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Lady Indians rally behind Johnson’s injury

April 21, 2011

After losing senior leader Katie Johnson to a knee injury in the second period, St. Stephens was determined not to let her down.

Freshman Alex Roarke and sophomore Macy Franklin each pocketed goals in the second period, as St. Stephens picked up its eighth conference victory against Watauga on Thursday.

“Katie gets hurt and all of a sudden, we picked up our play,” said Indians coach Chuck Davis. “You have to hand it to the girls for having their teammates back. They wanted to do it for Katie. It was nice for them to step up in her absence.”

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