"We gave outstanding effort but were unable to beat a very good Chattahoochee team," head coach Kyle Morgan said.
Chattahoochee opened the scoring on a corner kick in the first half, but Woodland responded within five minutes on a goal by Alexis Velasquez, with an assist by Amber Fuller.
The score remained tied at 1-all until about halfway through the second half, when the Lady Cougars scored their second goal. This time, however, the Lady Wildcats (5-9, 2-5 in Region 7-AAAA) didn't answer and Chattahoochee scored again in the 68th and 76th minutes of the game.
"Chattahoochee (9-4, 7-0 in the region) is a very good, physical team that is made up of many high-level club soccer players," Morgan said. "They are undefeated in our region for a reason. The girls played extremely hard and were tied or within a goal for the majority of the match.
"We didn't lose the game because of a lack of desire to compete. We lost to a team that was a little bit better than us at this stage of our development."
Woodland's girls next play at home Tuesday against Northwest Whitfield.
The game also will be middle school night for South Central and Woodland Middle School girls soccer teams.
"We look forward to getting as many of the middle school girls out to the game as possible," Morgan said.