First-round pairings for state tournament

11:48 pm Apr. 26, 2015

Here are the first-round pairings for the girls soccer state tournament.

Games are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday in AAAAAA, AAAAA and AAAA and for Thursday in AAA, AA and A, but check with the schools for specific dates and times.

For a look at the complete brackets, go to the Georgia High School Association’s Web site by clicking here.

Class AAAAAA

(R6 #3) South Forsyth at (R5 #2) Walton

(R4 #4) Marietta at (R3 #1)

Friday night baseball, soccer and lacrosse scores

8:40 pm Apr. 24, 2015

High School Scores

Baseball

Alexander 8, New Manchester 1

Allatoona 8, Villa Rica 0

Banks County 5, West Hall 2

Bowdon 8, Heard County 3

Calhoun 5, Adairsville 3

Callaway 9, Carrollton 6

Calvary Day 3, Savannah Christian 0

Cartersville 7, Marist 6

Cass 2, Riverwood 1

Centrall-Carrollton 5, Haralson County 4

Crawford County 6, Bleckley County 1

Creekview 3, Forsyth Central 1

Dawson County 3, Lumpkin County 2

East Coweta 2, Wayne County 0

Etowah 6, Roswell 5

Franklin County 16, Fannin County 1

Gainesville 16, Apalachee

Central Gwinnett completes region sweep | Boys Soccer Brackets

10:06 am Apr. 24, 2015

Central Gwinnett completed a perfect 8-0 run in challenging Region 8-AAAAAA with a 7-1 win over South Gwinnett on Wednesday. It’s the first region title at the AAAAA level for coach Cory Morgan’s Black Knights.

Central Gwinnett will host Meadowcreek at 7 p.m., Wednesday in the first round of the state tournament.

The Black Knights (13-3) are 6-0 against teams ranked by the AJC in all classifications and are No. 6

Columbus could be a threat in Class AAAAA

9:00 am Apr. 22, 2015

No team from outside of metro Atlanta has won a girls soccer state title in any classification other than the state’s smallest since the GHSA began holding championships in 1992.

Columbus of Class AAAAA is showing it might be a threat to change that this season.

The Blue Devils, who entered the week ranked No. 4, cruised to the 1-AAAAA title, outscoring their opponents 45-1 in six region games. But Columbus (12-1-1

Tuesday baseball, lacrosse and soccer scores

8:45 pm Apr. 21, 2015

High School Scores

Baseball

Athens Academy 4, Prince Avenue 2

Central-Carroll 13, Rockmart 3

Darlington 6, Coosa 0

Evans 12, Jones County 2

Grayson 8, Central Gwinnett 0

Heard County 17, Bowdon 5

LaGrange 10, Hardaway 6

Lambert 11, Centennial 1

Lumpkin County 11, East Hall 6

McIntosh 10, Forest Park 0

Oconee County 12, East Jackson 4

Paideia 14, Galloway 2

Parkview 5, Archer 3

Temple 9, Chattahoochee

Saturday baseball, lacrosse and soccer scores

8:35 pm Apr. 18, 2015

High School Scores

Baseball

Benedictine 3, Jeff Davis 1

Calhoun 4, Coahulla Creek 3

Parkview 7, Grayson 4

Sequoyah 9, Cass 7

Lacrosse

Boys

Centennial 21, Montgomery Bell Academy (TN) 4

Lambert 11, McCallie School (TN) 6

Pope 11, Alpharetta 8

Roswell 13, Memphis University School (TN) 9

South Forsyth 17, Dunwoody 1

Girls

Kell 14, Houston (TN) 8

North Forsyth 12, Sequoyah 9

South Forsyth 18, Mountain View

Friday baseball, soccer and lacrosse scores

8:41 pm Apr. 17, 2015

High School Scores

Baseball

Valdosta 5, Lee County 0

Worth County 6, Thomas County Central 0

Lacrosse

Boys

Campbell 21, North Cobb 20

Decatur 6, Marist 4

Etowah 7, Walton 5

Grady 14, Martin Luther King 3

Greater Atlanta Christian 13, Forsyth Central 0

McCallie School (Tenn.) 15, Centennial 13

Memphis University School (Tenn.) 18, Milton 11

Montgomery Bell Academy (Tenn.) 9, Cambridge 7

St. Pius 8, Benedictine 6

Girls

Harrison 19, North Paulding 3

McIntosh 9, St. Pius 7

North Gwinnett 21, Duluth 4

Soccer

Boys

Allatoona 3, North Paulding

Lambert stays hot after trip to England

10:00 am Apr. 17, 2015

The Lambert girls soccer team (14-2, 7-1, ranked No. 9 in Class AAAAAA) returned to action after spring break with a 5-0 victory Tuesday against Habersham Central to move within one victory of securing the top spot in Region 6-AAAAAA. Briarly Beauchamp scored two goals to lead the Longhorns.

During the break, several members of the team went on a tour to England, picking up 4-1 and 7-0 victories against local

Fellowship Christian captures Area 6 title

11:50 pm Apr. 15, 2015

The Fellowship Christian School girls soccer team reached the state semifinals in Class A last year and appears poised for another postseason run this season.

The top-ranked Paladins improved to 11-0-1 overall and secured the Area 6 championship Tuesday with a 10-0 victory against Mount Pisgah. It was the 10th consecutive victory for Fellowship since a 1-1 tie against Class AA No. 6 Holy Innocents’ on Feb. 27.

“I inherited a very