By CHRIS GOLTERMANN, CowetaScore.com
Trinity Christian's boys soccer team evened its GISA Region 1-AAA record on Tuesday with a 6-0 shutout win over Loganville Christian at home.
Luke Anderson scored two goals and added two assists for the Lions, who improved to 2-2 in the 1-AAA standings heading into Friday's trip to face Heritage School.
The win completed a sweep by Trinity lineups over Loganville beginning with a 10-0 girls victory that kept the Lady Lions undefeated.
Trinity's girls improved to 16-0 overall and 11-0 in the 1-AAA standings.
Boys teams from Heritage and Trinity are battling for playoff position in the boys standings. The Hawks remain in first at 6-1 despite dropping its first loss in region play Monday to Holy Spirit.
Heritage holds a one-game lead on Holy Spirit (5-2) and Trinity (2-2), having defeated the Lions 2-0 in the first meeting between county rivals earlier this season in Sharpsburg.
In Tuesday's win at Trinity, Cristian Loris also scored twice for the Lions and Cole Hoekwater and Charlie Fassino each added a goal and an assist.
Loris leads Trinity with 13 goals and four assists heading into Friday's match, while Anderson's pair pushed his season scoring total to 11 with seven assists. Fassino (5G, 1A), Hoekwater (4G, 2A) and Pierce Davis (3G) have all scored at least three goals this season.
Recapping Tuesday's soccer games EAST COWETA BOYS 4, PIKE COUNTY 1: On the road, senior Baylor Asher scored twice in the non-region victory. Noah Shumake and Ismael Aguirre also scored for the Indians (9-5-2) heading into tonight's Coweta Cup finale at Northgate.
East Coweta enters the Class 7A playoffs next week as the No. 4 seed from Region 2 while traveling to face Region 1 champion Lowndes (7-7-2).
EAST COWETA GIRLS 1, PIKE COUNTY 0: Brittany Dunnavent scored the game's only goal as the Lady Indians improved to 11-4-1 heading into Thursday's trip to Northgate.
East Coweta can clinch the Cup trophy with a win.
NORTHGATE GIRLS 10, CALLAWAY 1: On the road, the Lady Vikings built a comfortable lead at halftime while improving to 10-6-2 on the season.
The Lady Vikings can force a threeway tie for this year's county crown with a win at home tonight to close the regular season.
CALLAWAY BOYS 1, NORTHGATE 0: On the road, the Cavaliers squeaked out a victory in the final minute of play in a scoreless game with a header that came off a corner kick.
The Vikings fell to 7-10-0 heading into their season finale Thursday against East Coweta while looking to defend last year's Coweta Cup title.