ETSU's Jonny Campbell and Kentucky's Cameron Mohseni (20) scramble for the ball during Thursday night's game at Summers-Taylor Stadium in Johnson City. (Lee Talbert/NET News Service)
JOHNSON CITY — It wasn’t a masterpiece, but East Tennessee State soccer coach Scott Calabrese couldn’t help but smile when he looked at the scoreboard.
It read ETSU 1, Kentucky 0.
“We weren’t playing particularly well,” Calabrese said. “But we were able to find a goal and be gritty, and in the end I’m happy with the result. I’m always happy when we win.”
The Bucs won their home opener Thursday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium with a crowd of 1,062 on hand. Thibault Civalier, a freshman from Nice, France, scored shortly after halftime.
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