlander. Another assistant, Arly Lankster, was leading junior varsity practice back on campus. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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August 15, 2018 01:53 PM