Top Seeds Advance In District 6-A/AA Girls Soccer

CSAS, East Ridge, Hixson Winners In Saturday Quarterfinals

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Top seeds hosted quarterfinal soccer games Saturday in District 6-A/AA girls soccer.

Top seeded East Hamilton recieved a bye to the semifinal game which will be played at East Hamilton on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

CSAS beat Central 6-0 and East Ridge beat Red Bank 5-1 on Saturday.  Hixson beat Tyner 4-2 in the late afternoon game.

CSAS will play East Ridge at Camp Jordan on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the semifinals.

Hixson won their quarterfinal match 4-2 over Tyner.  Elizabeth Miller had two goals in the win.

  Samantha Green and Emily Gilreath also scored.  Bailey Payne, Haley Couch and Kaley Swann has asissts.

East Hamilton will host Hixson on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Scoring for CSAS on Saturday were Shelby Keith, Hannah Heatherly, Makalah Elsea, Shelby Cornelius, Ahsley McGee and Maggie Fraser. 

In East Ridge's win over Red Bank the Lady Pioneers led 3-0 at the half before scoring two more in the second half for the 5-1 win.

Taylor Radcliffe and Sage Vandergriff scored two goals each for East Ridge.  Kayla Deck also scored for the Lady Pioneers.  Alaire Gage had the lone Red Bank goal. 

Vandergriff also had two assists.  Kelby Fryar, Kaity Barnes and Abby Sweatman each had an assist. 

District 6-A/AA Tournament:

SATURDAY

Tyner at Hixson 3 p.m.

CSAS 6

Central 0

East Ridge 5

Red Bank 1

TUESDAY

CSAS vs East Ridge at Camp Jordan 7 p.m.

Tyner/Hixson winner at East Hamilton 5 p.m.

THURSDAY

Championship at East Hamilton 5 p.m.


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