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Boys lacrosse has excellent opening week

The boys lacrosse team had a great opening week to the season with the JV beating Roswell, 7-6, Hillgrove, 11-3 and North Cobb 14-2 while the Varsity defeated Hillgrove 14-2 and North Cobb 19 -2.  They have their first home game on March 1st when they host North Paulding.  JV at 5:55 and Varsity at

Pope High School Girls Varsity Soccer beat Whitewater High School 4-1

Friday, February 26, 2016 6:00 PM Pope High School AWAY 4 Whitewater High School HOME 1 Game Recap The girls had a big win against Whitewater. Taylor Meneide scored first from the top of the 18 yard box to get the 1-0 lead going into halftime. Alex Grace scored the second goal off a free

JV Boys Lacrosse on a tear to open the season

The JV Boys lacrosse team completed the route of Hillgrove last night with an 11 – 3 victory in the frozen tundra of West Cobb.  Coach Sullivan led the team to their second win in as many nights, having beaten a tough and scrappy Roswell team Wednesday night 7 – 6.  The JV Hounds are

Pope High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse beat North Cobb High School 19-1

Thursday, February 25, 2016 7:30 PM North Cobb High School AWAY 1 Pope High School HOME 19 Game Recap A very balanced scoring attack lifted the Lady Hounds of the Warriors. 9 ladies contributed to the scoring frenzy. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 North Cobb 1 – – – Pope 14 5 – –

Pope wins big in season opener

The Pope boys lacrosse team began their march toward the playoffs with an impressive season opening 14 – 2 victory over the Hillgrove Hawks on the road.  The greyhounds will be in action again Friday when they travel to North Cobb to take on the Warriors in the first area contest of the season.  They

Pope High School Girls Junior Varsity Soccer beat Westminster School 7-0

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 6:00 PM Westminster School AWAY 0 Pope High School HOME 7 Game Recap The JV Girls were on the attack all night. Nicole Icen scored a hat trick, Gabi Hobbs had 2 goals, and Bella Poage and Abbey Woods had 1 each. Lydia Seremba and Abby McKinley combined for the shutout.