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Local girls' soccer teams fall in the first round of the GHSA state playoffs

April 16, 2024 All three local girls' high school soccer teams in the state playoffs dropped their first-round games on Tuesday night. 


Woodland lost at Greater Atlanta Christian while Adairsville and Cartersville lost home matches to Dawson County and Chattahoochee, respectively.



GREATER ATLANTA CHRISTIAN 10, WOODLAND GIRLS 0


Ansley Burns

The Lady Cats' season came to an end at Greater Atlanta Christian Tuesday night with a 10-0 loss in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs.


The Lady Cats finished the year with a 10-4 mark.


The playoff loss marks the end of the high school careers for Woodland’s two seniors, Luz Santamaria and Reagan “Dutch” Weightman.


Greater Atlanta Christian improved to 13-3-1 and will face the Eastside/Midtown winner in the second round next Tuesday.




DAWSON COUNTY 4, ADAIRSVILLE GIRLS 2


Alexa Damer

Adairsville’s Ella Edwards scored on a penalty kick in the 8th minute Tuesday night to take an early lead but Dawson County responded to build a 3-1 advantage by the intermission en route to a 4-2 first-round playoff win in Tiger Valley.


Sam Gough scored Adairsville’s second-half goal in the 63rd minute off an assist from Edwards.


Dawson County (11-4) advances to face the Stephens County/Sandy Creek winner in the second round of the Class 3A state tournament next Tuesday.


Adairsville finished the year with a 13-4 mark.



CHATTAHOOCHEE 7, CARTERSVILLE GIRLS 1


The Cartersville girls' soccer team trailed 4-1 by halftime and fell to visiting Chattahoochee 7-1 Tuesday night in a Class 5A state playoff first-round match.


The Cougars (10-4-1) advance to play at Jefferson in the second round next Tuesday night.


The Lady Canes completed their season with a 9-7 record.

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