THOMASVILLE — The Deerfield boys and girls soccer teams stayed red-hot Tuesday with a pair of wins against Brookwood as the Lady Knights rolled, 10-1, while the Knights eked out a 2-1 victory.
Maggie Green, Casey Kincheloe and Haley Kincheloe all scored one goal in the rout, while Bailey Weed added two and Candace Cosby and Mackenzie Davis each led DWS with three.
The boys’ goals were scored by Jonathan Jones and Andrew Sullivan as the wins now set up a huge game Thursday at Deerfield for first place in Region 3-AAA with Sherwood, which is off to an equally great start. The boys are unbeaten and the SCA girls have one loss, while DWS’ wins Tuesday pushed the girls’ record to 7-1-1 and the boys’ to 7-2.
LEE GIRLS, BOYS SOCCER SPLITS WITH TCC: The Lady Trojans (6-4, 2-0 in 1-AAAA) routed TCC on Tuesday, 5-1, while the boys lost, 2-1.
Kristi Sheridan, Ivy Booker and Nicole Polk all scored once, while Carsen Ray led with two goals.
Hunter Johnson scored both of the boys’ goals in the loss, which dropped the Trojans to 1-1 in region.
SHERWOOD BOYS SOCCER 3, TATTNALL SQUARE 0: SCA got two goals from Aaron Anthony and another from T.J. Clay to improve to 11-0-1 as goalkeeper Keion Steward posted another shutout. Sherwood faces rival Deerfield-Windsor at 5 p.m. on Thursday.
DWS tops SCA; Eagles’ Hanson wins medalist
ALBANY — Sherwood’s golf program, which had been off to a torrid start to the season, hit a speed bump Tuesday against rival Deerfield in a head-to-head match at Stonebridge.
But it was by no fault of Eagles (5-3) eighth-grade star Tyler Hanson.
Hanson won low medalist honors in his eighth try in as many matches with a scorching 76, but the rest of his team’s scores hampered the Eagles in a 348-347 loss to the Knights.
The rest of Sherwood’s scores hurt its chances for a win as Walt Matthews fired an 83, Tyler George shot 85 and Lakese Brown’s 104 was the final score that was counted.
DWS (4-1), meanwhile, was steady as John Leach (85), Hunter Brooks (87), Charlie Ellis (87) and Ethan Shellhaas (88) led the way.
GSW finishes 11th at Bobcat Invitational
EATONTON — Playing in a tournament that Georgia Southwestern coach Andrew Danna called “as competitive as nationals,” the Hurricanes shot a final-round 288 Tuesday in the Bobcat Invitational to finish 11th out of 17 teams.
The Hurricanes, who are ranked No. 5 in the Division II coaches poll, began the day in 14th place but climbed past conference foes Columbus State, Carson-Newman and South Carolina-Aiken.
Chris Hall shot a 3-over 73 to finish tied for 16th at 2-over, while Craig Gibson fired a tournament-low 65 to a tie for 31st place.
Travis Oeastmann finished at 9-over, Leesburg native Nate Gahman at 10-over and J.P. Griffin at 19-over.
The Hurricanes will next play in the Bearcat Classic next week.