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Logan Whitman of Farragut (5) goes high for a header as FHS teammates Christian Bahati and Anthony Moore (4) react to the ball against Seymour.- Alan Sloan/farragutpress
Defending Class AAA state champ Farragut has been dominant, perennial power Bearden has been clutch and Hardin Valley Academy is coming off a big win.

Such is westside boys soccer life one week into the 2010 season.

Nifty ball work by Wayman McLaughlin led to the FHS senior scoring two goals in a 7-0 win versus Seymour at the new FIS field Friday, March 19.

Sam Eddy also tallied twice while Ryan Stinton, Andrew Hale and Cody Newby also scored for the state’s top-ranked Ads (2-0).

Newby, a junior transfer forward twice earning All-state honors at Anderson County, said coming to FHS presents “a lot more pressure because I’ve got a lot riding on me being a transfer.”

Wallie Culbreth, Ads head coach, said he “was pleased,” with forwards Newby and Eddy. “They worked real well together.”

Eric Turner, BHS head coach, praised the efforts of midfielders Patrick Harmony and Carter Wykoff, along with defenders Seth Williams and Isaac Gwin, to help Bearden start the season 4-0 after wins versus Alcoa (1-0), Webb (3-0), Notre Dame (3-2) and Chattanooga Christian (1-0).

Hardin Valley bounced back from a 2-1 loss to Knoxville Catholic to beat Webb School 4-1 Thursday, March 18, behind Nick Skoda’s hat-trick (three goals). Jonathan Perelman also scored.

Michael McLean, HVA head coach, praised Skoda, Justin Haskell and defenders Trent Stethen and Garrett Hay. Haskell had the lone goal versus KCHS.


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