Prep Roundup: Woodstock boys sweep Cherokee
by Cherokee Tribune staff reports
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Woodstock earned five straight-set wins and beat county rival Cherokee 5-0 in a Region 5AAAAAA match Tuesday.

Ivan Vizcaya, Eric Hollar and Evan Zaner swept the singles points. Vizcaya and Zaner each allowed two games, and Hollar three.

Luke Mixon and Spencer Hren gave up five games in their doubles match, with Mitchel Sumner and Dylan Petersen allowing four.

Woodstock (7-6, 4-3) will make the short trip to River Ridge today for a non-region match.

GIRLS TENNIS

Sequoyah 4, Kell 1:
The Lady Chiefs swept both doubles points and won the Region 7AAAAA match.

Ariel Schneider and Taylor Dodd each won in singles play, with Schneider allowing four games and Dodd one.

The No. 1 doubles team of Morgan Dodd and Montana Gilbert also won with allowing just one game. Caroline Gessner and Anna King needed a third-set super-tiebreaker before winning 3-6, 6-1, 10-5.

Sequoyah (4-4, 4-4) will travel to Forsyth Central today.

Creekview 5, Forsyth Central 0: The Grizzlies picked up a key Region 7AAAAA victory to improve to 6-4 overall and 4-3 in the region.

At No. 1 singles, Emily Fraysier won 6-0, 6-2. Also winning their singles matches were Lauren Pero (6-2, 6-3) and Olivia Rowland (7-6, 6-3).

The pairing of Hannah Rowland and Sloan Anderson won 6-4, 6-2. Keri Fowler and Alexis Pache completed the sweep by rallying for a 2-6, 7-6, 10-5 victory.

GIRLS SOCCER

Late Saturday

Etowah wins twice on Jekyll Island:
The Lady Eagles won both of their games at the Brine Tournament of Champions, beating Camden County and and Duluth — both by 4-1 margins.

Carolina Waters led the way for the Lady Eagles with three goals and three assists in the two games.

In Friday’s game with Camden County, Waters scored the opening goal 40 seconds into the match. Jaclyn Miller broke away and fed the ball to Waters, who finished.

Waters recorded assists on the next two goals, feeding the ball to Claire Groce and Erica Rodman.

With 12 minutes remaining in the match, Miller completed the scoring on an assist by Claire Boudreau.

Hannah Moore made a pair of saves for the victory.

On Saturday, it was Waters against scoring early. Just 7 minutes into the game, she scored on an assist by Kellie Haggerty.

Just over a minute later, Waters and Groce assisted on a goal by Kelly Anthony as the Etowah went up on Duluth 2-0.

Miller assisted on the next goal as Haggerty scored. Yanci Akselsen then netted her first goal of the season to finish the scoring for the Lady Eagles.

Lexi Ledoux recorded four saves for the victory.

Etowah (7-2) will play at Creekview today.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Late Saturday

Pope 12, Woodstock 8:
Despite three goals from both Jaclyn Chiesa and Claudia Harrison, the Lady Wolverines were unable to win the non-area game.

Kalin Bagwell and Jenna Carr also scored, while Vienna Monte made 14 saves in the Woodstock goal.

Woodstock (1-4, 0-3) will travel to Milton on Friday.

Darlington 12, River Ridge 11: The Lady Knights led through the first half of the Area 2A-AAAAA game, but exhaustion set in after the break as the team has just one substitute available.

River Ridge coach Ines Haas said several players missed the match because of a leadership trip and illness, causing the team to be short-handed.

Mary Graham led River Ridge with six goals, while Avery Blackmon scored four. Melissa Langley scored the only other goal, while Taylor Endozo, Aubrey Warren and Emily Pesche had assists.

River Ridge will host Pope on Thursday.

BOYS GOLF

Late Saturday

Etowah third at invitational:
The Eagles fought though wind gusts to finish third of 19 teams at the LaFayette Invitational.

Adam Cross led Etowah and tied for medalist honors with a 77. Nick Budd added a 79, Cole Kirkpatrick had 85 and 86s were scored by Jake Forbes and Trenton Sanders. Jason Hammaker shot 92.

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March 28, 2013
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