Prep Roundup: Woodstock takes win over Creekview
by Tribune staff reports
February 26, 2014 04:00 AM | 1557 views | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Tied at 1-all through four innings, Woodstock broke ahead with a two-run fifth inning and went on to beat Creekview 5-3 on Tuesday.

Tanner Thompson and Tyler Shield each had a pair of RBIs for Woodstock (5-1), while Will Long also drove in a run.

Thompson also got the win from the mound, lasting 6 1/3 innings before being relieved by Jonathan Meuse, who recorded the same.

Max Holton was 3-for-3 for Creekview, while Avery Smith had two RBIs.

Woodstock will make the short trip to River Ridge on Friday. Creekview will face archrival Sequoyah on Saturday in a game at Kennesaw State’s Stillwell Stadium.


Etowah 5, Cherokee 0:
The Lady Eagles opened the season with a shutout, beating their county rival in a Region 5AAAAAA match.

The Lady Eagles (1-0, 1-0) didn’t drop a set, with Hannah Ayers, Nikki Gilner and Michaela LaDuca sweeping the singles matches.

Sam Kaczaral and Madeline Gilner won one doubles match, with Jordan Day and Sydney DiMilia winning the other.

Etowah will host another county rival today, facing Creekview.


Sequoyah wins pair:
Jonathan Guy assisted on goals by Cole Heard and Diego Ruiz as the Chiefs defeated Paulding County 2-0 over the weekend.

Ethan Riggle had six saves in the game.

On Monday, Sequoyah followed with another win, defeating Wheeler 1-0. Jorden Kirkland scored the lone goal on an assist by Victor Rivera. Riggle made eight saves.

Sequoyah is now 2-1, with its only loss coming against River Ridge in its season opener.

Late Saturday

River Ridge 1, Creekview 1:
The Knights struck first and carried a 1-0 lead into the second half, but Miguel Sanchez scored for the Grizzlies to tie it up with 10 minutes remaining.

Creekview’s Ben McClellan was taken down in the box and took a penalty kick with 17 seconds remaining, but his shot struck the crossbar and the game ended in a tie.

Alejandro Delgado and Brian Dunn played solid defense for Creekview, while goalkeeper Sam Pellitier made a handful of saves.

Creekview will open its Region 7AAAAA schedule Friday against Riverwood.
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