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One win for Lady Irish, none for BHS at state

A pair of 4-0 scores meant Knoxville Catholic enjoyed first-round success during 2010 Girls Soccer Class AAA state tourney action at Baylor School in Chattanooga.

But it also meant a semifinal exit back to Cedar Bluff, one round later than Beardenís quarterfinal exit after a 1-0 loss to Ravenwood.

Mark Leaderís Lady Irish (18-4-3 final record) blanked Collierville (13-9-1) in quarterfinal state action, 4-0, Nov. 3.

One evening later, however, came a 4-0 loss to No. 4 state-ranked Franklin (19-4-2) in Thursdayís semifinals.

Two goals from Reece McKenzie and single goals from midfielder Amanda Cutting and midfielder/forward Shaun Breslin lifted Catholic, No. 7-ranked statewide, in the opener versus Collierville. Molly Dwyer had two assists, Claire Stauber one.

Seniors who finished their Lady Irish careers are Cutting, goalkeeper Brianne Zimmerman, midfielder Erin Mishu and defender Brittney Gibson.

Bearden (21-2-3), ranked No. 2 statewide, fell to No. 5-ranked Ravenwood (15-5-6) Nov. 3 on a goal early in the second half.

Lady SoccerDawgs seniors ending their careers are forward Caroline Gianeselli, defenders Kimble Glover and Meagan Yoakley and midfielder Allison Daniels.

Turner ó named Region 2-AAA Offensive Player of the Year while her coach/father, Eric Turner, was named region Coach of the Year ó joined four All-region teammates: Glover, Daniels, Rebecca Stover and Kristi Granger.

Catholicís honorees were Dwyer, McKenzie, Gibson and sophomore Kathryn Culhane.

Farragut senior Ashley Reveiz was named region Defensive Player of the Year and joined teammates Alli Randall and Rachael Clark plus Hardin Valley Academy senior defender Getchen Johnson.


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