Adairsville goalkeeper Havyn Isaac, left, breaks up a play by charging Woodland’s Kiersten Iruegas during Wednesday’s rivalry game at Tiger Valley. Isaac recorded eight saves in a 3-1 victory.
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The Adairsville girls soccer team didn’t get the win it was hoping for this week, as Monday’s Region 6-AAA contest with rival Calhoun was postponed until April 18. However, the Tigers did get the opportunity to play, and beat, another familiar foe.
Adairsville welcomed Bartow County brethren Woodland to Tiger Valley on Wednesday and rallied for a 3-1 victory over the Wildcats.
Molly Plott scored on a breakaway for Woodland in the sixth minute, but Adairsville had a quick response. Kaylee Jordan tucked away the equalizer off an assist from Cat Wheeler in the 11th minute.
A quarter of an hour later, Wheeler scored herself with Sadye Johnson providing the assist to send the home team into halftime holding a 2-1 edge. In the 65th minute, Jordan scored her second goal off an Emma Collins assist.
Adairsville senior Havyn Isaac recorded eight saves in goal.
Neither team will play until after next week’s spring break. Woodland (2-10-1) will travel to Paulding County on April 9, and Adairsville (9-2-1) will head to Trion on April 11.