Canes earn shutout; Adairsville takes 3rd region win
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Both the Cartersville boys and the Adairsville girls waited for the rains to dissipate before winning their respective soccer matches Tuesday.

The Lady Tigers were first up as they defeated visiting Sonoraville, 4-1, in a game that started at 4 p.m. Four hours later the Canes began their assault against Ringgold that culminated in a 3-0 victory at home.

Cartersville 3, Ringgold 0

Against the Ringgold Tigers, Cartersville led 2-0 after the first half on goals by Matthew Bryson (13th minute) and Daniel Keeney (25th minute).

In the second half, the Canes’ Axel Richter scored an insurance goal at the 60th minute of play.

With its Region 5-AAA win, Cartersville improved to 4-1-1 overall; 3-0 in the region.

For the Canes, it is their third shutout of the season. Completely shutting down Ringgold were goalies Wil Jackson and Rigo Reyes.

Jackson was in goal the entire first half with Reyes in goal in the second half.

Next up for coach D.J. Paradis and his Canes’ soccer team is Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe, which travels south for an 8 p.m. start Friday.

In girls action Tuesday, the Lady Canes lost to Ringgold, 1-0.

Lady Tigers 4, Sonoraville 1

Ever since Adairsville lost big to Sonoraville last season, the Lady Tigers have had this year’s soccer match against the Phoenix circled on the calendar for nearly an entire year.

“They [the Phoenix] beat us pretty bad last year,” Adairsville coach David Sexauer said. “A year later, this turned out to be a soccer match that you wanted to win no matter what time of the season you played them.”

Playing on a home field dotted with small puddles of water, Adairsville waited until the 27th minute of the first half to break a scoreless tie.

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