Woodland, Adairsville tie 1-1; Lady Canes fall at North Paulding
It was a difficult weather night for all teams in action but the evening saw the Woodland and Adairsville girls play to a 1-1 draw while the Cartersville girls dropped a 3-0 decision at North Paulding.
WOODLAND GIRLS 1, ADAIRSVILLE 1 The Woodland and Adairsville girls played to a 1-1 tie Wednesday night during rainy conditions with both goals coming in the second half. Tiera Feanny scored for Woodland in the first four minutes of the second half to break a 0-0 tie. Adairsville (6-0-1) answered with a tying goal with approximately 15 minutes remaining.
The Lady Tigers return to Region 6-AAA play next week and hosts Coahulla Creek on Tuesday.
Woodland (0-2-1) plays at Cass Friday.
WOODLAND BOYS 5, ADAIRSVILLE 1 The Woodland boys pulled away from Adairsville for a 5-1 win in non-region play Wednesday night at Wildcat Stadium.
Woodland led 2-1 at halftime before outscoring the visitors 3-0 in the second half.
NORTH PAULDING 3, CARTERSVILLE GIRLS 0
In a game that was moved to North Paulding and the Wolfpack's sports turf playing surface due to recent rains, North Paulding posted a trio of second half goals to defeat the Lady Canes Wednesday night, 3-0. Cartersville head coach Chad Murray described the opening goal for the Wolfpack as a pinball play from a corner kick. He added that the second and third goals for North Paulding were the result of his Lady Canes’ defensive mistakes. “We haven’t been able to get on a field and practice due to the recent rains,” said a frustrated Murray Wednesday night. “Our touch was off and our passes looked like we haven’t played in a while because we haven’t been able to get on a field. I’m proud of the girls and their effort. We just need some practice time.”