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EAGLES AVENGE EARLIER LOSS, DEFEAT ARMUCHEE 4-1 AT HOME
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Jose Reyes scored on two penalty kicks and the Coosa Eagles picked up a crucial Region 7-AA win over Armuchee, 4-0. Eric Chavez and Elian Morales each scored a goal, and Reyes added an assist in the victory. Keeper Juan Cornejo recorded eight saves in the shutout. Coosa (5-4, 4-3) plays at Darlington on Thursday while Armuchee travels to Model.
EAGLES DEFEAT DADE, 9-1

Jose Reyes and Elian Morales each recorded a hat trick Tuesday against Dade County as the Coosa Eagles rolled to a 9-1 Region 7-AA win at home.asdf

Aaron Camacho, Eric Chavez and Fabian Lopez added a goal each to the total, while Reyes had three assists and Noel Paz-Calderon, Camacho, Chavez and Lopez each recorded an assist.

Orlando Pizanno and Dakota Garrett split time in goal for Coosa (4-4, 3-3), which will next play at Chattooga on Thursday.



 



EAGLES LOSE OT THRILLER TO ARMUCHEE
By Tommy Romanach Sports Writer TRomanach@RN-T.com
The Armuchee and Coosa soccer teams were too evenly matched for only 80 minutes on the pitch Friday. They needed overtime, and some Armuchee heroics, for the games to reach their end.
The Lady Indians won a 3-2 thriller against Coosa as Rebekah Hammond scored a goal in the final minute of the second overtime period. Meanwhile, the Armuchee boys edged the Eagles 1-0 when Caleb Fuller scored in the first overtime to break a scoreless tie. Both games featured teams desperate to grab an important Region 7-AA win. “The games tonight couldn’t have been more evenly matched,” Coosa boys coach Randy Vice said. “The second half of the season is shaping up really good, everybody plays everybody twice and things can happen.” The girls’ game featured plenty of action, with Hammond’s two goals being the biggest key against a feisty Coosa squad. The game appeared destined for a shootout until Hammond clinched things on a breakaway. The game started with a goal from each team in the first 20 minutes, courtesy of Armuchee’s Brandy Ann Wacker and Coosa’s Jasmin Limon. The rest of the first half remained intense despite no goals scored, with each team getting plenty of chances. Hammond gave the Lady Indians (2-4, 1-2) their first lead with a goal with 19 minutes left, but Coosa knotted things again with a Kimberly Morales goal with just under 10 minutes. Down the stretch, the Lady Eagles (1-4, 1-4) tried their best to set offsides traps against Hammond to limit scoring chances. “I just try to stay on that line as well as I can,” Hammond said. “I know they are trying to boot it up to me, but sometimes I get too far up, so I just need to keep staying on that line.” But the senior finally caught her break in the final minute of the second overtime, bursting past the Armuchee defense at the perfect time and getting past the goalkeeper to knock the ball into an empty net. The boys’ side was filled with stout defensive play. Armuchee (3-1, 3-4) got a big boost from freshman goalkeeper Alex Lyle. He racked up 11 saves and shut down countless attempts from Coosa (3-4, 2-3) to break the shutout. “I have to mention the job our goalkeeper did tonight,” Armuchee coach Mark Dulaney said. “He made a couple of saves, and he was very vocal and he took charge when he needed to.”The game went almost 85 minutes without a goal as both teams struggled to find a consistent rhythm with the ball. But Armuchee’s Caleb Farmer slipped a shot past the goalkeeper near the end of the first overtime, and the defense held strong from there.
Armuchee hosts Chattooga’s squads Monday, while Coosa’s teams will take on Dade County on Tuesday at home.


EAGLES FALL TO MODEL
Logan Burdette scored in the opening minute for Model and the Blue Devils fought a tough Coosa squad to a 2-0 Region 7-AA win on Tuesday. Nathan Weaver scored in the 18th minute for what would become the game’s final goal. Tee Jarrard got the assist on both goals. Model keeper Leonel Bello recorded seven saves. Model (3-3, 1-1) hosts Darlington on Thursday while Coosa (3-3, 2-2) plays at Armuchee on Friday.

EAGLES LOSE HEARTBREAKER TO DARLINGTON, 2-1

A large crowd at Eagle Stadium saw the home team fight hard against a strong Darlington squad before falling 2-1.  Jose Vazques scored the lone goal for the Eagles.  Juan Cornejo had 13 assists.  Fabian Lopez led the Eagle defense.

EAGLES DEFEAT DADE 7-0
Jose Reyes had three goals and an assist while Aaron Camacho added two goals and an assist, and the Coosa boys defeated Dade County, 7-0, in a Region 7-AA contest.
Fabian Lopez added a goal and two assists, Erik Chavez scored a goal, and Daniel Vines recorded three assists in the match, while keeper Juan Cornejo had three saves.
Coosa (3-1, 2-0) hosts Darlington on Thursday evening

EAGLES FALL TO ROME
Angel Morente had a hat trick and the Rome boys’ soccer team added three late goals to post a 6-0 win over Coosa at Barron Stadium on Friday evening.
Morente, who also had an assist, led the Wolves’ charge, which also included goals from Jonny Reyes, Edgar Blanco and Eduardo Zavala.
Rome (4-0-1) also had assists from Jonny Reyes, Riley Williams, Conor Kelly and Daniel Reyes.
Daniel Quintata and Grant Chambers combined to post the shutout in goal.
Coosa (2-1) had keeper Juan Cornejo work tough for seven saves before being subbed out in the second half.
“These kids know each other and a lot of them went to elementary school together, so it’s always good to get them together to play each other,” Coosa coach Randy Vice said.
Rome will host Woodland on Tuesday evening at Barron Stadium for its first Region 7A-AAAAA match of the season, while Coosa will host Gordon Central.

EAGLES DEFEAT ROCKMART 8-0
From Rome News-Tribune staff reports
The Coosa boys’ soccer team earned an 8-0 shutout against Chattooga at home Thursday, improving to 2-0 on the season. Noel Paz-Calderson and Aaron Comacho scored in the first half to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead at halftime. In the second half, Fabian Lopez, Comacho, Daniel Vines, Erik Chavez, Oscar Zacarias and Jose Reyes each scored goals for the Eagles. Marvin Domingo had two assists for the Eagles, and Comacho, Chavez and Reyes each had one assist. Orlando Pizanno had two saves for Coosa in the first half, and Juan Cornejo had nine saves in the second half.

EAGLES OPEN 2016 SEASON WITH WIN

Posted: Tuesday, February 9, 2016 12:26 am
From Rome News-Tribune staff reports

The Coosa boys’ soccer team got the season off to a strong start Monday with a 6-0 shutout against Rockmart. Leading the Eagles (1-0) were led by
Jose Vasquez with two goals and 1 assist, Eric Chaves with two goals, Jose Reyes with one goal, Nohel Paz with one goal and two assists, and Fabian Lopez, Jonathan Reyes, Daniel Vines and Aaron Camacho with one assist each.

Vice Returns to Coosa Soccer


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Longtime Coosa High School soccer coach Randy Vice returns as head boys coach for the 2016 season.  Vice will be serving along with former Armuchee Girls Head Coach Ben Windom.  2015 Coach Ruben Maldonado resigned his position as head coach due to a family situation which required more of his attention.  Coach Maldonado stated in a meeting with the team" I am extremely sad but confident that his decision was what was best for his family. You guys are family but your true family has to come first".   Coach Vice stated to the assembled players "  Coach Maldonado is an outstanding coach who has just modeled to  you the role of a man, a father, and a husband.  I look forward to coaching again, especially with Coach Windom, however, I wish it were under a different set of circumstances."  Maldonado was 8-2 at Coosa in 2015.    Vice, the first coach at Coosa, is 217-120-16 at Coosa .  Coach Windom took the Armuchee Girls took the Sweet 16 and also served as a boy's assistant under Don Bettler.
Maldonado thanked Coosa coach Trevor Hubbard and Vice for helping with the transition.  Maldonado continues his role as an excellent Spanish teacher and mentor at CHS.