season, thanks in part to two goals by Ireland Wyatt, one coming on a beautiful assist by Janie Pickard. Jenna Baker added the third goal and was noted for her hustle during the entire match.
Laney Rayburn had five saves in goal, while Rebecca Scoggins was a defensive standout.
Lakeview boys 9, Dade County 0
The Warriors rolled over visiting Dade County last Wednesday. Stivan Galicia had a hat trick, while Alex Domingo Marroquin and Bryson Sullivan both scored twice. Solo goals by Cooper Kirk and Javier Rafael capped the scoring.
Galicia and Jalen Glover each had two assists, while Marroquin added one. Lakeview also got solid defensive midfield play from Al Hastic.
The Lady Warriors’ varsity match against Dade County was played earlier this season.
LaFayette boys 1, Lakeview 1
Two teams that could meet up again in the NGAC finals later this spring collided in south Walker County
on Friday night and when all the dust had settled, nothing had been decided between the Warriors and the Ramblers.
Pickard put the home team up midway through the first half, racing down the right side before beating the Lakeview keeper to the far post and giving the Ramblers a 1-0 lead.
A battle in the midfield would ensue for the next 40 minutes, but with approximately 10 minutes remaining, the Warriors were awarded a free kick on the LaFayette end of the field.
LaFayette’s keeper was able to punch away
the initial shot, but the Ramblers weren’t able to clear the ball and Lakeview would eventually knock it home for the equalizer as the match ended up in a tie.
Individual scoring for the Warriors had not been provided as of press time.
LaFayette is now 6-01 on the season, while Lakeview is now 3-0-1.
Results of the girls’ match had not been provided as of press time.
Saddle Ridge boys 7, Rossville 1
The Mustangs got three goals from Kevin Kremb - his second hat
trick of the season - in a conference win at Rossville on Thursday.
Braedon Holland found the net twice for Saddle Ridge (2-2-1), while sixth graders Levi Ledford and Jacob Hamilton each added a goal and an assist. Two more sixth graders, Beck Thrash and Landon Kennedy, also added assists.
The defensive effort was led by sixth graders Kaden Miller and Micah Newsome, along with Mali Davis.
Evan Ferguson had the lone goal for the Bulldogs.
Saddle Ridge girls 8, Rossville 0
In the girls’ match, the Lady Mustangs won their second game of the year (2-3 overall) and their first conference game of the season as they piled up a schoolrecord eight goals in a shutout win.
Mykeria Johnson and Zoe Haggard had two each for SRMS, while Elleson Bruce, Kayla Bailey, Alyssa Gary and Aria Shirley each scored their first goals of the season.
Kaitlyn Adams and Winter Johnson were defensive standouts in helping keeper Cecelia Davenport get the shutout. Davenport finished with two saves.