Soccer: Hannan whips PJP in showdown, Landry gets shutout win
Area Prep Soccer Report for Sunday, Jan. 29
On the pitch Saturday, two of the top teams in the state squared off and defending Division III state champion Archbishop Hannan handled Pope John Paul II 4-1.
It was the fifth straight win for the Hawks.
Kristen Schneider, Paige Wilson, Farrah Lightel and Rachel Maestri each scored a goal for the Hawks, who led 3-1 at the half.
Alex Bremond scored the lone goal for the Jaguars.
Hannan (11-4-4) is finished with its regular season.
Pope John Paul II (11-4-1) is also finished with its regular season. Both will be very high seeds in the playoffs.
On the pitch Saturday, Landry defeated St. Martin’s Episcopal 2-0 Saturday.
Sophomores Jasson Romero and Franklin Sabio each scored a goal for the Buccaneers while sophomore Alex Rossignoli had an assist.
Senior Jerome Stewart had a clean sheet in goal with four saves.
Landry (5-6-4) won it third straight match. The Buccaneers will close out their regular season against Higgins at 6 p.m. Monday.
St. Martin’s (10-6-1) will host Holy Cross at 6 p.m. Monday.
Area Prep Soccer Results from Saturday, Jan. 28
Archbishop Hannan 3, Teurlings Catholic 3
Archbishop Rummel 2, Baton Rouge 2
Ben Franklin 5, West Jefferson 0
Haynes Academy 2, Willow School 2
Holy Cross 2, New Orleans Military & Maritime 0
Jesuit 0, Mandeville 0
Landry 2, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0
Livingston Collegiate 5, Salmen 1
Livonia 5, Riverside Academy 0
Mandeville 1, Pope John Paul II 0
Northshore 10, Pearl River 1
Sophie B. Wright 1, Livingston Collegiate 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 6, St. Charles Catholic 1
Archbishop Hannan 4, Pope John Paul II 1
Dominican 1, Mount Carmel Academy 1
Higgins 3, Riverdale 2
Mandeville 3, McGehee 0
Willow School 2, Academy of Sacred Heart (NO) 1
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