Soccer: St. Paul’s held to draw by St. Thomas More, Holy Cross pitches shutout

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Area Prep Soccer Report for Wednesday, Nov. 17

A pair of teams that will figure prominently on the state level in their respective classes clashed in Lafayette Monday and neither side emerged victorious.

St. Paul’s and St. Thomas More played to a 1-1 draw.

Courtland Williams scored in the first half to give the Cougars a 1-0 lead . The Wolves got the equalizer with about nine minutes to play in the half. Despite threats, neither side could get the winner in the second half.

Four-time defending Division II state champion Holy Cross opened its season in solid fashion with a 3-0 shutout of Episcopal at the Burbank Complex.

Senior Ryan Jeanfreau led the way with a pair of goals while senior Ethan Carney added the third goal for the Tigers.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Tuesday, Nov. 16

Boys

Acadiana 6, Hammond 2

Archbishop Rummel 2, Walker 0

Ascension Christian 8, Franklinton 0

East Jefferson 6, Northshore 0

Franklin 7, Fontainebleau 1

Hahnville 3, Central Lafourche 3

Holy Cross 3, Episcopal 0

Live Oak 1, Lutcher 0

Pope John Paul II 6, Pearl River 1

Riverdale 5, International High 0

Slidell 4, Zachary 2

St. Paul’s, 1, St. Thomas More 1

St. Thomas Aquinas 8, Liberty 0

Girls

Denham Springs 3, St. Thomas Aquinas 1

Fontainebleau 3, Baton Rouge 0

Lusher Charter 5, Academy of Our Lady 0

Mandeville 2, St. Michael 0

Northshore 5, Lakeshore 2

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