The Banks County High School soccer teams celebrated senior night last week and are working harder and are more together as the season goes on. The Lady Leopards lost to East Jackson 1-9 and to Oglethorpe 1-5 last week. The Leopards pulled out a victory over East Jackson with a penalty kick and beat Oglethorpe 2-1.
"Tuesday, we lost to East Jackson but they girls played great,” Coach Lauren Calloway said. “They never gave up and are improving each day. We had a game last night with Oglethorpe and lost but the girls are improving every game and really coming together as a team. I am proud of the progress they have made."
Coach Michael Boomer said: " It proved to be a good week for the boys soccer team, we finally started playing as a team. We won on senior night against East Jackson with a shootout win. Adan Gonzalez saved four out of six shots in the shootout, and scored the winning penalty kick."
BCHS followed up with a two to one win over Oglethorpe.
"We started slow but after a few adjustments we shut everything down,” Boomer said. “Goals by Koewy Heu and Mark Loggins sealed this win for us,.
The Leopards have a junior varsity game and two region games after spring break. BCHS must win April 11, Wednesdays game against Rabun to qualify for the region playoffs.