TIMES STAFF REPORT
WHITESBURG - The spring soccer season is less than one month old and many of the league’s older teams continue to play road contests. The Floyd U14 Supersonics traveled to Letcher County on Saturday for the first of two games against the Cyclones. The Floyd County U14 team left with a close 4-3 loss on its record. The Supersonics led by midfielder Caleb Petry, fought hard, but couldn’t outlast the bigger and faster Cyclones. Petry scored two goals and Joseph Kidd provided the the other goal for the Floyd County team. Sweeper Charlie Joseph was all over the Letcher County backfield, helping his defensive mates. One Letcher County official complimented the Supersonics on the many talented female members of the squad. The Floyd U14 team is composed of 10 girls and five boys. The Supersonics play the Cyclones again this Saturday. This time, the Floyd County team will host the Cyclones on their home field at Allen.