Middle School Boys Soccer
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Fellowship Extends Win Streak to 4 Games
The Fellowship Christian School middle school boys soccer team has extended its win streak to four matches.
The Paladins (4-0 overall) defeated King’s Ridge Christian School at Bob Lord Field on March 12.
The final score was 8-0 in favor of the Paladins.
Paladins Earn League Win over Saint Francis
The Fellowship Christian School middle school boys soccer team posted a 9-1 victory over Saint Francis at Bob Lord Field on March 9.
It was a Metro 10 League match.
The Paladins improved to 3-0 this season.
Milhollin Nets 3 Goals to Lead FCS Past Pinecrest, 3-1
Josh Milhollin’s hat trick led the Fellowship Christian School middle school boys soccer team to its second victory of the season.
Fellowship posted a 3-1 win over Pinecrest Academy in a Metro 10 League game played in Cumming on March 2.
With the win, FCS is now 2-0 overall.
The Paladins from FCS led 2-0 at the half, and added one more tally mid-way through the second half.
James Ashworth and Nathan Chapman earned assists in the contest.
“We really dominated play for most of the game, and played well enough to get 4-5 goals,” head coach Brad Welty said. “Our defense played really well and only gave up one late goal as we had moved some guys to different positions. Goalie Pierce Loescher played another great game.”
Paladins Open Season with Road Win
The Fellowship Christian School middle school boys soccer team opened its season on a winning note.
The Paladins posted a 4-0 victory over Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Sandy Springs on Feb. 27.
The Paladins are defending Metro 10 champions, and are looking towards a repeat.
“We have a lot of improvement we can make, but our goal is to get back to the finals and defend our championship,” head coach Brad Welty said. “It won’t be easy, but I feel we have the pieces to make a strong run at it. We just have to focus on getting better every day.”
The Paladins led 1-0 at half, and then added three more goals in the second half.
“Mount Vernon has a solid team and it was a well-earned win for the guys,” Welty said.