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Highlander teams look good for region
Bradwell splits last two games
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First Presbyterian Christian Academy’s soccer teams notched wins, and Bradwell Institute split its last two outings last week.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders scored back-to-back victories last week.
The Lady ’Landers beat Robert Toombs, 8-0, in an away game Thursday and defeated Georgia Christian, 8-1, Friday at home.
The Highlander boys pummeled Robert Toombs, 11-1, and beat Georgia Christian, 5-0.
Highlander soccer coach Tom Sukaratana said the teams have four regular-season games left before playoffs begin and believes the girls’ squad has the potential to clinch the region title.
On Monday, the teams travel to Savannah to play at Memorial Day and will host their Region 2-AA rival Frederica Academy next Thursday beginning at 4 p.m.
The girls already have beaten Frederica, 5-0, once before. The boys lost, 5-1, but Sukaratana thinks the boys will do much better in the rematch. He said three of Frederica’s goals were due to a miscue and a little bit of fatigue. The Highlanders had just played several games in three days, catching up from previously called games due to weather.
Last Tuesday, the Bradwell girls beat Jenkins, 3-0, in Savannah. The teams then hosted Windsor Forest last Thursday, when the Lady Tigers lost, 4-3. The Lady Tigers are 6-5 overall and 5-4 in Region 3-AAAAA.
The Tiger boys had a solid game at Jenkins, winning 6-1. The boys played Windsor Forest as well, but no final score was available for that game. The Tigers, 4-4, host Ware County at 5 p.m. next Tuesday.

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