Coahulla Creek High School Colts

February 20, 2014

Prep Roundup: Colts sweep Warriors

Martin Garcia had a goal and two assists to help lead Coahulla Creek’s boys soccer team to a 7-1 victory in Region 5-3A play Thursday night at Gordon Central.

Garcia was one of seven players who scored for the Colts (2-0, 1-0) — Jo-An Barcenas, Sadoth Fraire, Manuel Morales, Irwin Rivera, Adrian Rodriguez and Eddie Seratto were the others — and one of two players with a pair of assists. Pedro Garcia also had two assists.

Baley Jones and Rodriguez each contributed one assist, while Missael Fraire recorded six saves in goal.

• Coahulla Creek girls 2, Gordon Central 1: Regina Pacheco scored both goals for the Lady Colts (1-1, 1-0), one in each half, and Melissa Cabrera made 17 saves to help the one-goal lead hold up on the road.

Ella Triplett had the assist as Pacheco staked Coahulla Creek to a 1-0 lead in the first half. Gordon Central responded to send the game into halftime tied at 1, but Pacheco put the Lady Colts ahead for good in the second half.

• Christian Heritage girls 1, North Murray 0: Jordan Suddath scored a goal midway through the first half and the Christian Heritage defense took care of the rest as the Lady Lions won a scrimmage in Chatsworth.

Christian Heritage had just four shots on goal, but Suddath made hers count. Lady Lions goalkeeper Sarah Massengale finished with eight saves, and Molly Crawford and Ransley Ford helped key the defensive effort.

North Murray did not report statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Baseball

• Christian Heritage 9, North Murray 6: Ian Robbins was 2-for-4 with a pair of runs scored as the Lions won their season opener in Chatsworth.

Chase Tidwell had a double and drove in a pair of runs for Christian Heritage in a game that was muddy and error-filled. Tyson Cooper had a double and a run scored, while pitcher Spencer Robbins went four innings and allowed three hits and struck out four to earn the victory.

Dakota Rhoden had a triple and Blake Davis drove in a run for North Murray (0-2), which was hurt by six errors.

• Christian Heritage junior varsity 7, North Murray 2: Jantzen Smith had a three-run homer in the second inning and Jonathan Lewallen was the winning pitcher for the Lions (1-0).

• Southeast Whitfield did not report results from Thursday’s scheduled season opener at Calhoun by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

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  • 7on7 championship game6.jpg Bringing in the best

    When high school football coaches look for events to take their teams to during the summer, they are looking for three things — top competition, organization and hospitality.
    For The Daily Citizen’s Southeastern 7-on-7 Championship, the Dalton community and local business leaders take care of the latter. The tournament officials work tirelessly to provide the organization. And the two combined assure the top competition will show up.

    July 6, 2014 1 Photo

  • s-CCHS softball 8.jpg On a mission

    The local girls who visited the Dominican Republic last week on a mission trip through Score International tell a matching story.
    Toward the end of a visit to Pasitos de Jesus, a girls orphanage in Boca Chica, the children began singing the Gospel song “Mighty to Save” to their visitors.
    “It sent chills down your spine,” said Kala Franks, a rising senior at Coahulla Creek High School. “I felt they were ministering to me rather than us ministering to them.”

    June 29, 2014 2 Photos

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    When Northwest Whitfield repeated as the Georgia High School Association Class 4A softball state champion last fall, that appeared to be the last time the majority of the Lady Bruins’ senior class would be teammates on the diamond.
    Now, thanks to the Stump on Sports All-Star Softball Classic, five of those six seniors will reunite to play together one more time.

    June 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • Junior golf: Hicks able to hang for final round

    Despite giving up a few strokes from Monday’s opening round of 4-over-par 76, Dalton’s Landon Hicks was the only local competitor to advance to the third round of the Georgia Junior Championships.

    June 18, 2014

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    Isabel Salinas’ freshman season for Southeast Whitfield High School’s track and field team wasn’t up to her standards, and she really isn’t sure why it ended up that way in 2013. It could have been her injuries. It could have been not being in proper shape.
    One thing Salinas, nicknamed “Izzy” by friends and coaches, does know is that her sophomore year went a lot better.

    June 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • s-Foxx file 1 mlh.jpg Creek’s Champ

    Before there were any attempts in the high jump finals Thursday at the Class 3A boys track and field state high school meet at Jefferson High School’s Memorial Stadium, there was some trash talking.
    Coahulla Creek assistant coach Eric Bishop said one of the competitors approached top-seeded Josh Foxx, a Coahulla Creek junior, and told Foxx he was about to run into a wolf.

    May 9, 2014 1 Photo

  • Good day sends Dalton boys to state golf tourney

    With a spot in the Class 4A state tournament on the line, Dalton High School’s golf team put together one of its best rounds this season on a course coach Hunter Johnston said was as demanding as any the Catamounts had played this year.

    May 6, 2014

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    VARNELL — Just as in other matches this season, there were handshakes and hugs awaiting the members of Coahulla Creek High School’s boys tennis team as they walked off the court Monday.
    Unfortunately for the Colts, this time they were of the comforting rather than the congratulating variety.

    April 29, 2014 1 Photo

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    April 26, 2014 1 Photo

  • Creek girls fall short at Oconee Co.

    In 2013, Coahulla Creek’s girls high school tennis team saw their season end on the road at Oconee County in the first round of the Class 3A state tournament.
    Friday in the second round of this year’s tournament, the Lady Warriors again were the team to end the Coahulla Creek season, taking a 3-0 win in Watkinsville. But coach Matt Facey hopes the second-round loss means the Lady Colts will advance at least to the state quarterfinals next season.

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