Soccer roundup: Woodland, Cartersville sweep opponents


Woodland’s girls and boys soccer teams both defeated Cedartown Wednesday night at home in non-region games and the Cartersville girls and boys both blanked visiting Troup in Region 5-AAAA action.

WOODLAND GIRLS 6, CEDARTOWN 0


The Woodland girls blanked visiting Cedartown Wednesday night 6-0 in a non-region contest at Wildcat Stadium.


Tiera Feanny scored the Lady Cats’ opening goal and Grace Webb added a second Woodland goal for an early lead. Feanny then added two more tallies in the opening half for a 4-0 lead at the intermission. Sydney Molinaroand Kiersten Iruegas added a goal each in the second half as the Lady Cats cruised.


Woodland (2-8-1) hosts East Paulding Friday.



WOODLAND BOYS 7, CEDARTOWN 3


Preston Godfrey scored a hat trick in the first half as the Wildcats took care of business Wednesday night at home against the Bulldogs. Miguel Hernandez added a first half goal for the Wildcats while Rene Vazquez, Dylan Ferguson, and Kevin Moreno scored one goal each in the second half. Woodland (3-4-2, 2-3) entertains East Paulding Friday evening.




CARTERSVILLE GIRLS 9, TROUP 0


For the second night in a row, the Lady Canes rolled to an easy win taking down region rival visiting Troup 9-0 Wednesday evening.


Micah Vance and Kalyn Donegan finished with a hat-trick of goals and two assists each. Kelly Betancourt and Janet Zazueta scored goals and Abbey Craig added a goal on a penalty kick. Craig added an assist as did Linet Chege.


Cartersville (8-2-1, 5-0) travels to LaGrange Thursday, March 28.



CARTERSVILLE BOYS 7, TROUP 0 Brady Craig and Pedro Ghanem scored two goals each to help lead the Hurricanes to a 7-0 win Wednesday night over visiting Troup County. Ghanem also finished with three assists and Craig added one assist in the contest. Ricardo Torres, Elian Abeja, and Kevin Valencia rounded out the Canes’ scoring. Abeja also assisted on a goal as did Alex Rios and Javier Morillon.


Ethan Eckert and Leo Betancourt split time for the Canes as goalkeeper in the shutout. Cartersville (9-3, 5-0) plays at LaGrange Thursday, March 28.

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