On a very cool Tuesday evening, the Leesville boys and girls soccer teams were red hot.

On a very cool Tuesday evening, the Leesville boys and girls soccer teams were red hot. The Wampus Cats opened the evening with a big 5-0 win over the Peabody Warhorses, while the Lady Cats closed out the doubleheader with a 12-0 victory. On the season, the Wampus Cats are now 5-8-2, with a record of 3-2 in district play, while the Lady Cats are 7-10-0, 4-1 in district. The two teams play at Tioga on Thursday, with the girls' game beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the boys to follow. The Lady Cats have a chance to claim their first-ever district title with a victory at Tioga tonight. Leesville.....5 Peabody....0 It only took mere minutes before sophomore Austin Stephens took the first shot of the evening sending it off the post only to recover his own rebound and score the first Leesville goal. A short time later, senior Jakob Lopez worked the ball through several Warhorse defenders and slipped a beautiful pass to fellow senior Brian Blakley, who slammed in the second goal of the game. Finishing off the first half was Leesville freshman Jose Salas off a feed from defender Ryan Well. The second half saw the action slow down a bit with the Wampus Cats playing more of a possession game. While on the attack, Blakley netted his second goal of the match and fellow defender Corey Masaracchia scored his first of the evening. Starting goalkeeper Jacob Chambers notched his first district shutout having only needing to make one save. Leesville.....12 Peabody.....0 The girls were not to be outdone this evening and came out with a vengeance. The first 15 minutes of the game saw senior Kirsten Raines come away with three goals and her second hat trick in district play this season. The Lady Cats continued to pound the Lady Warhorses as Gabrielle Taft hammered a shot from inside the 18-yard box scoring her only goal of the game. Junior Haley Perry continued to work her magic as she scored two consecutive goals each assisted by Raines. The first half came to a close with the score 8-0 and individual goals coming from Jordonne Johnson and Bailey Williams. The second half saw starting goalkeeper Rachael Greene replaced in goal by backup Felicia Graves, with Greene playing in midfield. It didnít take Greene long before she found herself within shooting range and fired her first goal of the year. The Lady Cats continued to take the game to Peabody throughout the rest of the second half putting up three more scores by Johnson, Desiree Glover and Nani Cruz with a final score of 12-0.