Etowah junior Samuel Nash (1) fires a shot during last Thursday’s game against Fellowship Christian.



Sequoyah 13, Mount Paran 2

Holden Samuels scored three goals and added three assists while Josh Mesi scored three goals and added three assists to help lead Sequoyah to victory on Friday night. Sequoyah (3-4, 0-1 in Area 6) has now won three of its last four games.

Gabe Squillace scored twice for the Chiefs while Jack Blackman, Baylor Borden, Riley Gutmann, Zack Hupp and Evan Sengstock each scored one goal apiece. Gutmann added nine ground balls while Sengstock won 49% of his faces and added six ground balls. Max Downs recorded eight saves on 10 shots on goal.


Etowah 17, Fellowship Christian 11

Carson Reeder scored a team-high seven goals and added one assist to help lead Etowah to victory on Thursday night. It was the second win in-a-row for the Eagles who improved to 6-1.

Ty VanSickle scored five goals while Broderick Herring added two goals and on assist. Hunter Coleman won 71% of his face-offs.



Cherokee 9, Dalton 2

Kylie Dunlap scored five goals and added one assist as Cherokee won on the road on Saturday. The win kept Cherokee (5-1, 3-0) undefeated in Area 5 play.

Claire Crotty added two goals one assist while Payton Ellman and Emma Kirkman each scored one goal apiece. Freshman goalie Hailey Darko blocked five of seven shots on goal.


River Ridge 16, North Cobb 4

The Lady Knights outscored North Cobb 10-2 in the second half and held the advantage in nearly every statistical category as River Ridge won at home on Friday night. It was the second win in-a-row for River Ridge (3-1, 1-0 in Area 5.

River Ridge took 25 shots on goal compared to six for North Cobb and the Lady Knights held a 65% possession rate. Junior Hannah Vecsey led the way offensively scoring seven goals Maggie Gallion, Ellie Howard and Jordan Pruitt each tallied two goals apiece. Gallion added a team-high two assists while Nora Mansell finished with a team-high five ground balls. Zoe Nehrboss finished with a perfect 100% draw win percentage after winning all seven of her draws in the contest.

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