Roundup: GCA soccer tops BGA; Page, Nolensville battle to draw; Brentwood volleyball cruises

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State Soccer – Grace Christian Academy vs. Polk County

Gabby Jones 

Mary Bradley Myers and Gabby Jones each scored twice to lead the Grace Christian Academy girls soccer team past Battle Ground Academy Thursday.

The visiting Lady Lions posted a 4-2 win in Franklin.

Myers opened the scoring in the 12th off a pass from Jones. BGA’s Keaton Mitchell responded with a tally in the 27th to make it 1-1.

Jones netted her first goal in the 37th, but Mitchell again found the equalizer just before the half for the 2-2 tie at intermission.

Myers broke the tie in the 63rd off another ball from Jones, who ended the scoring in the 75th with her second tally.

Carlie Mason recorded four saves for the Lady Lions, while Graci Semptimphelter made six stops.

BGA ends the regular season Tuesday at home against Franklin Road Academy. GCA, which won a seventh in a row Thursday, hosts Fairview on Tuesday.

Other Results 

Nolensville 1, Page 1

Centennial 5, Columbia 0

Franklin 3, Oakland 0

Summit 1, Mt. Juliet 1

Christ Presbyterian Academy 9, Franklin Road Academy 0

Fairview 6, Hillwood 0

Volleyball 

Brentwood def. Centennial, 3-0

The Lady Bruins raced past Centennial 25-13, 25-15, 25-10 in District 12-AAA play Thursday.

Brentwood was coming off a 3-0 sweep of Siegel on Wednesday.

Shaye Eggleston recorded 17 kills on .519 hitting and was one of three Lady Bruins with two aces on Thursday. Mary Oldham added nine kills and both Hollye Tate and Rylie Kael chipped in five kills apiece.

Piper Drazek collected 31 assists and high digs to lead Brentwood in both categories.

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