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As we get pictures, etc., we will post them onto this page.  Click on the picture for a writeup and the name of the game for  link to a slideshow.  Not all of the games will have slideshows, but we try!  Please check back often!
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    The Lady Pats got the season off a little slow as they began play at Rhea County. The Eagles got on the board midway through the first half with a through ball that finished in the back of the CSAS net. Tough play continued on the turf until the Patriots got their first break - a call in the box on Cydnee Stafford - resulting in a PK made good by Cyan Cox. The second half brought the sun down and a renewed effort from Arts and Sciences. Constantly pressing in the game, CSAS took the lead on a goal by Stafford late in the second half. The defense held strong against a stepped up Rhea County and goal keeper Clara Alsobrooks made some great saves along the way for CSAS to top Rhea by a score of 2-1. Great start to the season!
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    After an hour long rain-delay before the first whistle, the CSAS Lady Patriots hosted Central for the first home game of the 2016 season. Kate Fraser got the night off right early as she scored a header on a cornerkick from Cydnee Stafford at just under two minutes in. From that point on, the Pats scored often while sharing the duties. Goals were added by Lilah Dorn, Chloe Carney as well as a pair from Amanda Seay. Seay, Gerisha Patrick and Ava Spates also added assists. In the second half, the Pats held the Pounders scoreless while adding the final goal of the game from Suzie Rodriquez. They all played a great passing game and teamwork was on point throughout.
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    The Lady Patriots took a trip up to Madisonville to take on the Chiefs of Sequoyah High School. The Pats started out a little slow, but got on board first behind a goal from Amanda Seay. Possibly just needing that start, the Patriots were able to get back on track to score another goal, this one from the strong leg of Suzie Rodriquez. However, the Chiefs broke through with a goal of its own. At the half, the score was a 2-1 advantage to CSAS. Regrouping at the half, the Patriots came out with a better team effort connecting with some much improved passing and keeping Sequoyah on its heels the rest of the way through. Along the way, both Seay and Rodriquez added another goal apiece while Sophie Albarakat got one of her own. Assists were had by Riley Craig, Haley Rigsby and Rodriquez. Final score was 5-2 in favor of the good guys!
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    Riley Craig proved to be a one woman wrecking crew in Sweetwater. Craig started the Lady Patriots off with a goal early in the game off of a feed from Cydnee Stafford, one of her two assists in the game. Riley added another on her own a little later and finished the game with yet another goal and an assist of her own. As for the rest of the team, there was some of the best ball movement and possession seen thus far. Along the way, Kate Fraser, Cyan Cox, Suzie Rodriquez, Vivana Ramos added goals for CSAS. Cox and Amanda Seay also had assists. The JV crew played the entire second half and played even with the Tigers the rest of the way. Lots of playing time in a pressure-filled Varsity game was their reward for making the trip and waiting their turn! Senior Defensive Center, Lauren Buffington, got to be subbed in for the last five minutes where she finished off the Lady Patriots scoring with her first goal of the season. The final was a 11-2 win for the Patriots.
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    The Lady Patriots traveled to Silverdale to hopefully bounce back into the win column and they got off to a great start when Cydnee Stafford sent a pass to Suzie Rodriquez who finished it for the game's first goal. A few minutes later, Kate Fraser jumped on a miscue from Silverdale and put it in the back of the net to put CSAS up 2-0 heading into the half. The second half saw the Eagles come out strong while the Patriots held off the storm. However, SBA chipped its way back to a 2-2 tie and the momentum seemed to be shifting. The last fifteen minutes of the game saw Amanda Seay put the Lady Pats back on top and Cydnee Stafford putting it just out of reach with a breakaway goal. Silverdale added a goal, but the CSAS defense and Clara Alsobrooks' 13 total saves held up the score. The Patriots spoiled Silverdale's Senior Night with a 4-3 win.
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    Portland High School, from outside of Nashville, came to town hoping for a fun game before a team retreat. Unfortunately for them, the Lady Patriots were not such great hosts! Within the first two minutes of the game, Cyan Cox made the Tigers pay for a foul in the box with a converted PK. Playing without its seniors, the Lady Patriots weaved around the field controlling the tempo of the game for most of the 80 minutes. Riley Craig added another goal while Cydnee Stafford put in two of her own and Gerisha Patrick contributed with an assist. The team seemed to get the idea of possession soccer with short passes and change of direction before taking advantage of Portland's defensive miscues. Aided by 16 saves from Katie Hopper in the goal, the Patriots came out on top at 4-1 as the group gave us a preview of things to come next year. The Labor Day holiday could be enjoyed in style!
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    The Lady Patriots looked to be off to a great start when, just a few minutes into their contest, Gerisha Patrick punched a ball into the net for the game's first goal. The Pats held strong for a while, but McMinn Central evened things up at about the midway mark of the first half. As the half ended, the momentum had shifted towards the Chargers who had scored another goal to put the game at 2-1 against CSAS. The second half saw a surge from the Chargers who added goals three and four and looked to be cruising. HOWEVER, with under 10 minutes, the Lady Patriots found their game. New life was breathed into the team when Riley Craig made the game a little more interesting when she capitalized off the other goalie's poor judgement. Craig scored and the Patriots were within two, but had under six minutes. Amanda Seay added another goal getting everyone on their feet and Cydnee Stafford tied the game up with a bang bang shot from just at the 18! The final few minutes saw both teams press, but neither could convert the game winner. The Lady Pats had come back to a 4-4 game and that is where it ended - not exactly where they wanted it to be, but one enormous mountain climbed!
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