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Middle School Girls Soccer


Record: 4-0
League Record: 4-0

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Game Recaps

Bob Lord Field
Win 8-2

Lady Paladins Defeat King’s Ridge, Extend Win Streak to 4

The Fellowship Christian School middle school girls soccer team’s win streak has reached four matches.

On March 12, the Lady Paladins posted an 8-2 victory over King’s Ridge Christian School at Bob Lord Field.

With the win, the Lady Paladins are now 4-0.

Saint Francis Middle School
Win 6-0

Lady Paladins Down Lady Knights

The Fellowship Christian School middle school girls soccer team registered a 6-0 win over Saint Francis at Bob Lord Field on March 9.

It was a Metro 10 League match.

The halftime score was 4-0.

The Lady Paladins improved to 3-0 overall with the win.

Pinecrest Academy
Win 10-0

Lady Paladins Blank Pincrest; Improve to 2-0

The Fellowship Christian School middle school girls soccer team posted a shutout victory on the road in its second game of the season.

In a Metro 10 League contest, the Lady Paladins posted a 10-0 win at Pinecrest Academy in Cumming on March 2.

With the victory, Fellowship improved to 2-0 overall.

Lily Kate Elphick and Ally Hardin netted three goals apiece for Fellowship. Rachel Williamson booted home two goals, while Avery Paulson and Ari Pappas added one goal each.

Elphick and Paulson registered three assists each. Williamson finished with two assists, while Hardin added one.

Goalkeeper Alden Hays recorded one save, which came in the second half.

Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
Win 6-1

Lady Paladins Beat Mount Vernon, 6-1

The Fellowship Christian School middle school girls soccer team began the season with a victory.

The Lady Paladins posted a 6-1 victory over Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Sandy Springs. It was a Metro 10 League contest.

Ally Hardin, Avery Paulson and Rachel Williamson scored two goals apiece.

Goalkeeper Alden Hays recorded two saves. Mount Vernon managed to score with about one minute left in the game.

“They played beautifully as one solid team, and really worked the ball well through the field together,” head coach Holly Quinn said. “It was a great way to come out and display solid teamwork from the start of the season … a job well done by our team.”

Team Schedule

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Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
Away
Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
Win 6-1