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FPCA girls soccer has strong season
The FPCA girls JV soccer squad finished 6-0 this season. Back row, from left: Kathryn Brewer, Auset Gibbs, Madison Buckley, Cecilia Graham, Terri Brown, Arianna Burden-Force, Madison Winn, Front row: Mercedes Buckley, Mackenzie Buckley, Lindsey Coffman, Sommer Moses, Mary Kathryn Whitney. Not pictured: Megan Higgason, Elyssa Garnica, coach Tom Sukaratana and assistant coach Holly Buckley. - photo by Photo provided.

It was a strong season for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls’ soccer program — and it’s not over yet.
The Highlanders JV soccer squad finished the season undefeated, and the varsity team is set to host the first round of the state playoffs Tuesday at 4 p.m. against Lafayette.
The Lady ‘Landers JV squad allowed no goals against it this season and won all six of its games. This feat was accomplished despite the fact that veteran defender Mary Kathryn Whitney missed two games with a knee injury. The girls played Frederica Academy, Bulloch Academy and Robert Toombs twice each this season.

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