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How many goals have the Marist girls outscored their last five opponents by?

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Tuesday's Answer:
Eagle's Landing Christian handed Tattnall Square its first loss of the season on Friday.





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

10. Harrison


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

Class AAAA
1. St. Pius X
2. Woodward Academy
3. North Oconee
4. Whitewater
5. Jonesboro
6. LaGrange
7. North Oconee
8. Johnson
9. Southeast Whitfield

10. Buford

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. Benedictine
6. Holy Innocents'
7. Wesleyan
8. Lovett
9. Union County

10. Long County

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


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


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

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


Class AAA
1. Westminster
2. Blessed Trinity
3. Dawson County
4. Lumpkin County
5. Adairsville
6. Calhoun
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. Atlanta International School
3. First Presbyterian Day
4. Paideia
5. Athens Academy
6. Aquinas
7. Savannah Christian
8. Stratford Academy
9. Walker
10. Hebron Christian Academy


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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

By Ricky Dimon

Marist girls remain undefeated

The Marist girls have not lost a game since 2012 and they are showing no signs of doing so in the near future. They have posted four shutouts in their last five games and have outscored opponents 36-1 in those five. The War Eagles are coming off victories last week
Photo by Richard Craine
over Chamblee (2-0) and Redan (10-0). Marist's perfection, however, will be put to a serious test at Westminster on Wednesday. Westminster had its winning streak snapped last week in a 1-0 home loss to Blessed Trinity. The tilt against Marist continues a brutal closing stretch for the Wildcats, who will also take on Columbus, Lovett and Greater Atlanta Christian prior to the end of the regular season.


As for the Marist boys, they took care of Redan (10-0) and Woodward Academy (3-1) last week. The War Eagles have dates this week with Southeast Whitfield and Parkview.


A convincing comeback was staged last Thursday when the Providence Christian girls prevailed 6-2 at Towns County. The Storm trailed 2-0 only to score six unanswered goals and even their 2015 record at 6-6. Ashlee Thompson found the back of the net three times against Towns County, while Anna Bougas scored twice and Sydney Hendricks added one goal.


In a Region 8-AAAAAA boys' showdown last Thursday, Parkview shut out Grayson 2-0 on goals by Louis Gratz and Andrei Bajura. The Rams were unable to get anything past Parkview goalkeeper Austin Lu. Following their contest against Marist on Friday, the Panthers will face Centennial on Saturday.


The Roswell boys will look to wrap up the No. 1 seed out of Region 5-AAAAAA when they return from spring break next week to face Wheeler and Woodstock. The Hornets have engineered a remarkable turnaround this season, with an 11-2 record in the immediate aftermath of a 4-13-1 mark during the 2014 campaign. Their high-powered offensive attack has produced at least three goals in 10 consecutive games. Roswell is led by captains Cal Jennings and Arturo Hernandez in addition to sophomore goalie Jose Isidoro.







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