Soccer: Christ Episcopal win Piney Woods tourney, SSA races past Teurlings
Area State Soccer Report for Sunday, Nov. 24
Christ Episcopal captured the Piney Woods Tournament at Covington, winning a pair of matches Saturday.
The Wildcat boys defeated Covington 7-0 on Friday and on Saturday, they defeated Pearl River 6-1 before edging Fontainebleau 1-0 in the title match.
In the win over Fontainebleau, Eli Jones led the way with a pair of goals while James Miles had a goal and an assist before the Wildcats blanked the Bulldogs for the title.
Christ Episcopal (3-1) will next play McMain on Dec. 3.
In girls action, St. Scholastica whipped Teurlings Catholic 5-1.
Mary Ella White led the way with two goals and an assist while Olivia Loukatos and Olivia Quiroz and Hailey Waterhouse each scored a goal for the Doves.
SSA (1-1) returns to action Tuesday at Vandebilt Catholic at 1 p.m.
Area Soccer Results from Saturday, Nov. 23
Bonnabel 2, Hammond 2
Bonnabel 3, Mandeville 0
Catholic (BR) 2, Brother Martin 1
Christ Episcopal 1, Fontainebleau 0
Christ Episcopal 6, Pearl River 1
Covington 3, Franklinton 1
Covington 2, Landry-Walker 0
Fontainebleau 5, De La Salle 0
Fontainebleau 1, Pope John Paul II 0
Lutcher 5, Kenner Discovery 0
Lutcher 1, St. Michael 1
Mandeville 8, Chalmette 0
Mandeville 4, Grace King 0
Pearl River 5, Franklinton 1
Ponchatoula 2, Dunham 0
Pope John Paul II 7, Landry-Walker 1
Pope John Paul II 5, Pearl River 1
Slidell 3, Bonnabel 0
Slidell 5, Chalmette 0
Slidell 2, Grace King 0
St. Michael 2, Ponchatoula 0
St. Paul’s 4, Baton Rouge 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 5, Covenant Christian 1
West Jefferson 3, New Orleans Military & Maritime 1
Belle Chasse 2, Ursuline Academy 1
Covenant Christian 2, St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Dominican 5, Belle Chasse 0
Fontainebleau 3, Pope John Paul II 0
Hahnville 1, E.D. White Catholic 0
Lee Magnet 2, Ponchatoula 1
Mandeville 1, Hahnville 0
Mandeville 2, University High 0
Northshore 2, University High 0
Northshore 2, E.D. White Catholic 0
Parkview Baptist 2, Ponchatoula 0
St. Scholastica 5, Teurlings Catholic 1
St. Thomas More 2, Mount Carmel Academy 1
Ursuline Academy 10, East St. John 2
Walker 2, Country Day 0
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