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Lions blow past Woodmont on pitch

PIEDMONT — With nine players scoring at least one goal, the Daniel High School girls’ soccer team obliterated Woodmont by a final score of 13-0 Monday night in Piedmont.

The Lions (10-3, 7-1 Western AAA) got a hat trick from Courtney Adair, while also getting two goals apiece from Jen Jordan and Rachelle Boyer and built a commanding 8-0 lead by halftime.

Daniel then scored five times in the second half, with Kayla Parker, Emily Brown, Meg Holland, Sarah Becker, Sue Berry and Roxanne Kyriakakis each contributing goals in the runaway victory.

The Lions will be back in action tonight when they host cross-county rival Pickens at Singleton Field in Central at 5:30 p.m.

Daniel 13, Woodmont 0

DWD 8 5 — 13

WHS 0 0 — 0

Goals

D — Adair 3, Boyer 2, Jordan 2, Becker, Berry, Brown, Holland, Kyriakakis, Parker.

W — (none)

Walhalla 4

Southside Christian 0

(girls’ soccer)

WALHALLA — Behind a shutout performance by goalkeeper Cricket Wise, the Walhalla High School girls’ soccer team picked up a 4-0 victory over Southside Christian on Monday night.

The No. 3 Razorbacks (8-1-1, 1-0 Skyline AA) picked up first-half goals from Tess Warther, as well as Wise on a penalty kick to take a 2-0 halftime lead.

No. 6 Southside Christian couldn’t mount a comeback in the second half, as Walhalla picked up goals from Noah Westbrook and Amanda Ezell to close out the scoring for the Razors.

Walhalla will be in action again today when it travels to Highlands (N.C.) for a 5 p.m. contest.

Walhalla 4, Southside Christian 0

SSC 0 0 — 0

WHS 2 2 — 4

First half

W — Warther

W — Wise (penalty kick)

Second half

W — Westbrook

W — Ezell

West-Oak 185

Pendleton 190

Liberty 197

(boys’ golf)

SENECA — With no player shooting higher than a 48, the West-Oak boys’ golf team defeated Pendleton and Liberty Monday afternoon at Oconee Country Club in Seneca.

The Warriors (6-5, 5-3 Skyline AA) were led by Sonny Justice with a 41, as he earned individual medalist honors for his performance.

West-Oak had three players finish with a 48 to round out the Warriors’ scorecard in Tyler Bibb, Cassidy Kelley and Michael Smith.

Pendleton (6-3, 5-1 Skyline AA) managed to finish in second place, and was paced by Carson Young with a 44.

Following behind him for the Bulldogs was Austin Langdale with a 45, Adam Dixon with a 50 and Grant Prater with a 51.

West-Oak 185, Pendleton 190, Liberty 197

West-Oak (185) — Justice 41, Bibb 48, Kelley 48, Smith 48.

Pendleton (190) — Young 44, Langdale 45, Dixon 50, Prater 51.

Liberty (197) — Watson 43, Lewis 48, O’Shields 51, Hayes 55.

Travelers Rest 3

Seneca 0

(boys’ soccer)

SENECA — Behind a two-goal effort from James Restrepo, Travelers Rest picked up a 3-0 victory at Seneca on Monday night.

The Bobcats (3-10, 3-4 Western) dropped to below .500 in region play with the loss, as the Devildogs (7-4, 5-2 Western AAA) also got a goal from Reed Hennigan in the victory.

Seneca will be at home again on Wednesday when its hosts Wren at 7 p.m.

Travelers Rest 3, Seneca 0

TR 2 1 — 3

SHS 0 0 — 0

First half

TR — Hennigan, 27:00

TR — Restrepo, 34:00

Second half

TR — Restrepo (Sasteque), 44:00

Westside 10

Pendleton 5

(baseball)

PENDLETON — Westside scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning, and 10 runs across the final three innings, to complete a come-from-behind, 10-5 win over Pendleton on Monday night.

The Bulldogs (4-9) had built a 4-0 in the first inning, and led 5-2 after five innings of play before allowing Westside (10-6) back into the game.

Kyle Anderson led Pendleton at the plate with a 2-of-4 performance and a double, as Brent Leopard also had a double in the loss.

The Bulldogs will be in action again today when they travel to West-Oak for a 6 p.m. contest.

Westside 10, Pendleton 5

WHS 000 023 5 — 10 9 0

PHS 400 010 0 — 5 5 2

Pitching

IP H R K BB

W — Saxon (3-0) 5.1 1 1 4 1

L — Burke (1-3) 1.2 3 5 2 3

Hitting

W — Long, 2-3, HR, 4 RBI; Rash, 2-4, 4 RBI.

P — Anderson, 2-4, 2B; Leopard, 2B.

Seneca 5

Westside 3

(softball, late)

IVA — In its second game of the Crescent Invitational, the Seneca High School softball team picked up a 5-3 win over Westside on Saturday.

LeAnn Nix picked up the win in place of regular starter Stephanie Mihaly, as she pitched four innings and allowed only two runs.

Mihaly came on in relief of Nix to close the game, and was 3-of-3 at the plate with three runs scored.

Madison Young finished the game 1-of-4 with a triple and two RBI, while also stealing a base for the Bobcats.

The rest of the tournament was postponed due to poor weather, and will be concluded this weekend.

Seneca 5, Westside 3

SHS 210 200 0 — 5 4 4

WHS 000 210 0 — 3 6 4

Pitching

IP H R K BB

W — Nix (1-0) 4 4 2 1 0

L — Hipp 7 4 5 4 4

Hitting

S — Mihaly, 3-3, 3 R; Young, 1-4, 3B, 2 RBI

W — Garcia, 2-3, RBI; McBride, 1-4, HR, RBI