Tuesday Prep Soccer Roundup

Tuesday, March 13, 2018


The Lookout Valley boys soccer team won their first match of the season at Marion County 5-2.  Devan Patel scored 3 goals all in the first half.  Bill Nguyen also scored two goals in the first half, giving Lookout Valley a 5-1 lead.   Marion County scored one each half. Lookout Valley is now 1-0 overall, 1-0 and district 5A and will host Tellico Plains on Thursday. 


Baylor hosted Calhoun in the first soccer match of the season and won 2-1. Both teams traded penalty kicks in the first half with Baylor's Eemeli Makela scoring in the fourth minute and Calhoun's Daniel Isep scoring in the 13th minute.   At the 77th minute, Eemeli Makela (Baylor) scored off another penalty kick to give the Red Raiders the win.  

"Coach Rice does a great job with Calhoun," Baylor's Curtis Blair said "They are very well organized and it was a great first test for our guys. We had moments when we played really good soccer and moments that we must fix before the Baylor Tournament this weekend." 


East Ridge took a 4-0 lead the half Tuesday night against East Hamilton and went on to win 7-1.  Adam Adem, Rijad Kazic and Erik Lopez each had two goals for East Ridge.  Jaime Aguilar also had a goal.   East Hamilton's goal was scored by Brandon White.   Kazic also had two saves.  East Ridge is now 2-0 on the season.  They beat CCS 3-1 on Monday night in their season opener.  They play in the Soddy Daisy Tournament on Friday and Saturday.  



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