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McIntosh’s varsity boys soccer team (16-0) took on Auburn, Ala. over the break and won 4-0.
Sandy Creek (11-4) bounced back from two consecutive region losses to defeat Fayette County 12-2 in five innings on Monday.
Following in her brother's footsteps, Sandy Creek's Kaitlyn Taylor, sister of former standout track athlete and state champion long jumper and triple jumper Christian Taylor, took home first place in both the long jump and triple jump in last week's county championship meet. Photo/Special
Those of you were anxiously awaiting the match-up between the McIntosh and Starr's Mill varsity boys soccer teams, ranked first and second respectively in Class AAAA, will have to wait two weeks.
Starr’s Mill’s boys (15-0) defeated Fayette County on Monday night 3-0 with goals coming from Jon Murtaugh, Danny Hojaij and Chase Park.
Starr’s Mill’s boys, ranked first in Class AAAA and third in the state, defeated Northgate 4-1 on Tuesday, while the Lady Panthers, ranked second in AAAA and 10th in the state, lost 1-0.
Starr’s Mill’s boys and girls tennis teams defeated Northgate last week.
Tonight’s soccer matches between Whitewater and McIntosh will be postponed until Monday evening. The boys will play at 5:30 p.m. and the girls will play at 7:30 p.m.
The baseball game between Whitewater and Starr’s Mill will also be rescheduled but a time has yet to be announced.
McIntosh’s Lady Chiefs (8-3-1), ranked sixth in Class AAAA, moved into a tie for first place in the region with a 9-0 win over Fayette County on Friday.
Sandy Creek’s varsity baseball team (7-2), ranked seventh in Class AAAA, won their fourth game in a row on Saturday by handing Landmark Christian, last year’s Class A state runner-up and currently ranked sixth in Class A, an 8-4 loss.