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City prep roundup: Hayden, Cair Paravel soccer post victories

By RICK PETERSON

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Cair Paravel Latin got a pair of goals and an assist from sophomore Katherine Keys as the Lions rolled to a 5-0 win over Heritage Christian on Tuesday.

The Lions, who improved to 4-3, also got goals from Sage Schwartz, Zahra Lewis and Allison Schwarz.

Sawyer Schwartz got the shutout in goal for the Lions.

CAIR PARAVEL LATIN 5, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 0

Cair Paravel             2 3 -- 5

Heritage Christian  0 0 -- 0

Cair Paravel -- Goals: Keys 2, Sage Schwartz, Lewis, Allison Schwarz  Assists: Keys. Shutout – Sawyer Schwartz

Hayden soccer remains unbeaten 

Sophomore Jill Lenherr scored the game's only goal off an assist from senior Kate Roeder as Hayden improved to 5-0-1 with a 1-0 non-league victory over Baldwin.

Senior Macy Smith and junior Hannah Schmitz combined for the shutout in goal for the Wildcats.

HAYDEN 1,  BALDWIN  0

Hayden   0 1 -- 1

Baldwin  0 0 -- 0

Hayden -- Goal: Lenherr. Assist:  Roeder. Shutout: Smith/Schmitz.

Cusicks3Topeka West Myles Cusick (right) and Ian Cusick won the doubles championship in last Saturday's Goddard Invitational. [Submitted]

Cusicks win doubles title at Goddard

Topeka West juniors Ian and Myles Cusick captured the doubles championship in the Goddard Invitational, topping Andover Central in the championship match.

Senior Gavin Chavez and junior Carter Cool beat McPherson to take third place in doubles for the Chargers.

West sophomore James Maag placed ninth in singles.

The Chargers' next meet is the Topeka West Invitational on April 19 at Kossover Tennis Center.