Mid­dle School Soc­cer: Lake­view stays un­beaten with come­back win


The Catoosa County News - - WORSHIP DIRECTORY - By Scott Herpst

The Lake­view Mid­dle School boys’ soc­cer team stayed un­beaten this past Thurs­day, ral­ly­ing from two goals down to beat Her­itage, 3-2.

Stephen Scott and Steven Bur­chard scored for the Gen­er­als to give them a 2-0 lead 20 min­utes into the con­test.

Belmin Ko­jic scored of an as­sist from Cooper Kirk to get the War­riors on the board and sixth grader Bryson Sul­li­van fol­lowed up his own shot off the post to knock in the re­bound and tie the match. third in the 3200 (10:30.23) and fourth in the 800 (2:09.47).

Other point scor­ers for the Gen­er­als were Wes Lozano, who took sixth in the pole vault (11-0), Lacy, who fin­ished sev­enth in the 300 hur­dles (45.03) and Caleb Boyd, who placed eighth in the 3200 (11:10.52).

Riverdale won the boys’ cham­pi­onship with 80 points, best­ing Wood­land (68.5) for the top spot. Dal­ton (68) was

Then, with less than two min­utes re­main­ing, Jaylen Glover scored off an as­sist from Allen Sma­jlovic to give Lake­view the lead for good.

Her­itage girls 3, Lake­view 0

The Lady Gen­er­als got goals from Bai­ley Need­ham, Emma Ten­nyson and Molly Ca­son to shutout the Lady War­riors.

Mady Terry, Al­li­son Craft and Al­lana Ducker were cred­ited with as­sists.

Lake­view head coach Traye Car­pen­ter praised Bai­ley Sul­li­van and Mia Ko­jic for their a close third, fol­lowed by Cal­houn (55) and Cass (53.5). Her­itage fin­ished with 39 points.

LFO takes on tough field at Cal­houn

The LFO girls’ track team fin­ished in eighth place at the Cal­houn In­vi­ta­tional back on March 11, while the LFO boys’ ended up 10th over­all in the 15-team meet.

Jer­ri­ale Jack­son was the top point scorer for the Lady War­riors. She placed sec­ond in the 200 me­ters (28.70 sec­onds), third in the 100 (13.24), third in the long jump de­fen­sive play.

The War­riors and Lady War­riors swept Dade County on Thurs­day (March 9).

Lake­view won the girls’ match, 6-0, be­hind a hat trick from Syd­nee Brown, two goals from Emma Lev­er­rett and one from Ko­jic.

The War­riors capped the night with a 7-1 win in the boys’ match.

Steven Gali­cia scored four times in the vic­tory. Sma­jlovic scored twice and Glover found the net once for the Red-and-White. (16-0.5) and teamed with Ateana Copeland, Anna Roundtree and Jer­rian Jack­son to fin­ish fifth in the 4x400 (5:07.41).

Jer­rian Jack­son also placed sixth in the long jump (14-0). Copeland was sev­enth in the 400 (1:11) and Macey Gregg was third in the 3200 (13:37).

Bre­men’s girls won the meet with 129 points, fol­lowed by Sono­rav­ille (99) and Cal­houn (87.5). LFO fin­ished with 36 points.

On the boys’ side, Eric Martinez was sec­ond in the 1600 (4:57.10) and Nathan Goodale was sixth in

the 800 (2:21.69). Ruddy Ware placed eighth in the long jump (17-1) and Nick Culpepper tied for fifth in the shot put (400). He ended up in sixth place on a tiebreaker.

Martinez, Goodale, Ware and Han Soib­han teamed up to take eighth in the 4x400 (4:15.72).

The War­riors fin­ished with 22 points. Bre­men (104) edged Cass (100) for first place, while Cal­houn (91.5) was third.

Ringgold boys win in LaFayette

The Ringgold

Tigers placed first and the Lady Tigers were sec­ond in a three-team meet at LaFayette High School this past Thurs­day.

In the boys’ meet, the Tigers won eight events and col­lected 61 points to edge out LaFayette (56) for the win. The Wolver­ines (29) were third.

Jared Dunn won the high jump (5-4) and the 110 hur­dles (18:15) for Ringgold, while other win­ners from Ringgold in­cluded Ni­cholas Parker (800, 2:16), Pete Brower (200, 23:62), Joey Collins (400, 56.78), Jamie Basham (3200,

12:23) and the 4x100 (45.46) and 4x400 (3:54) re­lay teams.

LaFayette won the girls’ meet with 63 points with Ringgold (52) tak­ing sec­ond place. Dade County (15) was a dis­tant third.

Ringgold had a pair of mul­ti­ple win­ners in Annabelle Duck­ett (100 hur­dles, 17.31; 300 hur­dles, 55.53) and Lane Cates (800, 2:49; 1600, 6:15). Zoey But­ler won the 200 (29.60), Mor­gan Allen took first in the high jump (4-10) and the 4x400 re­lay team also scored first-place points (4:51.52).

Lake­view sweeps Dade County Han­nah Carr (sec­ond from left) and Olivia Wil­liams (sec­ond from right) signed on to con­tinue their bas­ket­ball ca­reers with the Lady Bob­cats this past Wed­nes­day dur­ing a cer­e­mony at Ge­or­gia Cum­ber­land Academy in Cal­houn. Also on hand were Mark and Kim­berly Carr (left), Ge­or­gia North­west­ern head coach David Stephen­son, GCA as­sis­tant coach Su­san Jenk­ins and Rick and Debi Wil­liams (right). (Mes­sen­ger photo/Scott Herpst)

Molly Ca­son and the Her­itage Mid­dle School Lady Gen­er­als shut out Lake­view, 3-0, last week. (Ca­toosa County News file photo/Scott Herpst)

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