The Newnan Times-Herald


Trinity girls soccer stays unbeaten

  • By The Newnan Times-Herald
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  • Apr. 11, 2018 - 5:57 AM


Trinity Christian's girls soccer team maintained its undefeated record while returning from spring break with a resounding 12-0 victory on Monday at home over future GHSA Region 3-A rival Our Lady of Mercy.

The Lady Lions showed no rust in their first match since March 27, jumping out to a commanding 6-0 lead in the opening 22 minutes of play.

Seniors Chandler Hendrix and Abby Bragg each led the way with five early points. Hendrix scored four goals to go with an assist, while Bragg added a goal with four helpers.

Bragg posted gamehighs of six assists and seven points.

Cassidy Conrey also scored before halftime as Trinity went to the break with a commanding lead.

Conrey added a goal and an assist after the break, first feeding teammate Clare Mudge to start the second half.

Julia Lawson followed with consecutive tallies to push Trinity's lead to 10-0, the first off Bragg's fifth assist of the game and the latter after receiving a feed from Sarah Taylor.

Taylor closed out the scoring for the Lady Lions on Bragg's final assist of the win, which upped Trinity's record to 12-0 overall.

Trinity has now outscored a dozen opponents by a 88-7 margin, with keeper Cheyenne Teems recording her ninth shutout. Both soccer lineups played on Tuesday at Dominion Christian.


EAST COWETA 9, SPRAYBERRY 7: On the road, the Lady Indians set a new school record for victories in a season while improving their record to 7-5 overall.

It also eclipsed last year's six wins while setting a new school record for single- season victories.

Both Caitlyn Moore and Anna Robbins led East Coweta's girls with threegoal efforts in the nonregion victory and Ansley Gunter recorded six saves.

Adelyn Ryan, Rebecca Ghyzel and Katilyn Alford also scored goals for the Lady Indians, while Katie Morgenroth had an assist.