Lady Gen­er­als stay un­beaten, shut out county ri­vals Lang­ford goes low to help LaFayette win

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

It was a very suc­cess­ful past few days for the Her­itage Mid­dle School Lady Gen­er­als, who picked up three big vic­to­ries, in­clud­ing a league win over a county ri­val.

Her­itage scored an 8-0 win over New Hope Mid­dle School last Fri­day be­fore claim­ing a come-from-be­hind 2-1 win over Dal­ton this past Mon­day.

Brooke Fairchild had three com­bined goals in the two wins. Bai­ley Need­ham had two goals and dished out three to­tal as­sists. McKenna Bialecke and Zandy Bur­ton scored twice with Bialecke pick­ing up an as­sist. Mady Terry had a goal and two as­sists, while Molly Ca­son and Emma Ten­nyson both had one as­sist.

Jor­dan Leonard had three to­tal saves.

Her­itage girls 4, Lake­view 0

On Thurs­day, the Lady Gen­er­als picked up an NGAC win at Lake­view as Leonard got the shutout in goal.

Bai­ley Need­ham scored twice, while Terry and Mady Nix each found the net once. Bialecke fin­ished with two as­sists.

Head coach Mike Craft named Ca­son, Terry, Abbey Brad­ford, Lind­say Davies, Syd­ney Lane, Lily Langston, Ad­di­son Need­ham, Bri­ley Simp­son and Emma Walther as de­fen­sive stand­outs in the lat­est matches.

Lake­view boys 3, Her­itage 0

Jalen Glover got things go­ing for the War­riors (2-0) on Thurs­day with a shot from nearly 30 yards away and that got in un­der the cross­bar. Glover later as­sisted Domingo Mar­rowquin on a shot that found the left up­per 90 and de­fen­sive mid­fielder Al Has­tic later sealed the win with what head coach Traye Car­pen­ter de­scribed as a “can­non ball shot” fol­low­ing a throw-in as­sist from Cooper Kirk.

“It was a great al­laround de­fen­sive ef­fort from the en­tire team,” Car­pen­ter added. “The game was very phys­i­cal and in­tense, but the re­sult was worth it.”

Ring­gold girls 5, Trion 1

The Ring­gold Lady Tigers got two goals each from So­phie Grace Reed and Joanna Medlin in a win over Trion on Tues­day.

Hai­ley Emous added one goal and Tay­lor Layne picked up an as­sist as the Lady Tigers moved to 2-0.

Ring­gold boys 3, Trion 1

The day’s sec­ond con­test saw the Tigers over­come an early 1-0 deficit to post a vic­tory and match their fe­male coun­ter­parts with a 2-0 record.

Ring­gold tied the score late in the first half as Con­ner Frid­dell scored off of Blake David­son as­sist. Ajack Dau and Jer­mie Con­stant scored in the sec­ond half with Ay­den Row­land as­sist­ing on Con­stant’s goal. Drew Com­ley had nu­mer­ous saves in goal for the Blue-and-White.

LaFayette got a 40 from low medal­ist Grant Lang­ford in a 213-227 vic­tory over Gor­don Lee at the LaFayette Golf Course last Mon­day.

Ju­nior Bar­ber added a 55 for the Ram­blers, while a 56 from Jud Woods and a 62 rounded out the team score. Ai­dan Sam­p­ley, Ai­dan Had­away and Isaac Lawrence all carded 62’s, while Abby Keys had a 63 in her round.

Cora Mount paced Gor­don Lee with a 56, fol­lowed by Ay­den Cordell with a 57, Cam­belle Wil­liams with a 58 and Lan­don Wil­liams and Tan­ner Maynor, who both shot 59.

One day later, back at the LaFayette Golf Course, Her­itage got a pair of 45’s from Chan­dler Burns and Sam John­son as they beat LaFayette and Gor­don Lee in a three­team matchup.

Seth Huskins shot a 59 for the Gen­er­als, while Chance Ma­hon had a 63 to round out the team score of 212.

LaFayette (220) had a 41 from Lang­ford, again the day’s low medal­ist. Bar­ber shot of 56 and Woods had a 60. The Ram­blers only had three avail­able play­ers, so they were forced to ac­cept a filler score of 63 to com­plete their team to­tal.

Gor­don Lee (232) got a 50 from Cora Mount, while the rest of the lineup in­cluded Cordell

(60), Cam­belle Wil­liams (61) and Lan­don Wil­liams (61). Maynor also played and carded a 62 for the Navy-andWhite.

On Thurs­day at Wind­stone, LaFayette held off Gor­don Lee

and Her­itage in a nine­hole match. Lang­ford once again was the day’s best with a score of 37.

Nate Gen­try had a 60 for the Ram­blers (222), fol­lowed by a 62 from Had­away and a 63 from Keys.

Mount shot a very re­spectable 47 for the Tro­jans (227), while

Cordell (60) and Noah Dock­ery (60) also played for the Navy-and-White. Gor­don Lee also had to record a filler score of 60.

Ring­gold (244) got a 59 from Chris­tian (no last name pro­vided), 61’s from Anna Ray and Noah Maretti and a 63 from Macy Vine­yard.

On a cold Tues­day

af­ter­noon at the LaFayette Golf Course, the Sad­dle Ridge Mus­tangs con­tin­ued its strong early-sea­son play by win­ning a three­team match.

Sad­dle Ridge got a 47 from low medal­ist Brady Mul­laly and fin­ished with a 223 to edge Ring­gold by just one shot. Lake­view

fin­ished 13 strokes out of the lead.

Shelby Coker added a 57 for Sad­dle Ridge, fol­lowed by a 58 by Caden Har­ris and a 61 from Nate Hines.

Ring­gold (224) was led by a 53 from McClaine Dono­van, while Elli Grace Roy added a 56. A 57 from Co­hen Shat­tuck and a

58 from Dy­lan Fayta rounded out the team score.

Lake­view (236) got a 52 from Ash­ton Hin­nard, fol­lowed by a 60 from Lan­don Faulk and a pair of 62’s by Han­nah Thur­man and Beau Well­born on the south Walker County lay­out.

Lake­view’s Gra­cie Cochran tries to shield the ball from Her­itage’s Mady Terry (11) dur­ing last week’s NGAC match at Lake­view. The Lady Gen­er­als col­lected a 4-0 win. (Photo by Scott Herpst)

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