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2016 Final Boys Soccer Rankings

3:15 pm May. 17, 2016

Austin Lu came up huge in Parkview’s Class AAAAAA championship victory over Milton in PKs. The senior allowed one goal in the shootout as the Panthers took it 4-1. Lu also stifled Chattahoochee in the semis in a 2-0 shutout. The Cougars had entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the entire nation.

It should come to no surprise that Riverwood hoisted the trophy in Class AAAAA. Wins over

Class AAAAA boys state soccer championship: Riverwood 2, Northgate 0

9:58 pm May. 14, 2016

MACON – From the first day of school, the goal was simple for the Riverwood Raiders – win a state championship.

Mission accomplished.

Riverwood’s Kai Bennett and Francisco Hernandez had goals, and the Raiders recorded their 11th shutout of the season with a 2-0 win over Northgate in the Class AAAAA boys state championship game at Mercer University’s Anderson Field.

It’s the second state championship for the Riverwood program and first since 2002.

Class AAAAA girls state soccer championship: McIntosh 4, Columbus 0

7:17 pm May. 14, 2016

MACON — McIntosh coach Marcia Clark said she had a special feel about this squad since after the first practice of the season. She was right.

Caroline Laux had a hat trick and Taylor Malasek added a goal, leading McIntosh to its 10th state championship with a 4-0 win over Columbus on Saturday in the Class AAAAA girls state soccer championship at Mercer University’s Anderson Field.

“I knew that the spirit of

Girls soccer state playoff schedule/scores

6:13 pm May. 14, 2016

GIRLS SOCCER

State Championships at Mercer University

Thursday, May 12

Class AAA

R4 #1 Westminster 4, R4 #3 Blessed Trinity 0

Class A

A6 #1 Fellowship Christian 3, A5 #1 Atlanta International 0

Friday, May 13

Class AA

R6 #4 Lovett 2, R2 #1 St. Vincent’s 0

Class AAAAAA

R5 #1 Lassiter 2, R6 #1 West Forsyth 1

Saturday, May 14

Class AAAA

R6 #2 St. Pius 2, R6 #1 Marist 0

Class AAAAA

R4 #2 McIntosh 4, R1 #1 Columbus 0

Semifinals

Wednesday, May 11

R1 #1 Columbus 3, R4

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Boys soccer state playoff schedule/scores

6:12 pm May. 14, 2016

BOYS SOCCER

State Championships at Mercer University

Thursday, May 12

Class AAA

R4 #3 Decatur 3, R7 #1 East Hall 2

Class A

A5 #1 Paideia 4, A6 #1 Fellowship Christian 3

 

Friday, May 13

Class AA         

R6 #1 Wesleyan 4, R6 #2 Pace Academy 0

Class AAAAAA

R8 #2 Parkview 0 (4), R5 #1 Milton 0 (1)

 

Saturday, May 14

Class AAAA

R6 #4 St. Pius 3, R8 #1 Johnson-Gainesville 0

Class AAAAA

R7 #1 Riverwood 2, R4 #2 Northgate 0

 

SEMIFINALS

Tuesday, May 10

 

Class AAAAAA

R5 #1 Milton 1, R8 #1 Brookwood

Class AAAA boys state soccer championship: St. Pius 3, Johnson 0

4:14 pm May. 14, 2016

MACON — St. Pius got goals from Henry Penter and JR Cozine, both coming off nifty assists from Austin Fain, and benefitted from a red card that eliminated Johnson-Gaineville’s top weapon in a 3-0 win Saturday in the Class AAAA state championship at Mercer University’s Anderson Field.

Kyle McLaughlin added a late clincher, sealing the the fourth straight state championship for St. Pius and 12th in program history.

Johnson entered the match

Class AAAA girls state soccer championship: St. Pius 2, Marist 0

1:38 pm May. 14, 2016

St. Pius got two goals from Caroline Orman and key defensive plays in the second half from fullback Elizabeth Freeman and keeper Emory Wegener, fueling the Golden Lions’ 2-0 win over rival and top-ranked Marist on Saturday at Mercer University’s Anderson Field.

It’s the fourth straight state championship for the St. Pius girls and the program’s 10th overall. Coach Sara Schmitt has six of those state titles during her nine seasons.

Marist

Class AAAAAA boys soccer championship: Parkview 1, Milton 0 (PKs 4-1)

10:20 pm May. 13, 2016

MACON — Parkview’s Austin Lu stopped back-to-back penalty kicks, capping a huge performance for the senior keeper in a 1-0 win (4-1) over Milton on Friday in a thrilling Class AAAAAA state championship game at Mercer University’s Anderson Field.

Lu was brilliant during regulation and overtime.  Time after time, he came up with diving and leaping saves to stop quality shots by Milton. He was even better during penalty kicks, stoning