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Three girls soccer teams headed to Final Four Tuesday night

Fayette County's dominance in girls soccer continued, as three teams moved on to the Final Four over the weekend. The Starr's Mill Lady Panthers shut out Riverwood 2-0, while the Whitewater Lady Wildcats dominated Allatoona 12-2. Starr's Mill travels to Whitewater Tuesday night at 5:30 for a semifinal matchup. The McIntosh Lady Chiefs blanked Northview 3-0, and will host Northgate Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. This is the Lady Chiefs fourth straight Final Four appearance and they will be playing for a chance to win their third straight state title.

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