Woodland’s Sydney Molinaro gets past the Cedartown goalkeeper to score her team’s fifth goal in Wednesday’s 6-0 home win.
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Posted Wednesday, March 20, 2019 STAFF REPORT
The Woodland girls soccer team struck early (50 seconds into the game) and often (six times) to cruise to a much-needed, 6-0 win over Cedartown on Wednesday at Wildcat Stadium.
Tiera Feanny scored the quick opener to put Woodland in control. Grace Webb, who scored the Wildcats’ lone goal in Tuesday’s road defeat to Villa Rica, doubled the advantage midway through the first half.
Feanny followed with two goals in just more than five minutes to send Woodland into halftime with a comfortable 4-0 lead. Sydney Molinaro celebrated her birthday with a strike in the 48th minute, and Kiersten Iruegas set the final margin with a goal 18 minutes from the end of the match.
Following the non-region rout, Woodland (2-8-1) will look to carry the momentum into Region 7-AAAAA play, as East Paulding visits on Friday.