• Coahulla Creek boys 5, Adairsville 0: The Colts swept to their second straight victory to open the season and the Region 5-3A schedule.
Singles winners were No. 1 Chase Lynch, 6-1, 6-4, No. 2 Jake Mathis, 6-0, 6-1, and No. 3 Alex Jarjoura 6-0, 6-2.
Doubles winners were No. 1 Austin Turner and Donovan Newby, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1, and No. 2 Andy Dixon and Jake Stevenson, 6-3, 6-0.
• Adairsville girls 3, Coahulla Creek 2: The Lady Colts (0-2, 0-2 Region 5-3A) got a singles win from No. 1 Erin Orem, 6-2, 6-1, as well as a doubles victory from No. 2 Livia Hughes and Madison Zerbe, 6-3, 6-2.
• Dalton boys 10, Ridgeland 0: The Catamounts began Sub-region 7B-4A play in dominant fashion and Ramiro Huitanda recorded a hat trick at Harmon Field.
Scoring twice for Dalton (2-0) was Mar-cos Ruiz, while Eder Mora, Javier Rodri-guez, Alan Pantaleon, Daniel Palacios and Victor Solis each had one goal. Pantaleon also had two assists, while Rodriguez, Huitanda, Palacios and Jose Gardea each had one.
The game ended just four minutes into the second half when Dalton — which outshot the Panthers 15-0 — scored its 10th goal to clinch a mercy-rule victory.
• Dalton girls 4, Ridgeland 0: Rocio Carrizales scored twice and the Lady Cats led 3-0 at halftime as they opened Sub-region 7B-4A play with a victory at Harmon Field.
Deanna Marquez and Jessica Lopez also notched goals, while Yanet Hernandez assisted on one of Carrizales’ scores.
Dalton (1-1) dominated the shooting, 42-0, but Lady Cats coach Tony Carlson said Ridgeland’s goalkeeper worked hard, stopping the estimated two-thirds of the shots that were on target.
• Murray County boys 9, Pepperell 1: Juan Bautista had a hat trick and Alberto Soto and Jose Ruiz each had two goals for the Indians, who led 6-0 at halftime as they cruised to the Region 7-2A victory in Chatsworth.
Fernando Arias and Alejandro Ramirez each scored once, while Joel Lopez and Soto each assisted on a goal for Murray County (2-0-1, 2-0), which took 22 shots on goal.
• Murray County girls 6, Pepperell 0: Nayeli Jacobo’s four-goal night — she scored three times in the first half — led the Lady Indians in a dominating effort in Region 7-2A play in Chatsworth.
Cheyenne Sancho scored the other two goals for the Lady Indians (2-1, 2-0), while Raven Henry played well on defense, Murray County coach Mandy Ledford said. Kelsey Pack had two saves in goal, while Paxton Dolly stopped a penalty kick during her time minding the net — and she was helped by teammate Celena Sanchez, who kicked out the rebound of Dolly’s save to preserve the shutout.
• Northwest Whitfield boys 4, Coahulla Creek 3: David Perez scored twice and assisted on another goal as the Bruins opened their season with a non-region road victory against the steadily attacking Colts.
Down 1-0, Northwest took a 2-1 lead into halftime and stretched that edge to 4-1 in the second half before the Colts struck back. Coahulla Creek converted on a corner kick with less than 15 minutes to play to cut Northwest’s lead to the final margin.
Christian Perez and Giovannia Aguero had the other goals for the Bruins, who outdid Coahulla Creek in shots on goal 19-7 and had 10 corner kicks to the Colts’ two. Miguel Deanda made four saves for the Bruins.
Coahulla Creek’s goals came from Pedro Garcia, Jo-an Barcenas and Sadoth Fraire, while Missa Fraire made 12 saves for the Colts (0-1).
• Northwest girls 7, Coahulla Creek 0: Andrea Garcia’s hat trick led the way in a season-opening victory for the Lady Bruins, while Selena Gomez, Ashlee Huyhn, Nancy Paz and Juliana Gomez also scored.
Gracie Holmes and Desi Garcia combined in goal to record the shutout for Northwest in the non-region win at Coahulla Creek (0-1), which was led by Regina Pacheco, who had seven shots on goal, and Melissa Cabreras, who made 24 saves.