Dalton State Soccer Teams Win Over Brewton-Parker

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Dalton State men's soccer team concluded the regular season with a 2-0 victory over Brewton-Parker (Ga.) in Southern States Athletic Conference action in Mount Vernon on Tuesday.
 
After a scoreless first half, Amin Saheb Ettabaa connected for his sixth goal of the season in the 46' to give the Roadrunners the lead.  Noah Thomas finished off scoring in the 53' when he went in unassisted to give the Birds a two-score lead.
 
Dalton State (Ga.) improves to (13-4-1 overall, 5-3 SSAC) with the win, while Brewton-Parker (Ga.) falls to (7-9-1 overall, 2-6 SSAC) with the loss. Thomas and Saheb Ettabaa each tallied goal number six on the year in the win. Aaron Fraire produced another clean sheet with his seventh shutout of the season. The Birds held a decisive advantage in shots at 16-1 and in shots on goal at 9-0.
 
The Roadrunners will host an SSAC Quarterfinal match on Saturday, Nov. 9 when they welcome (RV) Martin Methodist (Tenn.) back to town. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. at Lakeshore Park Soccer Complex

The Dalton State Women's Soccer team concluded the regular season with a 1-0 road defeat to Brewton-Parker (Ga.) in Mount Vernon on Tuesday afternoon.
 
Kadisha Martina for the Lady Barons received a ball from Mackenzie Stewart and put the game winning goal home in the 85'.
 
Dalton State (Ga.) falls to (6-10 overall, 2-6 SSAC) with the loss, while Brewton-Parker (Ga.) improves to (6-11-1 overall, 1-5-1 SSAC) with the win. Cynthia Coronel and Keyle Snyder tied for the team lead in shots on goal with three each. Alyssa Bilbrey and Sarah Chamale both recorded two, while Mattie Dollar notched three saves and gave up only one goal.
 
Kadisha Martina was the only source of offense for the Lady Barons taking three of the four shots on goal and recording the only goal of the match. Mackenzie Stewart notched the assist on the scoring play. Maygen La played an incredible match in goal with 10 saves and a clean sheet.
 
The Lady Roadrunners will be the #6-seed in the SSAC Tournament and will travel to Bethel (Tenn.) for a quarterfinal matchup.


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