Sandy Creek performs well at quad meet
By MICHAEL BOYLAN
Sandy Creeks boys and girls track team took on Starrs Mill, Alexander and Woodward Aacademy at Woodward last Wednesday. The Patriots and Lady Patriots had a number of strong finishes as they prepared for the upcoming region and state meets.
By MICHAEL BOYLAN
With two games left in the regular season to determine their seeding in the state playoffs, Sandy Creeks Lady Patriots are 10-4-1 overall and 4-2 in the region. Last week saw the girls beat Douglas County 4-2 and then lost to Chapel Hill 4-2. Last night, the girls played at Alexander and tomorrow they will close out the season with their senior night against Northgate at 5:30 p.m.
The Whitewater Wildcats JV baseball team has had a very successful season, at least in the eyes of their head coach, Frank Dixon, a first-year head coach who has a team made up of first-year high school students.
The Sandy Creek Lady Patriots couldnt have asked for a better afternoon to host a soccer game, but they could have asked for a better result.
When a baseball team wins a game it is often because of a full team effort. To emerge victorious, the team must have good pitching, timely hitting and a little bit of luck.
As you read this, the 4-AAAAA boys region soccer champion has been crowned. Fayette County squared off against Starrs Mill for the region title and a number one seeding in the upcoming state tournament last night. Visit www.thecitizennews.com to see the results.
If you want to see Lance Armstrong ride his bike this week, youll have to either go to work late on Thursday or make a trek up to Athens on Saturday morning. The closest Armstrong and the U.S. Postal team will get to Fayette County is when the race begins stage three Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Carrollton.
Clayton State sophomore Heather Krehbiel of Peachtree City set a school mark in the 3000-meter run at last Saturdays Alabama-Huntsville/Alabama A&M Invitataional.
The Atlanta Juniors 17s Orange Crush volleyball team traveled to Tampa the first weekend in April to compete against 93 other 17s teams from across the country. At the end of the three-day tournament, the gals from Atlanta were one of only two undefeated teams left standing, having beaten nine teams from states including Indiana, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Louisiana, Florida and Texas.
Eight members of the Southern Crescent Aquatic Team in Peachtree City recently traveled to Orlando to compete against some of the best swimmers in the nation.