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GISA Tournaments

Class A semifinals

At Macon, Ga.

THOMAS JEFFERSON 32, FULLINGTON 28

THOMAS JEFFERSON (32) – Kaylee Arrington 8, Logan Johnson 3, Abigail Haythorn 4, Macy Salter 6, Allie Hughes 6, Lindsey Sammons 5.

FULLINGTON (28) – Leah Thompson 4, Liena Van Assendelft 2, Rachel McCleskey 13, Darrian Bailey 9.

Thomas Jefferson 8 6 10 8 – 32

Fullington 2 6 4 16 – 28

3-point goals: Thomas Jefferson 1 (Sammons), Fullington 2 (McCleskey 2).

Class AA semifinals

At Macon, Ga.

BRIARWOOD 69, TRINITY CHRISTIAN 55

BRIARWOOD (69) – Copeland Price 2, Maggie Graham 4, Kate Wells 4, Kylie Guy 6, Tiffany Pate 26, Malia Kency 18, Cameron Stadler 9.

Trinity Christian (55) – Tatum Orr 11, Sydney Bozeman 17, Sarah Horne 13, Elizabeth Heard 5, Amelia Gray 3, Randie Traxler 6.

Briarwood 15 23 18 13 – 69

Trinity Christian 8 11 19 17 – 55

3-point goals: Briarwood 3 (Wells, Guy 2); Trinity Christian 3 (Bozeman, Horne, Gray).

Boys Soccer

GLENN HILLS 7, JOSEY 0

Goals: Christian Fiallos 2, Carlos Sorto 3, Malik Harris, Lance Evelyn. Assist: Fiallos 2, Broderick Roberts, Meltavis Roberson. Goalkeepers:Glenn Hills-Desmond Bradford (4 saves), Glen Pace (6 saves).

Record: Glenn Hills 1-1. Next: Glenn Hills at Cross Creek, 7 p.m. Tueday.

RICHMOND ACADEMY 10, CROSS CREEK 0

Goals: Richmond Academy–Marco Figueiredo 3, Duncan Kleinbub 2, Jarrett Wangsnes 2, Perry Sentell, David Ardrey, Michael Baker. Assists: Richmond Academy–Weston Bush, Sentell, Kleinbub, Wangsnes, Wren Fisher. Goalkeepers: Richmond Academy–Andre Reimche, Henry Nickson (1 saves).

Records: Richmond Academy 3-1-2. Next: Richmond Academy vs. South Aiken, 7 p.m. Tuesday

Girls Soccer

RICHMOND ACADEMY 10, CROSS CREEK 0

Goals: Richmond Academy–Hannah Farmer 3, MaKayla Tanksley 3, Ivie Teston 2, Caroline Capps, Maylnia Banda. Assists: Richmond Academy–Capps 2, Teston 2, Kacky Teston, Farmer, Tasharya Shepherd. Goalkeepers: Richmond Academy–Bobbi Jones (2 saves).

Records: Richmond Academy 3-3. Next: Washington County at Richmond Academy, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday

Region Awards

Boys

Region 3-AAAA coach of the year: Travis McRae, Glenn Hills

Region 3-AAAA South player of the year: Aubrey McRae, Glenn Hills

First Team

Don Coleman, Butler

Ziaire Cook, Glenn Hills

Eric Norris, Hephzibah

Jermaine Baxley, Burke County

Vincent Norris, Cross Creek

Franklin Roberts, ARC

Second Team

Ben Rhodes, Butler

Tyrone Brown, Glenn Hills

Alex Turner, Hephzibah

Kamario Walker, Burke County

Maurice Berry, Cross Creek

Moses Lewis, ARC

Honorable Mention

Jaylon Archie, Butler

Aaron Williamson, Glenn Hills

Denzel Phillips, Hephzibah

Donquell Green, Burke County

Dallas Rodgers, Cross Creek

Tony Daggett, ARC

Girls

Region 3-AAAA Team

Ashleigh Outler, Cross Creek

Shandrea Leverett, S. Effingham

Naomi Wilds, Cross Creek

Aleisha Merriweather, ARC

Kaedia Phillips, Burke County

Shanikwa Buie, Statesboro

Amber McGee, Burke County

Jasmine Robinson, ARC

Shannon Wimberly, Hephzibah

Machala Raymonville, S. Effingham

Coach of the Year: Stacey Womack, South Effingham

Player of the Year: Tianna Germain, South Effingham


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