Manuel Lucio scored for Cherokee and Kendrick Jean scored for Creekview as the teams played to a 1-1 draw Thursday night in Canton.

The result moved Creekview to 3-0-1, while Cherokee moved to 0-2-1.

TUESDAY

Creekview 6, Dawson County 1: With the game tied 1-1 at the half, Creekview scored five second half goals to secure the win at home.

Etowah 4, Cambridge 4: Sebastian Lopez scored twice for Etowah in a back-and-forth match, but the Eagles were unable to record their first victory of the season.

Andres Jorquera and Chris Marcus each scored for Etowah (0-2-1), while Sam Marktanner and Eli Stout added assists.

River Ridge 0, Hillgrove 0: The Knights moved to 1-0-1 after playing to a draw at home against Hillgrove, which entered the game ranked No. 3 in AAAAAAA.

Sequoyah 3, Kell 0: The Chiefs remained unbeaten with a shutout victory.

Daryn Roberts, Kevin Ruiz and Jahir Sebastian each scored for Sequoyah (3-0-1) while Jake Locklear added one assist.

The Chiefs have outscored their opposition 11-1 through its first four games this season.

Woodstock 3, Centennial 2: Zach Baitcher, Jacob Pratt and Calvin Tressler each scored a goal as Woodstock (2-1) won at home.

MONDAY

Sequoyah 5, Cherokee 0: Five players scored goals as Sequoyah won at home.

Lucas Fernandes, Daryn Roberts, Kevin Ruiz, Daryn Roberts, Dylan Williams and Steven Zurita each scored goals for Sequoyah, while Williams added an assist.

GIRLS SOCCER

THURSDAY

Cherokee 2, Creekview 1: Avi Reale and Kaia King tallied a pair of early goals, while Alek Pace and King picked up assists as the Lady Warriors (3-0) stayed undefeated with a win at home.

Creekview (2-2) scored in the second half when Kara Simmons converted a penalty kick after Alexa Avery was taken down in the box.

MONDAY

Cherokee 2 Sequoyah 1: Nicole Zapata scored with only minutes remaining to give Cherokee the win.

Zapata’s goal came on a corner kick, with the assist from Alek Pace.

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