HOW HE FARED: McCartney scored the Wildcats' only two goals in a win over rival Augusta Prep. Earlier in the week, he scored the deciding goal in a 2-1 win over Mount de Sales, the top-ranked team in the Georgia Independent Schools Association. He also had a combined three goals and five assists against John Milledge and Tattnall Square.
MCCARTNEY ON MCCARTNEY: "Any time we play (Augusta Prep) it always ends up being really close, so we knew we were going to have to come out and play our best ... Going into that game I was feeling pretty good. I felt like I was going have a good game ... I have to give the guys on my team a lot of the credit. They set the plays up and I just finished them off."
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING: "As one of our captains, Will is a leader and a big part of the scoring on our team. ... I shifted his position this year to forward and it really hasn't affected him at all. His goal-scoring and assists are the same as last year." -- Westminster coach Mike Freace
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