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The Gainesville boys soccer team defeated Class A/AA’s eight-ranked North Oconee 2-0 on Saturday.
Aiden Reisin scored the first goal for the Red Elephants (2-1) off an assist from Merley Valazquez and Adam Trotter.
A Carlos Sanchez pass found the feet of Gerado Damien who knocked it in for Gainesville’s second goal of the match.
Phillip Gaines earned the shutout for Gainesville with eight saves.
The Red Elephants next play host to Winder-Barrow at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Gainesville girls 1,
North Oconee 0
Raquel Castillo scored the lone goal for the Lady Red Elephants in their win Saturday.
Maggie Norton had the assist on the goal. Hong Tran’s 12-save performance earned her the shutout for Gainesville (2-1)
The Lady Red Elephants return to action at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday when they play host to Winder-Barrow.
Lady Spartans open season with wins
The West Hall girls soccer team began the season with wins against North Forsyth and Monroe Area.
Brittany Farmer and Tania Perez each had four goals over the course of the two games with Perez earning a hat trick in the win against Monroe Area.
Natalie Carrillo and Jessica Jaimes also scored goals for West Hall (2-0) in the wins.
The Lady Spartans return to action when they play host to Stephens County at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Rabun County girls 63, Dawson County 40
Rabun County held a 15-point lead at the end of the first quarter en route to a win Friday night at Rabun County High.
Jessi Phillips led eight Dawson County (3-19, 1-6 Region 8A-AA) scorers with 10 points and Morgan Bennett added nine.
Buford girls 68,
Cross Keys 22
Blanche Alverson scored a team-high 11 points as the Lady Wolves stayed perfect in region play.
Buford (24-1, 14-0 Region 6-AA) returns to action at 7 p.m. Tuesday against Cross Keys in the first round of the Region 6-AA tournament at Greater Atlanta Christian.
Buford boys 68,
Cross Keys 57
Zac Lynn led the Wolves with 17 points and Ty Holly added 12 to help Buford (7-16, 7-7 Region 6-AA) finish the regular season as winners of two straight.
The Wolves next play at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday against Westminster in the first round of the Region 6-AA tournament at Greater Atlanta Christian.