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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 Patriots opened the 2017 campaign with a trip to former district foe, Silverdale. The Pats looked pretty good moving the ball as a team unit with Cydnee Stafford and Suzie Rodriquez each recording three goals, while Cydnee added 2 assists. Gerisha Patrick added a goal as well as newly activated Jennifer Buffington. Sophie Albarakat, Kate Fraser and Patrick also had assists proving the team nature of the game. Great start to the 2017 season.
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    Suzie Rodriquez continued her dominance on opponents when she scored two goals against Girls Leadership Academy as the L-Pats got a head start on the district with a convincing win at home. Jennifer Buffington and Kate Fraser also added early goals. The future of the school shone bright as Freshmen Camille Conley and Kendal Kroll (2 goals) added scores of their own. Not to be left out of the scoring mix were Sophomores Natalie Clem and Brinley Screws. Excellent play by the entire CSAS team.
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    The Patriots took their show on the road with cross-town rival Hixson. Unfortunately, the L-Pats were a bit sleepy in the first half and gave up two Hixson goals before the combo play of Crystal Carney to Sophie Albarakat to Suzie Rodriquez netted the first score of the game for CSAS. Down 1-2, the Wildcats added another goal in the second half. Where some could've given up, the L-Pats fought back even harder and Rodriquez put another ball in the back of the net. However, the team ran out of time and walked away with a hard luck loss and the desire to step it up next go round.
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    Richland traveled in to Chattanooga from Middle Tennessee for a matchup that can only be duplicated if both teams make it to the State Tournament. The Lady Patriots played very well to start the game, but couldn't seem to find the mark for much of the first 10 minutes. Unfortunately, Richland did make the most of a defensive breakdown by CSAS and got on top of the game with a goal. The goal stood through the half as the only score until Cydnee Stafford played a through ball from Sophie Albarakat into a hard fought patented Stafford left footer to the back of the net. With the game tied at 1-1, both teams fought for possession of the ball and both defenses foiled shot attempts. However, another tough luck goal duped CSAS's chance of a home victory as Richland scored with four minutes left to play. The Lady Patriots looked VERY good as a team unit though, which they hope to bring into the rest of the season. Wipe it off and hope to meet this team again!
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    Although CSAS moved the ball very well for the first 15 minutes of the game, it was the Golden Eagles of Grace who got on board first. Battling the whole way, the Lady Pats got a break when Cydnee Stafford scored on a high arching shot. Tied at 1, that is how the half ended with opportunities foiled by both teams. The second half saw the L-Pats come out strong again, but finally got up on top when Suzie Rodriguez finished off an assist from Stafford to put CSAS up 2-1. Later Stafford added another goal from Chloe Carney's assist and it was 3-1. The score held with tough play from Sophie Albarakat, Cyan Cox, Clara Alsobrooks and company, however, Grace kept at it. At around 70 minutes in, the Eagles capitalized off a defensive error and with just under 4 minutes left, tied the game with an open shot from the middle of the 18. Another valiant effort came up a little short, but this one netted CSAS a tie instead of a loss. The Lady Patriots could walk away knowing that they are moving the ball well though...just need to finish more. The wins will come!
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    The goal for the game was to get up early and make sure if rain called it, the Lady Patriots were on top. Amanda Seay made that happen with a long shot that glanced off the outstretched hands of the Rhea County keeper. CSAS 1-0 and not far into the game! Sophie Albarakat added a second goal when she slipped into a space in the middle near the 18 to punch in a Chloe Carney slot pass. 2-0 for the good guys, but there was LOTS more game to play. The Eagles got on the board with a put in from a corner kick to bring the game to 2-1 in favor of CSAS. Both teams battled, stepped to balls, knocked each other around and hustled for loose balls, but the score stayed the same throughout the second half. It was a great effort against a definitely tough opponent and hopefully a sign that the L-Pats know how to hold on to a lead!
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