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Stinton’s ‘trifecta’ lifts nation’s No. 2 soccer Ads; BHS wins two


Ryan Stinton’s scoring trifecta led the way in Farragut boys soccer’s most recent domination.

Stinton, an All-state senior midfielder, scored three goals to easily lead the nation’s No. 2-ranked Admirals past Alcoa — last season’s state runner-up in Class A-AA and ranked No. 5 this season — by a 7-1 count Monday night at Farragut Intermediate School field.

Remaining perfect at 17-0-0, Farragut, No. 1-ranked statewide in Class AAA, has within its sights a perfect season, its second straight Class AAA state crown and head coach Wallie Culbreth’s fifth state title in nine seasons as Admirals skipper.

Meanwhile, Bearden took out some frustration on Lenoir City, dominating the Panthers 5-1 Tuesday, April 27, at BHS’s Bruce Allender Field.


The state’s No. 3-ranked Class AAA SoccerDawgs improved to 15-1-2 after winning 3-1 at Science Hill Monday. (More on BHS later in story).

District 4-AAA Tournament action begins next Monday, with semifinals at No. 1 seed Farragut and at No. 2 seed BHS starting at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 12.

The highest remaining seed — probably FHS — would host the district tourney title game beginning at 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 14.

A perfect Farragut finish “would be the culmination of my high school career,” said Kendrick Schuettler, senior standout defender. “That would be amazing.

“Most of our players aren’t going to play again” after high school.

Other FHS goals against Alcoa (8-6-2) came from Cody Newby, Carlos Ramos, Wayman McLaughlin and Lee Van Dyne.

BEARDEN

Seth Williams’ two goals led the SoccerDawgs versus Lenoir City.

Other goals came from Ben Ferguson, Andrew Sullivan and Landon Burke.

Assists came from Alexander Thumler, Carter Wykoff, Will Noggle and Sean Yoder.

“Patrick Harmony and Seth Williams have pretty much been carrying us all year,” BHS head coach Eric Turner said. “And Carter Wykoff had a good game, too.”

 

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