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Trivia
Question: 
How many goals has Westminster allowed in its last three games?

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!

Tuesday's Answer:
The Jonesboro boys and St. Francis boys are the only teams that had two first-team All-State selections. 

BOYS SOCCER RANKINGS


 

Class AAAAAA


1. Chattahoochee

2. Campbell
3. Lambert
4. Duluth
5. Roswell
6. Brookwood
7. Harrison
8. Walton
9. Marietta
10. North Gwinnett


Class AAAAA


1. Dalton 

2. Greenbrier
3. Houston County
4. Gainesville 
5. Starr's Mill
6. Heritage-Conyers
7. Sequoyah
8. Riverwood
9. Glynn Academy
10. Columbus

Class AAAA

1. St. Pius

2. Woodward Academy
3. North Oconee
4. Whitewater
5. Jonesboro
6. LaGrange
7. Southeast Whitfield
8. North Oconee
9. Buford
10. Johnson


Class AAA


1. Calhoun
2. Westminster
3. West Hall
4. Jackson
5. Dawson  County
6. Blessed Trinity
7. Islands
8. East Hall
9. North Murray
10. Decatur

Class AA


1. Greater Atlanta Christian 

2. Pace Academy
3. Thomasville
4. Riverside Military
5. Lovett
6. Holy Innocents'
7. Benedictine
8. Bremen
9. Union County
10. Wesleyan


Class A


1. Stratford Academy
2. Atlanta International School
3. Savannah Christian
4. Paideia
5. Fellowship Christian
6. Athens Academy
7. Mount Paran
8. St. Anne Pacelli
9. Savannah Country Day
10. Aquinas

GIRLS SOCCER RANKINGS


 


Class AAAAAA


1. Harrison
2. Lassiter
3. Walton
4. East Coweta
5. Grayson
6. Lambert
7. Parkview
8. South Forsyth
9. Pope

10. Collins Hill


 

Class AAAAA


1. McIntosh
2. Columbus
3. Northgate
4. Starr's Mill
5. Gainesville
6. Alexander
7. Greenbrier
8. River Ridge
9. Rome
10. Richmond Hill


Class AAAA


1. Marist
2. St. Pius
3. Woodward Academy
4. Veterans
5. Buford
6. Spalding
7. Whitewater
8. Mary Persons
9. Pike County

10. Locust Grove


Class AAA

1. Westminster
2. Blessed Trinity
3. Dawson County
4. Lumpkin County
5. Calhoun
6. Adairsville
7. Decatur
8. Savannah Arts
9. Oconee County
10. Ringgold


Class AA


1. Greater Atlanta Christian
2. Lovett
3. Wesleyan
4. St. Vincent's
5. East Laurens
6. Holy Innocents'
7. Pace Academy
8. Bremen
9. Fitzgerald

10. Lamar County


 

Class A


1. Fellowship Christian
2. Athens Academy
3. Savannah Christian
4. Atlanta International School
5. First Presbyterian Day
6. Paideia
7. Aquinas
8. Stratford Academy
9. Savannah Country Day

10. Walker


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Wednesday, April 1, 2015



SOCCER NOTEBOOK
By Ricky Dimon

Westminster boys make region statement

The Westminster boys beat Region 4-AAA rival Blessed Trinity twice in the span of seven days from last Wednesday to this Tuesday. Westminster made easy work of the host Titans via a 5-1 scoreline before enduring a much tougher test this week. The Wildcats, playing with home-field advantage, broke a scoreless tie when John Sanders found the back of the net with fewer than three minutes remaining en route to a 1-0 victory.
                  

With the shutout, Westminster's defensive prowess continued. The Wildcats have allowed only one goal in their last three games, all victories. In response to some early-season defensive lapses, head coach Scott Snyder made a move by sending senior midfielder Trey Blasingame back to a defensive position. It has paid off handsomely so far, and it has paid off with a regular-season region title-which Westminster clinched after getting the best of the Titans on Tuesday.
                  

In the girls' game, though, Blessed Trinity avenged last Week's loss to the Wildcats by winning a defensive battle 1-0. The Titans will go up against Alpharetta on Thursday, while Westminster can rest until a tough upcoming week pits the team against Marist and Columbus.
                  

Another Tuesday night region showdown saw the Milton boys take on Lassiter in 5-AAAAAA. Despite trailing 1-0, Milton recovered for a 2-1 road victory to clinch the regular-season region championship. Brandon Deck scored an equalizing goal for the Eagles before Ameen El-Shami notched the game-winner. Lassiter's girls, however, prevailed 1-0 over Milton to split the pair of meetings between the two schools.
                  

Both the Lassiter and Milton girls are looking up at Harrison in the pecking order of the state's highest classification. In fact, so is every team in the nation-at least according to the first rankings of the 2014-15 campaign issued by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Harrison, the defending state champion, is ranked No. 1 in that national poll. The Hoyas are undefeated and currently riding a streak of eight consecutive shutouts. Other in-state girls' teams registering in the top 20 are Marist (fifth), Northgate (12th) and Westminster (17th).  


SEE LEFT PANEL FOR RANKINGS


COACHING NEWS

Lecoeurve named Archer boys basketball coach

Archer Athletic Director Tim Watkins

Photo by Ty Freeman

stepped down from his role as the Tigers' boys basketball coach on Tuesday. 

 

"It's gotten to the point where I can't do everything as a father, a husband, an A.D., a basketball coach that I need to do to be fair to everyone," Watkins told the Gwinnett Daily Post. "It's hard to do it all and be great at everything. I'm not going to cheat the program or my family. ... I love the kids. I love the program. It's just that I'm wearing too many hats."


 

After serving six seasons as head coach, Watkins will pass the torch to assistant coach Joel Lecoeuvre, who will be promoted and will take over the program. 

 




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