PREP ROUNDUP: Greater Atlanta Christian edges Mountain View in women’s soccer | Sports


LAWRENCEVILLE — Micah Bryant scored a first-half goal that lasted until the final minutes when Greater Atlanta Christian Women’s Soccer scored an insurance goal in a 2-0 win at Mountain View on Thursday.

Wesleyan 10, Pebblebrook 0

PEACHTREE CORNERS — Second-ranked Wesleyan edged past Pebblebrook 10-0 on Thursday.

Olivia Cardile’s first hat-trick led Wolves 9-1, while Teagan Wilkenloh and Lainey Jerding scored twice. Bella Wadkins (one goal, one assist), Kaitlyn Bobo (one goal), Merry Alice Gordy (one goal), Laurel Edge (two assists) and Cady Triplett (one assist) also contributed to the win.

BUFORD — Dean Kingsley, James Troutt and Leyton Grothe won in singles as Buford shut out Dacula 5-0 in Thursday’s 8-AAAAAA match.

Miller Troutt and Brent Sherman won in doubles No. 1, and Grayson Gilbert and Matthew Maurer earned the points in doubles No. 2.

Wolves are 9-2 overall and 2-0 in the area.

PEACHTREE CORNERS — Wesleyan won 5-0 against Providence Christian on Thursday.

Nick Follett, Connor Hewitson and Mason Strong picked up singles points for Wolves, whose doubles wins came from Aidan Abraham and Matthew Godfrey at No.1 and Daniel Lim and Landon Clement at No.2.

BUFORD – Buford beat Dacula 5-0 in 8-AAAAAA on Thursday.

Wolves (8-3, 2-0) secured singles wins from Taylor Aycock, Berkley Clark and Hannah Davidson. Doubles points came from Kylie McCammon and Delaney Richards at No. 1, and Marigrace Crossett and Abigail Foretic at No. 2.

PEACHTREE CORNERS — A doubles sweep helped Wesleyan beat Providence Christian 4-1 on Thursday.

Katherine Scott and Tinsley Bertram won the No. 1 doubles match, and Olivia Noel and Caroline Scott won the No. 2 doubles match. Lauren Tucker and Livi Stolle won the No. 2 and No. 3 singles respectively.

Providence’s only point came from Sydney Hrehor at No. 1 in singles.

MONROE – Archer shot 192 Thursday at Providence Club for a five-shot win over Grayson.

Wesleyan at the head of Mount Pisgah

JOHNS CREEK — Elizabeth Hodges closed with a birdie and back-to-back pars, capping Wesleyan’s victory over Mount Pisgah at RiverPines Golf on Thursday.

Wolves won with a 71 against Mount Pisgah’s 74 in a shortened seven-hole match.


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