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The Girls Preparatory School soccer team was going to need production from an unexpected source to keep its state championship hopes alive.

It hasn't been the quantity of Liz Ciabattone's goals during her Notre Dame soccer career, but the quality and the timing of them. Saturday evening was one of those timely moments.

Throughout its 11-match win streak on the way to District 5 and Region 3-AAA championships, the East Hamilton girls' soccer team had found ways to win by the slimmest of margins.

Despite being crowned district champion a year ago, the Ooltewah High School football team had a nasty taste in its mouth from a loss to Cleveland late in the season. Those two teams, along with East Hamilton, each finished 5-1 in district play.

Considering her prowess playing goalkeeper for her club soccer team, everybody around the Grace Academy program was on board with freshman Rachel Beard playing the position when it became one of need during the 2014 season.

Thursday night, the Grace Academy girls' soccer team was relentless. The Lady Golden Eagles never stopped attacking. Never stopped firing shots from all angles.

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. — Ooltewah's Josie Grube claimed her third win of the season, and perhaps her most important to date Thursday.

Will Wade calls it a "Winners World."

The Boyd-Buchanan girls' soccer team was confused by the formation East Ridge presented at the beginning of their Region 3-A/AA semifinal match Tuesday. As a result, the Lady Bucs did the only thing they knew to do.

Since it was his last race of the season, Daniel Mihaescu went out in style.

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