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Sunday, August 14, 2011
By Robert Naddra

School is back in session across the state, which means the fall athletic season will soon be in full swing. PrepCountry would like our viewers to help us expand our coverage so we can provide news and updates on as many schools as possible. Students, assistant coaches, parents or fans interested in being a »

Girls soccer: Mount Pisgah wins first-ever playoff game

Friday, April 29, 2011
By Correspondent

By Daryl Brooks The Mount Pisgah Christian School girl’s soccer team won their opening game in the Class A state playoffs Thursday, 3-0 over Treutlen High School. The freshman trio of Erin Lutz, Sydney Mason and Allie McHugh all scored for the Patriots. “It is tremendously exciting to have advanced into the sweet 16 round,” said... »

Girls soccer: Harrison, Walton 1-2 again in poll

Wednesday, April 27, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Harrison and Walton again hold down the top two spots in the girls soccer all-classification Soccer Coaches Poll for the week of April 25. But there was plenty of movement throughout the rest of the poll as the regular season comes to an end. McIntosh jumps from No. 6 to No. 3 while Brookwood improves... »

Boys soccer: Top five stay put in all-class poll

Tuesday, April 26, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Lassiter remains the No. 1 team in the state in the boys soccer all-class Soccer Coaches Poll for the week of April 25. The top five teams stay the same from last week as Collins Hill, St. Pius, Lambert and Berkmar follow the Trojans. Marist, the No. 1 seed from Region 6 in the Class... »

Girls soccer: Cobb teams keep grip on top 2 spots

Tuesday, April 19, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Harrison remained No. 1 and Walton stayed at No. 2 this week in the latest girls all-classification Soccer Coaches Poll. The next three spots also are unchanged from a week ago as Whitewater, St. Pius and Milton round out the top five. Collins Hill climbed from No. 14 to No. 10 while Marist also improved... »

Boys soccer: Lassiter keeps lead in all-class poll

Monday, April 18, 2011
By Robert Naddra

The top four teams remained unchanged this week in the boys all-classification Soccer Coaches Poll. Lassiter maintained the No. 1 spot, although its lead over No. 2 Collins Hill was trimmed to five points. St. Pius was No. 3 again and Lambert was No. 4, although the Golden Lions increased their lead over the... »

Soccer: A day in the life of the Holy Innocents’ girls team

Tuesday, April 12, 2011
By Correspondent

By Dunn Neugebauer It’s 8:45 a.m. Do you know where the girls’ soccer team is? There they come; Keller Donnell and Bailey McBride are the first two. They walk like book-ends – t-shirts on, soccer shorts, bags strung over their shoulders. They deposit the bags on the ground somewhere in the general direction of their... »

Soccer: Top 3 teams unchanged in girls all-class poll

Monday, April 11, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Harrison, Walton and Whitewater claim the top three spots for the second week in a row in the girls all-classification Soccer Coaches Poll for the week of April 9. Whitewater gained five points this week, narrowing the gap between third and second to one point. No new teams were able to crack the poll this... »

Soccer: Lead narrows for Harrison girls in all-class poll

Tuesday, April 5, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Harrison’s lead in the all-classification girls Soccer Coaches Poll shrunk from 17 points last week to seven points this week. Walton narrowed the gap at No. 2 and Whitewater again claimed the third spot in the 15-team poll. McIntosh is one of two teams in the poll who were not ranked last week. The Chiefs... »

Soccer: Top two teams stay put in all-class boys poll

Tuesday, April 5, 2011
By Robert Naddra

Lassiter and Collins Hill remained No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in this week’s all-classification boys Soccer Coaches Poll. Only four points separate the top three teams as Lassiter outpointed Collins Hill 58-54, with No. 3 Marist garnering 53 points. The War Eagles moved up from fifth. Last week’s No. 3, Chattahoochee, dropped to No.... »