Basketball

Basketball

-The Red Bud junior varsity boys team capped off its season with the Bartow-Gordon Middle School Athletic Association (BGMSAA) region championship crown, taking out the Cass junior varsity squad 31-21 last Tuesday. Brant Bryant led the team in scoring once again, totaling 14 points. Rounding out the scoring was Dawson Townsend and Jaxon Pate with six, Zevyn Ferguson with three and Easton Childs with two.

-The junior varsity Lady Phoenix also fought its way to the BGMSAA region championship contest, but came up just short of victory 26-25 against the Calhoun Lady Jackets junior varsity unit. Diana Smith racked up 10 points for Red Bud, while Taylor West chipped in seven.

Soccer

-The Calhoun boys soccer team topped Adairsville in a 10-0 route on the soccer pitch. Cristian Delgado opened the scoring, and later knocked in another goal. Michael Lopez was able to deposit four shots past the keeper, including a phenomenal bicycle kick. Angel Santiago controlled the wing all night, providing multiple assists for the Jackets. Kelvin Orellana, Dylan De Leon and Alexis Villalobos also found the back of the net. Carlos Oroszco, Viktor Trujillo, Juan Mendez and Jerry Ordonez provided the keeper, Jonathan (Chama) Torres with excellent protection all night. Overall, it was a stellar start for the Jackets.

-The Red Bud Middle School girls soccer team dominated Valley Point Middle 5-0 in its second match. Olivia Beach racked up three goals and Emma Hamilton added two more. Madison Abernathy also turned in a great game with multiple shots on goal.

-The Red Bud boys soccer team kicked off the season with a 2-1 loss to Eastbrook. Payton Kankaala had an impressive first start in goal by making several saves. Jaden Castillo drilled the first goal of the season from a cross sent in by Eli Walraven.

Tennis

-The Red Bud boys tennis team defeated Adairsville 4-1, with wins coming from the three singles players Seth Hare, Brant Bryant and Josiah Vincent. Ian Martin and Cole Cavin won No. 1 doubles.

-The Lady Phoenix came up a little short with a 2-3 loss. Hadley Harper won at No. 1 singles, and Joanna Gillette and Reese Davis won at No. 2 doubles.