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Local college scoreboard: Oct. 10
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Mouhamed Bechir scored both goals for Young Harris College in a 2-1 win over Milligan College on Wednesday in Young Harris.

The Mountain Lions led Milligan in the shot count at 17-9, including a 10-2 advantage in the second half. Dan Ball tallied eight saves in net for the Buffaloes, while Jordan Bradshaw had five for Young Harris.

The Mountain Lions, who are ranked No. 7 in the latest NSCAA Division II Southeast Region poll, improved to 10-2-1 on the season.

Young Harris plays host to Georgia Southwestern State University on Saturday in Young Harris.

PIEDMONT COLLEGE 1, BERRY 0 (TUESDAY): Dilyn MacLean scored the only goal for Piedmont College as the women’s soccer team took a 1-0 victory over Berry College on Tuesday in Demorest.

Marjorie Hammond and Michaela Gardner each played 45 minutes between the posts to secure the shutout. Hammond turned away five Viking shots, while Gardner rejected the only shot on goal she saw.

Piedmont travels to North Carolina Wesleyan College on Saturday in Rocky Mount, N.C.

GEORGIA GWINNETT 2, YOUNG HARRIS 1 (TUESDAY): Mackenzie Bailey scored twice to lead the Georgia Gwinnett College women’s soccer team to a 2-1 win over Young Harris College on Tuesday in Lawrenceville.

Mika Lopes scored the lone goal for Young Harris.

Young Harris held an 18-16 advantage in shots, while Young Harris’s Yustin Nambo and Georgia Gwinnett’s Mo Gutierrez each recorded six saves.

Volleyball

The Piedmont College volleyball team defeated Covenant College 19-25, 27-25, 25-19, 25-22 on Tuesday in Lookout Mountain.

Kaitlin Norman tallied 13 kills, and Jennifer Opper had 10. Katheryn Knarr added 18 digs, and Xandy Green recorded 16. Paige Eslinger contributed 32 digs.

Piedmont College (16-6) travels to Fayetteville, N.C., to take on Methodist University and Greensboro College on Saturday in Fayetteville.

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