NORCROSS — Class AA No. 2 Greater Atlanta Christian routed Buford, ranked third in AAA, 7-0 Friday in girls soccer.
Danielle Marcano and Reagan Glisson each scored three goals for the Spartans (3-1). Heather Ferrari added a goal and Melissa Gray had the shutout in net for GAC.
Mountain View 8, Berkmar 2
LAWRENCEVILLE — Ashley Lewis scored four goals to lead Mountain View to an 8-2 win over Berkmar Friday night.
Amelia Langford and Ansley Roley each scored two goals for the Bears (2-0).
Grayson 2, Flowery Branch 2
FLOWERY BRANCH — Grayson tied Flowery Branch 2-2 Friday night. Chelsea Norton and Melissa Longmore scored for the Rams (2-0-1).
Dacula 8, Meadowcreek 0
NORCROSS — Dacula improved to 2-1 on the season with an 8-0 win over Meadowcreek Friday.
Lauren Vick, Katie McAdams and Sabrina Seibel each scored two goals for the Falcons. Valeria Bermeo and Sheyenne Powell each scored once for Dacula.
Providence 1, Wesleyan 0
NORCROSS — Providence Christian defeated Wesleyan 1-0 Friday night.
Brittany Tuttle scored the game-winner for the Storm (2-0). Anna Lee Garner had 13 saves to record the shutout for Providence.
Duluth 4, Lanier 2
SUGAR HILL — Duluth defeated Lanier 4-2 Friday night. Nikolai Iotov scored twice and Eri Valazquez and Noah Gregoire each tallied a goal for the Wildcats (2-0).
Hebron Christian 5, Vidalia 2
LAWRENCEVILLE — Sarah Boyd scored three goals to lead Hebron Christian to a 5-2 win over Vidalia Friday night.
Alex Probst and Hannah Hardin each had a goal for the Lions (2-1).
Collins Hill 1, Houston County 1
SUWANEE — Collins Hill tied Houston County 1-1 Friday night.
Paige Hoover scored for the Eagles on an assist from Lexi Smith. Michaela Routh and Tia Jones gave Collins Hill (1-1-1) a strong defensive effort.
Duluth 3, Lanier 0
SUGAR HILL — Hannah Huizenga scored two goals to help lift Duluth to a 3-0 win over Lanier Friday night.
Sarah Miller added a goal for the Wildcats (2-0). Tiffany Sornpao posted the shutout in net for Duluth.
Peachtree Ridge 2, Harrison 1 PK
KENNESAW — Peachtree Ridge defeated Harrison 2-1 on penalty kicks Friday night.
The game ended in a 1-1 tie in regulation. The Lions' Jung Nam provided the lone goal for Peachtree Ridge. In penalty kicks, the Lions won 4-3 with Rodrigo Landa netting the deciding goal.
Meadowcreek 4, Dacula 1
NORCROSS — Gerardo Gomez had two goals to lead Meadowcreek to a 4-1 win over Dacula Friday.
Chris Morgan and Christian Hernandez each scored a goal for the Mustangs (1-1).
Berkmar 2, Mountain View 1
LAWRENCEVILLE — Berkmar defeated Mountain View 2-1 Friday night. Kyle Chesler scored on a deflection for the Bears (0-2).
Hebron Christian 3, Vidalia 1
LAWRENCEVILLE — Hebron Christian defeated Vidalia 3-1 Friday with goals from Bailey Pinto, Cole Redman and Andrew Thompson.
It was the season opener for the Lions.
Wesleyan 3, Providence 0
NORCROSS — Austin Pack recorded the shutout as Wesleyan broke open the game in the second half to defeat Providence Christian 3-0 Friday.
The teams were scoreless at the half before the Wolves (1-1) broke through. Carter Kuehn scored twice, Will Sharon added a goal and Cort Coxhead had three assists to lead Wesleyan.
South Gwinnett 6, Apalachee 0
SNELLVILLE — South Gwinnett picked up its first victory of the season with a 6-0 win over Apalachee Friday.
Myles Barber and Erasmus Freeman each had three goals. Max Catamaglia had the shutout in net for the Comets (1-2).
Grayson 2, Flowery Branch 0
FLOWERY BRANCH — Grayson blanked Flowery Branch 2-0 Friday night.
Juan Pablo Munoz and Ryan Sanders each scored a goal for the Rams (2-1). Danny Conlin recorded the shutout in goal for Grayson.
GAC 4, Buford 0
NORCROSS — Ryan Marcano scored two goals to lead Greater Atlanta Christian to a 4-0 win over Buford Friday night.
Nash Wagnon and Will Hamryka each had a goal for the Spartans (4-0).
Wesleyan 13, GAC 5
NORCROSS — Lindsay Moore scored six goals and Meredith DiStasi made 12 saves to lift Wesleyan to a 13-5 win over Greater Atlanta Christian in its season opener Friday.
Duluth 18, Mountain View 11
DULUTH — Duluth opened its season with an 18-11 win over Mountain View Friday night. Rebecca Graham, Jessica Seaonne and Mary-Mikell Botting each had four goals for the Wildcats.
North Gwinnett 20, Archer 4
SUWANEE — North Gwinnett improved to 2-0 with a 20-4 win over Archer on Friday.
Lauren Aycock scored five goals while Jillian Polanski and Liz Blumthal each added three goals for the Bulldogs.
Peachtree Ridge 8, Alpharetta 4
SUWANEE — Peachtree Ridge improved to 2-0 on the season with a 8-4 win over Alpharetta Friday night.
Steven Lee, Michael Pinkstaff and Jacob Lee each scored twice for the Lions.
Wesleyan 13, West Forsyth 12 OT
NORCROSS — Matt Zimmerman scored his game-high fourth goal in overtime to lift Wesleyan to a 13-12 win over West Forsyth Friday.
Josh Garrard and Wylie West each scored twice for the Wolves (2-0, 1-0).
GAC 12, Holy Innocents' 7
ATLANTA — Logan Moss and Britt Kennedy each scored three times to lead Greater Atlanta Christian to a 12-7 win over Holy Innocents' Friday night.
Justin Parker had two goals and Kevin Shrake and Brooks Rice combined to go 22 for 23 on face offs.
Grayson 11, Archer 3
LOGANVILLE — Grayson improved to 2-0 on the season with a 11-3 win over Archer Friday.
Matt McHugh led the Rams with four goals. Christian Brewer, Sharp Reynierson and Nate Peters each scored twice for Grayson.
Dacula 13, Cedar Shoals 3
DACULA — Dacula opened its season with a 13-3 win over Cedar Shoals Friday night.
Cooper Morgan had three hits and drove in three runs to lead the Falcons. Andrew Branning, Austin Collins, Dallas Richards and Garrett Medley each added two hits for Dacula.
Berkmar 14, Meadowcreek 2
LILBURN — Berkmar picked up its first win of the season with a 14-2 win over Meadowcreek Friday night.
Parker Oesterle picked up the win, throwing five innings and striking out 10. Jharol Delarosa had two hits and drove in three runs to lead the Patriots (1-2). Carlos Perez also drove in three runs and Michael Rodriguez had two hits and four RBIs for Berkmar.
North Gwinnett 8, Archer 6
SUWANEE — Tucker Baca pitched four innings and struck out seven to lead North Gwinnett to a 8-6 win over Archer.
Ben Carswell hit a three-run home run for the Bulldogs (1-0). Avery Kenyon and Devin Mitchell each had two hits for North Gwinnett.
Duluth 12, Johnson 7
GAINESVILLE — Ryan Calvert had two hits, including a home run, and drove in three runs to lift Duluth to a 12-7 win over Johnson Friday night.
Andrew Gamble had three hits and Jose Ponce pitched four innings to pick up the win for the Wildcats (1-2).