John Paul Padilla and Antoine Montassier scored two goals apiece to lead Bulloch Academy's boys soccer team to a 12-0 victory over Memorial Day on Tuesday.
The Gators also got goals from Themba Twala, Derek Harrison, Cody Lanier, Chase Merrill, John Walker Uribe, Atys Cope, Bill Nguyen and Mitchell Smith.
SEBMS soccer teams beat Bryan Co.
BROOKLET — Southeast Bulloch Middle School's girls soccer team beat Bryan County, 5-1, on Monday.
Emma Britt scored three goals, and Rayna Cowart and Elizabeth Buenrostro each scored a goal for SEBMS (4-2). Goalkeeper Monica Schubert made six saves.
The SEBMS boys beat Bryan County, 5-0. Evan Schlierf and Matt Connell each scored two goals, and Miguel Gonzalez scored a goal.
Connell, Danny Healy, Armando Hernandez and Brian Dunlop each had one assist.
Screven Co. girls beat Jefferson Co.
SYLVANIA — Screven County High School's girls soccer team beat Jefferson County, 5-0, in a Region 3-AA game Tuesday.
Screven County (6-1, 3-1) was led by Charlie Taylor and Haleigh Thompson, who scored two goals apiece. Madyson Torres had a goal, Hannah Jones had an assist, and goalkeeper Jessica Markovcic made four saves.
BA girls beat Augusta Prep at tennis
Bulloch Academy's girls’ tennis team remained unbeaten with a 3-2 victory over Class AAA defending state champions Augusta Preparatory School on Monday at Forest Heights Country Club.
It was the first regular-season loss for a Lady Cavalier team in three years. APS has won 10 consecutive region titles and three of the last six state champions.
Meghan Barber was the only singles winner for Bulloch in the Region 4-AAA competition, coming from behind to beat Sophie Pollax, 8-5. In doubles, McKenzie Webb and Caitlin Barber nipped Caroline Andrew and Brooke Arnold, 9-7, and Claire Hiller and Lyndsey Wasdin beat Julianna Turner and Ana Harbin, 8-3.
In boys’ action, the Gators lost, 5-0.
Bulloch hosts region foe Westminster of Augusta on Thursday.
A Local Roundup item in Tuesday’s newspaper incorrectly credited Southeast Bulloch’s baseball team with a win over Statesboro High. Statesboro was a 9-6 winner.
The Statesboro Herald apologizes for the mistake.