THOMASVILLE — Thomas County Central’s boys and girls soccer teams had little trouble on Tuesday with Region 1-AAAA rival Bainbridge.

Playing at Thomas County Stadium, the Lady Jackets won 7-0 and the Yellow Jackets won 3-0.

“Ever since losing to Lee County last week, the girls just want to play great soccer,” Central (7-2-1, 3-2) girls coach Nick Haskin said. “We moved a few positions around to try to figure out some things. Of course, the girls just have confidence right now with the way that they’re playing.”

Among those switching positions was Meka Revels, who moved to forward from left defender. The move paid off on Tuesday with Revels scoring three goals.

“Of course, having Meka up front with her speed is definitely key for our team right now, to be able to have the (threat) of a breakaway with that speed,” the coach said. “It’s actually opening up Ivey (Singletary) on the right side, too.”

Revels also had one assist. Alyssa Denton added two goals for the Lady Jackets. Singletary finished with one goal and one assist, as did Mikalah Guyton. Taylor Benton added four assists.

Central’s boys had balanced scoring with Montavious Diaz, Charlie Davis and Reese Winton tallying goals. Marcus Diaz had two assists, and Tyler Strickland finished with one assist.

“We played pretty good,” Central boys coach Jonathan Carroll said. “We just got it done.”

Central (5-1-1, 4-0) keeper Bryan Jensen recorded the shutout.

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