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Soccer roundup: Cass teams, Adairsville girls collect region shutout wins

The Cass High School soccer teams earned shutout wins at Hiram Tuesday night and the Adairsville girls also grabbed a shutout win at home over Ringgold.



The Cass girls soccer team blanked Hiram Tuesday night in a Region 7-AAAAA game in Paulding County.

Yecenia Hernandez and Rachael Lee split time in net with Lee making a penalty kick save in the final seconds of the game to preserve the shutout.

Eight different Lady Colonels scored a goal with Victoria Torres compiling three assists and Madison Shook contributing two assists on Cass goals.

Cass goals were scored by Shook, Leidi Toribio, Jaden Musacchio, Dayanara Solorzano, Rachel Ziemer, Val Vences, Hannah Komp, and Natalie Rogers. Musacchio and Dayanara Pineda added one assist each.

The Cass girls (5-7, 1-2) will host Blessed Trinity in another region game Friday at 5:30 p.m. and will entertain Adairsville in a non-region match next Tuesday.


The Colonels cruised to a 6-0 shutout at Hiram Tuesday night to pick up their second Region 7-AAAAA win of the season.

Kaleb Speights scored a goal and had one assist. Magno Moreno, Alex Cabanas, Isai Romero, Alfred Chege, and Pablo Varga each added a goal. Omar Garcia contributed an assist.

Cass (7-5, 2-1) hosts Blessed Trinity Friday night at 7:30 p.m.


The Adairsville Lady Tigers picked up another Region 6-AAA win and another shutout Tuesday night with a home 2-0 victory over Ringgold.

Following a Ringgold foul in the 28-foot box, Megan Hardin scored for Adairsville in the 39th minute on a well placed lower corner penalty kick. The boot gave Adairsville a 1-0 lead at the intermission. The locals added an insurance goal in the first five minutes of the second half when Taylor Rhoades found the net off an assist from Kaylee Jordan.

The two teams battled the rest of the way with Adairsville holding on for the two goal win. Adairsville coach David Sexauer recognized Mia Scott for her consistent work in this game at outside back. Jordan also received accolades for her intensity and great feeds through the opposing defense. “We struggled to control play in the first half,” said Sexauer. “We made some formation adjustments at halftime and matched up much better in the second half. We took better control of the middle of the field and that helped our strikers.”

The loss for Ringgold dropped them to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in Region 6-AAA.

Adairsville (10-1, 5-0) plays a non-region game next Tuesday at Cass.


Both teams struggled with ball control on the wet turf Tuesday night, but it was Calhoun who took a 1-0 halftime lead and went on to defeat the Woodland Lady Cats, 3-0. The Woodland girls (4-6-1, 1-2) step out of Region 7-AAAAA play Thursday at Darlington.


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