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CLASS 1A/3A GIRLS SEMIFINALS WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN 6, MADISON ACADEMY 0

WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN 6, MADISON ACADEMY 0
   
Sophomore Kylee Berndt scored three goals and junior Alexis Beard added two as undefeated Westbrook Christian (24-0-0) rolled into the 25th annual AHSAA State Soccer Finals with a 6-0 win over Madison Academy in Thursday’s Class 1A-3A semifinals.
    Coach Joel Hawbaker’s Warriors controlled the match from start to finish despite two interruptions caused by lightning delays. The victory sets up a battle of unbeaten Friday at 5 p.m. at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex in the 1A-3A girls finals versus Holy Spirit Catholic (16-0-0). All finals will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network Friday and Saturday. Cullman High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program will live-stream all four Class 6A and Class 7A boys’ and girls’ semifinals Friday as well.
     Mary Reid Goodwin and Makenna Beard had one assist each for Westbrook. Goalkeeper Mattie Loyd had one save as the Warriors defense limited the Mustangs (18-6-1) to just one shot on goal. MA goalkeeper Dejon Fletcher had five saves for Coach Rachel Farhat’s squad.

HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC  3, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY 2 (2 OT, 5-4 in Sudden Death)
    
Goalkeepers Blakley Jones of Holy Spirit Catholic and Dora Eskridge of Montgomery Academy battled through 80 regulation minutes, two five-minute overtime periods and then defended goal on six straight kicks in the shootout before finally meeting face to face in a final showdown.
      With the scored tied 2-2 after regulation and 4-4 after the first shootout, the two keepers deflected the sixth shot on goal by each squad to set up No. 7. Holy Spirit’s Elena Spence made her goal as the seventh player from Holy Spirit to take a shot. Montgomery Academy then sent Eskridge to the line and Jones deflected the goalkeeper’s kick to seal a 3-2 win for Coach Arthur Howington’s Titans.
    Holy Spirit (16-0-0) will play Westbrook Christian (24-0-0) in the Class 1A-3A girls’ state finals Friday at 5 p.m. here at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex. Jordan Richmond scored both goals in regulation for the Titans with both coming just five minutes apart in the second half.   Cari Budny had the contest’s first goal at 49:30 to give Montgomery Academy a 1-0 lead. After Jordan put Holy Spirit ahead 2-1, Tara Katz scored at 65:35 to tie the match.
     Jones finished with nine saves – and had three more important ones in the shootout.  Eskridge had four saves overall including two in the shootout.
    Scoring goals in the first shootout for Holy Spirit were Richmond, Lily Rogers, Marley Mills and Laura Spence.  Scoring goals for the Eagles were Gracie Trulove, Austyn Barnes, Katz and Maggie Chambers.

AHSAA Crowns 6 Boys’ & 3 Girls Champions As 68th State Golf Championships Conclude at Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE – Six boys’ golf teams and three girls’ squads captured state championships Tuesday as the 68th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association State Golf Championships concluded at the Robert T. Jones Hampton Cove Golf Course at Huntsville.
      Spain Park High School, coached by Brian Carter, followed Monday’s 3-under 285 with a 2-under 286 to finish five strokes under par with a 571 total to claim the Class 7A state boys’ title. Fairhope was second 14 strokes back at 585, followed by Auburn (590) and Vestavia Hills (596). The championship was the seventh for the Jaguars in school history.
     Vestavia freshman Austin Coggin recorded his second straight 2-under 70 to claim low medalist honors in the big-school completion with a 36-hole 140. Landon Carner of Spain Park and Addison Nix of Auburn finished one shot back at 141. Carner had the low round in 7A Tuesday shooting a 3-under 69.
    Sophomore Kyle Cornelius shot an AHSAA state tournament record 9-under 63 Tuesday for the tournament’s low round and helped St. Paul’s Episcopal shoot even par for the day en route to the 5A crown.
    Huntsville eighth grader Michaela Morard shot a 2-under 70 Tuesday to finish at 138, just one stroke off her record-tying total of 2015 as she claimed her second straight low medalist honors in the girls’ big-school (6A-7A) division. The Lady Panthers shot a 226 Tuesday to finish 13 strokes over par at 445 and won their first state girls’ crown. Emily Lankford shot 6-over 78 and finished second behind her teammate in second place individually. Savannah Johnson also carded a 78 and finished at 157 over 36 holes to round out the Huntsville scoring.
     Defending 6A/7A state champion Hoover was second at 452 with Spain Park (469) and Athens (484) closing out at 3 and 4.
     Others boys’ team winners were Providence Christian (1A/2A), Westbrook Christian (3A), UMS-Wright (4A), St. Paul’s Episcopal (5A) and Homewood (6A). White Plains won the 4A/5A girls’ championship for the second year in a row. Westbrook Christian won the 1A/3A girls’ division to give the Warriors a sweep for boys and girls.

CLASS 6A BOYS
   
Jack Poole and Jack Goldasich each shot even-par 72 Tuesday to spark Homewood to the Class 6A state championship. The Patriots of Coach Keat Litton had a two-day team total of 591 – 15 strokes over par. Homewood was just five over on Tuesday as Connor Doyal and Ben Harris shot 74 and 75, respectively, to round out the final round.
    Spanish Fort finished second just two shots back at 593. John Carroll Catholic was third at 615 and Chilton County, fourth with 660.
     Senior Charles Wood of Spanish Fort closed strong with at 2-under 70 and first-day leader senior Matt Lorenz of Gulf Shores shot a 73 as both finished tied for low medalist in 6A honors at 2-under 142 for the 36 holes.  John Snoddy of John Carroll Catholic had the best round of the 6A competition Tuesday coming in at 4-under 68 to finish at 145. Northview’s Christopher Owens and Cullman’s Luke Wilson had round of 70 and 72, respectively, to finish tied for third one shot back at 143.

CLASS 5A BOYS
   
St. Paul’s Episcopal, coached by Sandy Santoli, shot even-par 288 for the low round team-wise for the day and captured the 5A boys’ title with a 7-undrr 583.  Russellville was second at 604 with Guntersville (629) and Central of Clay County (650) finishing 3-4.
   Sophomore Kyle Cornelius rebounded from an 84 Monday to shoot a 63 – the best round in state tournament history. William Sellers of Montgomery Academy shot 64 in 2012 for the previous low round.   Cornelius finished at 147, 11 strokes behind Mortimer Jordan junior Garrett Johnson. Johnson followed Monday’s 69 with an even more impressive 67 to finish as low medalist with 8-under 136 – just three strokes off the state record of 133 set by Patrick Martin of Spain Park (2015), Brooks Rabren of Straughn (2015) and Robby Shelton of Dt. Paul’s (2013).
    Russellville senior Eli Hodges was second over at 3-undrr 141. He had a 70 Tuesday.
   
CLASS 4A BOYS
 
UMS-Wright won its 22nd state golf championship since the Bulldogs’ first in 1971 with a two-day 598 total to claim the 4A title. Finishing second was Trinity Presbyterian 39 strokes back at 637. White Plains (641) and Oneonta (641) tied for third. Coach Adam Boehm’s squad placed two golfers in the top three.  Andrew Graves had a 1-over 73 Tuesday and Layton Bussey of White Plains shot a 2-under 70 as both finished 1-over 145 to tie for low medalist.
  UMS-Wright’s J.P. Cave and Oneonta’s Stewart Miller each carded a 76 to finish tied for third at 148. Bussey’s 70 was the low round of the day in Class 4A.

CLASS 3A BOYS
    
Low medalist John Catanzaro of Westbrook Christian followed Monday’s blistering 66 with a 3-over 75 to finish at 3-under 141 for the tourney as Coach Edward Brookins’ Warriors won the 3A state title for the second year in a row with a 612 team total.  William Wetherington shot even-par 72 for Westbrook’s best round and the only par or better round in the 3A competition Tuesday.
    Indian Springs finished second with a 639, 26 strokes behind the winners.  Bayside Academy (656) was third and Glencoe (660) was fourth.
     Jack Sims of Glencoe shot a 74 Tuesday to finish at 146 and claimed individual runner-up honors.     

CLASS 1A/2A BOYS
    
Providence Christian shot 300 as a team Tuesday, one stroke better than Monday’s 301, and won the 1A/2A state championship by 25 strokes over runner-up Decatur Heritage (626). Houston Academy (629) was third and Donoho (680), fourth.
     Thomas Ponder and Thomas Speigner each shot 1-over 73 Tuesday to lead the Eagles of Coach Emory Latta. Ponder finished tied at 147 with Sam Murphy of Decatur Heritage and Spencer Arnold of St. Luke’s Episcopal as the trio finished nine strokes behind low medalist Ike Alexander of Mars Hill Bible. The junior shot two straight rounds of 69 to wind up with a 6-under 138 for the 36 holes. The 69 was the fourth best round overall in the tournament Tuesday.

CLASS 6A/7A GIRLS
   
The ladies turned in another impressive day as four golfers shot even par or better. Michaela Morard’s 70 gave her a 138 and one-stroke win over Athens’ Micheala Williams, who shot 3-under 69 to finish at 139.
     Fairhope senior Virginia Green closed out her impressive high school career with a 1-under 71 and two-day total 142 to finish third.
    For Huntsville, coached by Clifford Pate, the two-day total of 445 was just 13 strokes over par.
    The 21 girls in the 6A/7A field averaged just 78.97 collectively over the two days with four eagles, 78 birdies and 158 pars registered in all the rounds. The tournament was the 45th for the girls in AHSAA history.

CLASS 4A/5A GIRLS
      Coach Marcus Harrell’s White Plains girls shot 243-241—484 to win the state crown for the second year in a row.  UMS-Wright (535), Demopolis (570) and Russellville (604) finished 2-3-4.
      Helena’s Grayson Gladden shot 2-under 70 for the best round of the competition and earned low medalist honors with a 3-over 147.  Anna Reid of Demopolis shot 74 Tuesday and finished three shots back at 150. Layne Dyar had White Plains’ best effort with a 79-78—157.

CLASS 1A/3A GIRLS
  
Westbrook Christian, coached by Misti Fairchild, made it sweep for the Warriors as the girls followed the boys to the winner’s circle. Last off the course Tuesday, Westbrook won the 1A/3A girls’ state championship with two consistent rounds. The Warriors shot 263 Monday and 264 Tuesday to finish at 527. Winfield was second 11 strokes back at 538. Bayside Academy was third at 576 and Clements (711) was fourth.
    First-day leader Jacksonville Christian’s Chloe Borders shot a low-round 81 Tuesday and won 1A/3A medalist honors with 15-over 159. She won by four strokes over Mars Hill Bible’s Hannah Pope (163), who shot an 82 Tuesday. Ellie Porter was fourth overall for Westbrook recording rounds of 84-85 for 169. Bayside Academy’s Tori Roush shot an 83 Tuesday – bettering her Monday total (103) by 20 strokes and finished 10th overall.


68th AHSAA State Golf Championships Westbrook Christian’s Catanzaro Shoots 66 to Lead Red-Hot Field after 18 Holes

    HUNTSVILLE – Westbrook Christian junior John Catanzaro shot a 6-under 66 Monday to lead the individual field, and Spain Park High School blistered Hampton Cove Golf Club’s course for a 3-under team 285 Monday to turn in the best team score as the first round of the AHSAA 68th annual Golf Championships concluded.
    Huntsville’s Hampton Cove, one of tourist favorites on the state’s Robert Trent Jones Trail, was no match for Catanzaro, who helped Westbrook build an 11-shot lead in Class 3A with a team 303. A host of golfers, including seven in Class 7A turned in par or better over the first 18 holes.
    The state championships will conclude Tuesday with the final round of the 36-hole tournament – with state champions to be crowned in six boys’ divisions and three girls divisions.
     Senior Thomas Luther led Coach Brian Carter’s Jaguars with a 3-under 69 – but held a slim 1-stroke lead over Auburn junior Addison Nix, who fired a 2-under 70. Spain Park senior Conley Miller and sophomore Landon Carner shot 71 and 72 while sophomore Reed Hereford was 1-over at 73 to round out the Jags’ team total.
     Senior Harrison Mink of Oak Mountain and Vestavia Hills freshman Austin Coggin also shot a 70, followed by Mountain Brook senior Harlan Winn’s 71.
     Fairhope trailed Spain Park by 12 strokes despite a solid 9-over 297 team total. Auburn was one stroke back at 298 and Vestavia Hills closed at 301.
    Mars Hill Bible junior Ike Alexander, Mortimer Jordan senior Garrett Johnson and Gulf Shores senior Matt Lorenz also carded 2-under 69’s in the first round Monday in Class 1A/2A, 5A and 6A, respectively.
    In the girls’ competition, eighth grader Michaela Morard shot the best round of the day, 4-under 68, to lead the girls’ 6A/7A competition. She won last year’s low medalist honors with a 7-under 137 total.
    Complete results can be found at the following link: http://www.alabamagolf.org/ahsaa-championships.
    A recap of the first-day action in all divisions is below.

CLASS 1A/2A BOYS
   Providence Christian of Dothan held a 14-stroke lead over city rival Houston Academy after Monday’s first round. The Eagles fired a 13-over 301 and the Raiders were 27 strokes over at 315. Decatur Heritage was third at 318 and Donoho, fourth, at 339.
     Mars Hill Bible junior Ike Alexander fired a 3-under 69 to take the 1A/2A individual lead heading into Tuesday’s final round.  Hal Dove of Houston Academy was right behind at even-par 72.  St. Luke’s Episcopal’s Thomas Ponder and Providence’s Chase Smith were five strokes off the lead at 2-over 74.
CLASS 3A BOYS
  
Westbrook teammate Harrison Martin complemented Catanzaro’s 66 with an even-par 72 as the Warriors shot 303 – 15 over as a team.  Indian Springs was second at 314, Bayside Academy followed with 331, and Glencoe was fourth at 338.
    Chandler Pulliam of Indian Springs carded a 1-under 71, and Jack Sims of Glencoe shot an even par 72.

CLASS 4A BOYS
  
UMS-Wright shot 4-over 292 to hold a 20-stroke lead over Oneonta (312). Trinity Presbyterian was third at 317 and White Plains fourth at 320.
     J.P Cave and Andrew Graves each shot even-par 72 for the Bulldogs from Mobile. Oneonta’s Stewart Miller and Colby Chaviers had 72 and 73, respective, and three others were two shots off the individual lead at 74.
CLASS 5A BOYS
    St. Paul’s Episcopal of Mobile shot 7-over as a team to finish at 295, four strokes ahead of Russellville’s 299 total.   Guntersville had 319 and Clay County, 331, to round out the team scoring.
    Senior Garrett Johnson of Mortimer Jordan shot 3-under 69 to claim the first-day individual lead. Russellville senior Eli Hodges, who fired an AHSAA state-record tying 62 in section play two weeks ago, followed with a 1-under 71 to trail Johnson by two strokes. Hodges’ senior teammate Triston Tubb, St. Paul’s sophomore Will McFadden and senior Noble Smith each carded even-par 72 and are just three strokes off the lead after 18 holes.

CLASS 6A BOYS
   Spanish Fort shot 2-over as a team to close at 290 after round one and leads Class 6A heading into Tuesday’s final 18 holes.  Homewood was eight strokes back at 298, John Carroll Catholic was third at 314 and Chilton County was fourth at 331.
   Five golfers were bunched at the top shooting par or better with senior Matt Lorenz of Gulf Shores finishing with a 3-under 69 to take the individual lead.  Sophomore Padraic Sim of Spanish Fort was 2-under 70, Cullman senior Luke Wilson was two strokes back at 1-under 71, Homewood sophomore Jack Goldasich and Spanish Fort senior Charles Wood each followed at even-par 72.

CLASS 6A/7A GIRLS
   
Defending Class 6A/7A low medalist Michaela Morard turned in the low score of the day with a 4-under 68 and Huntsville shot 3-over as a team to take the first-day lead with a team 219 total. The top three scores are totaled in the girls’ competition.
    Hoover was second after round one at 9-over 225, Spain Park shot 238 and Athens, 243.
    Morard, an eighth grader, holds a 2-stroke lead over Athens’ Micheala Williams, who fired a 2-under 70. Senior Virginia Green was three shots back with a 1-under 71, and Morard’s teammate Emily Lankford shot even par 72.
CLASS 4A/5A GIRLS
   
Defending state champion White Plains shot a 27-over 243 to hold a 31-stroke lead over Demopolis in the 4A/5A division Monday.  UMS-Wright also shot 277 and Russellville, 304. Trinity Presbyterian’s Sophie Burks had the low round with a 1-over 73. Anna Reid of Demopolis was three shots back at 76, Helena’s Grayson Gladden and Brooks’ Anna Fassnacht were four shots back at 77.  Layne Dyar led White Plains with a first-day 79.
CLASS 1A/3A GIRLS
  
Jacksonville Christian’s Chloe Borders was the individual leader with 4-over 78.  Mars Hill Bible’s Hannah Pope posted an 81 and Jordan Clark of Winfield fired an 83. Westbrook Christian was the team leader after the first day with a 263. Winfield was 11 strokes back in second place at 274, followed by Bayside Academy (288) and Clements (371).

State Champions Crowned in 4 Classes At State Track Championships in Gulf Shores

   GULF SHORES – UMS-Wright captured is eighth straight AHSAA Class 4A state boys’ track title in a row Saturday as the 92nd annual championships concluded at Gulf Shores Sports Complex.
    Coach Pat Galle’s boys posted 86 points to edge runner-up Dadeville (82) by four points in what turned out to be one of the most competitive outdoor state track and field meets in the AHSAA’s long history.
     The Bulldogs now have 22 boys’ championships. UMS-Wright’s girls  also won the 4A girls’ title with 138 points. Brooks was second with 89.   It was the Mobile school’s 15th overall and sixth in the last seven years.
    Hoover won the Class 7A girls championship scoring 171 points – doubling runner-up Mountain Brook’s 84 points. Coach Devon Hind’s Lady Bucs have won the big-school state crown sixth of the last seven years and own both 7A titles.  Homewood, coached by Thomas Esslinger, won its third 6A state girls’ championship in a row scoring 102.50 points with runner-up Pelham right behind with 98.50. Walker was third with 82.50. St. Paul’s Episcopal’s girls, coached by Jim Tate, took first place in Class 5A with 123 points. Beauregard finished second with 90.
    On the boys’ side, Coach Dan Norton’s Auburn Tigers won the 7A state championship for the second year in a row outscoring runner-up Hoover 130-95. Hewitt-Trussville was third with 94 points.  Opelika, coached by Jimmy Johnson, also won the 6A boys’ title for the second straight year. The Bulldogs had 113 points and runner-up Homewood, 70.
   Thompson High School senior Emmanuel Tait captured firsts in the 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter intermediate hurdles and 100-meter dash – besting his own Class 7A records in each event. He won the 110 hurdles with a winning time of 14.0 seconds – 12/100ths of second better than the 14.12 time he had last year in the 7A competition. He broke that record Friday, however, in the prelims with a 13.90 time.
    He broke his own 7A record (38.83) in the 300 hurdles with a 37.90 time in Saturday’s finals. Triaon Poellnitz of Auburn (38.27) and Marion Humphrey of Hoover (38.30) also bettered Tait’s 2015 record to finish 2-3.  Tait clocked 10.93 to win the 100-meter finals Saturday – giving him 30 points personally  in three individual events.
    Brittley Humphrey of Hoover tied her own 7A record with her 42.46-second winning time in the 300-meter hurdles, and broke her own 7A record (13.74) in the 100-meter hurdles with a winning time of 13.49 seconds.  Teammate Caitlyn Little  was a close second at 13.79.
   Some other highlights from Saturday’s competition at Gulf Shoes included:

CLASS 7A GIRLS
800-Meter Run:
Presley Weems of Hoover broke her own 7A state record (2:12.53) running 2:08.99 to win the event Saturday. Her winning also became the best in AHSAA state meet history.
4x100-Meter Relay: Three relay teams bettered the 7A record set in 2015 with Hoover winning the event with a 47.23-second time. The Lady Bucs set the mark in 2015 at 48.03.  Auburn finished second Saturday running 47.51, and Sparkman was third at 47.87.
Shot Put: Huntsville’s Alana White and Thompson’s Sarah Owen each beat the existing 7A state record with throws of 39-07.75 and 38-02.25, respectively.
CLASS 6A GIRLS
100-Meter Dash:
Jayla Kirkland of Woodlawn clocked 12.12 to win the event. The time was just shy of her 6A state-record time of 11.47 set in 2014. Kirkland also won the 200-meter dash in 23.78 seconds, also just short of her own record (23.65) set in 2014 as well.
CLASS 5A GIRLS
300-Meter Hurdles:
Morgan O’Neal of Sylacauga won with a 43.89-second time, erasing her own  5A record (44.11) set last year.
CLASS 4A GIRLS: Brooks’ Erin Jewell won the discus with a 4A-record setting 132-01.25 toss. Her throw broke the previous record (129-02.50) set by Nikita Burnette of Lincoln in 1993.
100-Meter Dash (Para Ambulatory): Emily Frederick of Hokes Bluff clocked 23.09 for Hokes Bluff. She also threw the discus 44-03.
CLASS 7A BOYS
800-Meter Run:
Spain Park’s Daniel Nixon and Hoover’s Tommy McDonough finished 1-2 with both runners beating the Class 7A state record of 1:54.49 set by Nixon in 2015. Nixon won the event Saturday with 1:53.11 and McDonough ran 1:54.39.
4x100-Meter Relay: Auburn broke its own 7A record in the prelims with a time of 40.74 seconds, then followed with a 41.78 time to win the event for the second year in a row.
4x400-Meter Relay:
Central-Phenix City closed the state meet’s final race with a state 7A record time of 3:52.68 to win the event. James Clemens (3:53.34), Smiths Station (3:54.56) and Hoover (3:55.57) also beat the record set in 2015 by Hoover (3:55.65) as the race concluded with a photo finish.
 Javelin:  Class 7A record holder Will Macoy won the competition for the second year in a row with a winning throw of 191 feet, 1 inch. That distance fell just shy of his 196-06 mark set last year.
100-Meter Dash (Wheelchair): Colin Lafon of Hewitt-Trussville crossed the finish line in 37.96 seconds.
Discus (Wheelchair): Colin Lafon of Hewitt-Trussvville had a 26-02 for his best distance.
CLASS 6A BOYS
100-Meter Dash:
In perhaps the best race of the boys’ competition, Nathanaiel Huggins of Opelika won in 10.82 seconds with four more runners finishing  under 10.98.   Velus Jones of Vigor was second at 10.864, and Okeem Moore of Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa was third at 10.870.  Akeem Dudley of Park Crossing (10.93) and Deric Patton of Carroll-Ozark (10.98) rounded out the top five.
CLASS 4A BOYS
100-Meter Dash (Para Ambulatory):
Logan Langley of Hokes Bluff clocked 15.59 seconds for the Eagles.
Discus (Para Ambulatory): Hokes Bluff’s Logan Langley had a throw of 76-05, andf Nick Walls of Crossville had a toss of 59-01.

At AHSAA 1A/2A/3A Track Championships at Cullman Winfield, Cold Springs, St. Bernard Win Boys’ State Titles T.R. Miller, LaFayette, Whitesburg Christian Take Girls’ Crowns

   CULLMAN – Winfield High School and Whitesburg Christian won state track championships for the second year in a row as the 92nd annual AHSAA State Outdoor Track and Field Championships concluded at Cullman Saturday.
    Coach Steve Reaves’ Pirates totaled 97 points to win the Class 3A boys ‘ title. Montgomery Academy scored 64 to finish second and Greensboro (50) was third. Whitesburg Christian’s girls, coached by David McConnell, won their second consecutive Class 1A outdoor title with 109 points to edge Westminster of Oak Mountain, which totaled 103. St. Bernard was third with 98.50.
     St. Bernard, coached by Steven Calvert, also captured the boys’ state title with 138 points. Marion County finished second with 98, and Linden was third with 53.50.  Claiming the Class 2A boys’ championship was Cold Springs, coached by Claborn Campbell. The Eagles had 139 points and runner-up Falkville had 109.50. LaFayette was a close third with 102.
    Coach Corey Thornton’s LaFayette took home the Class 2A state crown scoring 110 points. Falkville had 96 to finish second and Mobile Christian was third with 83.  T.R. Miller, coached by Eddie Brundidge, was the Class 3A girls’ champs scoring 89 points. Cottage Hill Christian was second with 70.75. It was the third state title for T.R. Miller since 2011.
    Winfield junior Trey Cunningham shattered his own Class 3A 110-meter hurdles record (14.18) set in A015 Friday with a 13.42-second time in the prelims. Saturday, his  winning time of 13.50 seconds in the finals fell just shy of the prelim time but gave the Pirates standout the best three Class 3A times in the event’s history. The 13.42 now ranks as the fastest in the AHSAA state meet in any classification.
    He also breezed to the 200-meter dash win with a winning time of 21.82 seconds, and leaped 22-08 to win the long jump – giving him 40 points and four golds for the state meet.
    Shades Mountain Christian senior distance runner Dylan Pausic also broke a 31-year old Class 1A record with his 9:39.78 time in the 3,200-meter run Saturday morning. Athens Bible’s Jeff Harwell set the previous mark (9:51.06) in 1985.  Pausic, 5-foot-6, 135 pounds, also won the 1,600 meters on Friday to give him a sweep of the 1A distance events. 
    Piedmont senior Karri Green, who set the 3A state record in the 400-meter dash Friday, won the 100-meter hurdles in 14.90 – just missing the record (14.23) set in 2005 by Leeds’ Bridget Rose. She followed with another record-setting effort in the 200-meter dash. She ran 24.97 to eclipse the previous record (25.10) by Simone Pugh of Cottage Hill in 2009.
   Some other highlights from Saturday’s 1A/2A/3A competition at Cullman included:

CLASS 3A BOYS
High Jump:
Three jumpers tied at 6-4 with Tyrell Riley of Hillcrest-Evergreen winning on fewer misses. Dakoda Mackey of Sand Rock and Matt Cahoon of Holly Pond finished 2-3 after also clearing 6-4.  The trio all missed their three attempts at 6-6.
4X100-Meter Relay: In one of the best races of the entire meet, Hillcrest-Evergreen clocked 43.52 seconds, just missing the record (43.04) set in 2015 by the Jaguars. Madison Academy clocked 43.66 and Pike County, 44-02, to finish close behind at 2-3.
800-Meter Run: Noah Karr of American Christian  won with s 3A state-record time of 1:53.31 to break the previous record (1:53.76) set by UMS-Wright’s Brandon Phillips 18 years earlier in 1998.
CLASS 2A BOYS
800-Meter Run:
Falkville placed three runners in the top four finishers with Brian Bradford winning with a 2:04.00 time. Teammates Blake Bradford and Drake Hamilton finished 3-4 at 2:06.70 and 2:07.41. Cold Springs’ Jared Stanley was second at 2:04.79.
CLASS 1A BOYS 
200-Meter Dash (Para Ambulatory):
Twin brothers Conner and Cole Howell, from Enterprise, clocked 37.29 and 38.53 seconds for the Alabama School for the Blind to complete their third event of the 2016 state championships. Teammates Gerdon Carter and Curtis Taylor were their  lane guides.
CLASS 3A GIRLS
Triple Jump:
Callie Jones, who set the 3A state meet record last year with a 38-05 leap, won the triple jump again with another record-setting performance. She beat the 2015 record twice, leaping 38-11 and 38-11.75 – the last distance becoming the new standard.
CLASS 2A GIRLS
800-Meter Run:
Karri Watts of Falkville finished strong to win the 800 in 2:24.22. She also finished second in the  200-meter dash with a 27.17 time one event earlier to pick up 18 points late for the Blue Devils.  Aryn Head of Holy Spirit won the 200 in 26.66 seconds.
Pole Vault: Addison’s Emee Baldwin cleared 9 feet, 6 inches to set a new Class 2A girls’ state pole vault record. The old mark of 9-03 was set by Drake McGowin of Montgomery Academy in 2013.
CLASS 1A GIRLS
4x400-Meter Relay:
Whitesburg Christian’s relay team of Emily Cusker, Emily Pierce, Kayla Shoaf and Kristina Thoenes won the final running event of the meet in 4:19.00 to give the Warriors 10 needed points en route to the state championship. The Warriors won by just six points over Westminster of Oak Mountain.


AHSAA Class 1A, 2A, 3A Track Championships at Cullman Montgomery Academy, LaFayette, Marion County, Cottage Hill, Falkville, St. Bernard Lead First Day

   CULLMAN — Montgomery Academy, LaFayette and Marion County lead the boys’ competition, and Cottage Hill Christian, Falkville and St. Bernard top the girls’ divisions at the 92nd AHSAA State Outdoor Track and Field Championships for Classes 1A, 2A and 3A completed day one of the two-state meet at Cullman High School Friday.
     Montgomery held a slim 38-37 lead over defending boys’ champion Winfield in Class 3A after Friday’s events. American Christian is third with 35 points.  LaFayette has a one-point lead over Cold Springs, 35-34, and Falkville is third with 27 in Class 2A. Marion County’s 56 points top the 1A Boys with St. Bernard second with 49.
    In the girls’ divisions, Cottage Hill has 42.75 points in 3A, followed by T.R. Miller (33) and Pleasant Valley (30). Falkville’s girls lead 2A with 36 points. Holy Spirit is second with 25 and Altamont, third, with 23. St. Bernard (46.50) and Whitesburg Christian (41) are 1-2 in Class 1A.
     At least eight records fell Friday with more expected to come in the finals of some fierce competition Saturday.
     The NFHS Network is live-streaming the state championships at Cullman and Gulf Shores Saturday over its School Broadcast Platform at www.nfhsnetwork.com. Both sites kick off events Saturday at 8 a.m.
     Junior Trey Cunningham of Winfield established a new Class 3A record in the 110-meter hurdles with the top time of the prelims. He clocked 13.42 seconds, almost a half second better than his winning time of 2015 (14.18).  He also qualified for  the 200-meter finals with a time of 21.44, just missing the record set last year by Matthew Likely of Hillcrest-Evergreen (21.26).
     On the girls’ side, senior Karri Green also broke her own 3A state record in the 400-meter dash, and like Cunningham, had the fastest 2A qualifying time of the  200-meter prelims.
     She won the 400 with a time of 56.59 seconds, beating her record set last year winning in 57.44 seconds.
     Identical twins Cole and Conner Howell, competing for the Alabama School for the Blind, captured the crowd’s hearts with exceptional performances in the para ambulatory 400-meter dash and shot put.
      Some other highlights from Friday’s meet include:

CLASS 3A GIRLS
Javelin:
Callie Jones of Cottage Hill Christian won with a 139-10 distance – breaking the record of 136-05 she set in 2015 by 3½ feet.
CLASS 1A GIRLS  
400-Meter Dash (Para Ambulatory):
Paige Wilson of Cedar Bluff set the 1A record in the event with a time of 1:54.70.
CLASS 3A BOYS
Shot Put:
Sidney Mims of Montgomery Academy better the record he set in 2015 (47-08) with a throw of 47-10.50. However, Devonta Fuqua of Lauderdale County topped that performance with a winning throw of 48-04.75 to win the gold and set a new 3A state record.
Pole Vault: Connor Allred of Cottage Hill Christian cleared 14 feet, 3 inches to break the old record by almost a foot.
CLASS 1A BOYS
Pole Vault:
Dominque Paulter of St. Bernard cleared 13 feet to set s new 1A state pole vault mark. The old record (1lea2 feet) was set by Tony McGinnis of Cedar Bluff in 2011.
400-METER DASH (Para Ambulatory): Twin brothers Cole and Conner Howell of Alabama School for the Blind clocked 1:22.73 and 1:26.94, respectively. Cole’s time set the AHSAA 1A state outdoor para ambulatory record.


23 Records Fall Most Team Races Tight as AHSAA State Track Championships Closes Second Day of Competition

   GULF SHORES -- Opelika and Homewood are deadlocked at 51 points each and lead Class 6A boys’ competition after the second day of the 92nd annual AHSAA State Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Gulf Shores Friday.
    The team race to the finish is almost as close in Class 7A with Hewitt-Trussville holding a 76-71 lead over Auburn in the boys’ division, and Hoover just two points ahead of Mountain Brook, 69-67, in the girls’ division heading into the final day Saturday.  In the 6A girls’ competition, Pelham is on top with 58.50 points, followed by Homewood (47.50) and Opelika (40.50).
   In Class 5A, St. Paul’s Episcopal holds a four-point lead over Beauregard, 66-62, in the girls’ division, and Beauregard’s boys have a slim one-point lead over Alabama Christian, 33-32, and are just five points ahead of St. Paul’s (28).  Defending Class 4A girls’ and boys’ state champs UMS-Wright hold comfortable leads in Class 4A. The Lady Bulldogs amassed 77 points through Friday’s events with Brooks (41) and Wilson (40) in second and third place.  Coach Pat Galle’s UMS boys have 71.50 points with Northside second with 43.
     Twenty-three state meet classification records fell Friday at Gulf Shores with eight boys’ and four girls’ standards erased in Class 7A alone. Six records were also set in para ambulatory events that were being held for the first time.
    Hewitt-Trussville’s Benjamin Knox set a record in the 7A 3,200 meters (9:26.40) after setting the 1,600 record on Thursday.  Three sprinters broke the Class 7A 200-meter dash record set last year by Caitlyn Little of Hoover (24.85) in the prelim race to set up what should be and even faster final Saturday. Destiny Davis of Baker had the fastest time, 24.56 seconds, and now owns the 7A state record. Lauryn Hall of Sparkman turned in the next best time (24.65) and Brittley Humphrey of Hoover was next (24.68). Little qualified for the finals with the fourth best time, clocking 25.29 – just shy of her 2015 time.
   Among the records set in the Class 4A, 5A, 6A and 7A meets Friday:

CLASS 7A GIRLS
200-Meter Dash:
Three sprinters broke the record set last year by Caitlyn Little of Hoover (24.85) in the prelim race to set up what should be and even faster final Saturday. Destiny Davis of Baker had the fastest time, 24.56 seconds, and now owns the 7A state record. Lauryn Hall of Sparkman turned in the next best time (24.65) and Brittley Humphrey of Hoover was next (24.68). Little qualified for the finals with the fourth best time, clocking 25.29 – just shy of her 2015 time.
400-Meter Dash:
Myra Mack of Smiths Station and Presley Weems of Hoover both broke the one-year-old mark (56.09) set by Nicole Payne of Oak Mountain. Mack won the event with claiming the new record with a winning time of 55.54 seconds. Weems was close behind at 55.92.
100-Meter Hurdles: Brittley Humphrey’s winning time of 13.79 seconds in the prelims was just 5/100ths of a second off the Class 7A record she set last year (13.74). She heads into the finals Saturday with the top time and a chance to break her own record again.
4x800-Meter Relay: Hoover eclipsed its 7A record set in 2015 by seven seconds clocking 9:16.77 to win the event Friday. The Bucs ran a 9:23.02 last year.
CLASS 4A GIRLS
Shot Put:
Esherika Hankins, Munford, broke a 23-year old record with a winning throw of 42.08.50. Erin Jewel of Brooks also beat the old mark with her second-place toss of 40-01.50. Nykita Burnette of Lincoln held the previous record (38-11.50) since 1993.
Javelin (Para Ambulatory): Emily Frederick, Hokes Bluff, 37-01.
4x800-Meter Relay: Wilson broke its own record set in 2015 by 11 seconds, recording a winning time of 9:44.09 to win the 2016 event.
 
CLASS 7A BOYS
110-Meter High Hurdles:
Thompson’s Emmanuel Taite bettered the record (14.12) he set last year in the first-ever 7A competition with a winning time of 13.90.
400-Meter Dash: Charles Lewis of Sparkman set the 400-meter record with a winning 47.94 time, erasing the 48.22 clocked by Joshua Hall of Hoover in last year’s state meet.
3,200-Meter Run: Three runners broke the 7A record with Benjamin Knox  and John Ngaruiga of Hewitt-Trussville finished 1-2. Knox’s winning time was  9:20.50. Ngaruiga also ran 9:26.50.
4x800-Meter Relay: Auburn won with a 7A state-record time of 7:58.18. Hoover clocked 7:59.21 to finish second and also bettered the record set last year by Auburn (7:59.62).
Discus: Auburn’s Michael Robinson had a 7A-record winning throw of 167-06.
High Jump: Chase Fiddler of Bob Jones and Melvin Hill of Baker each tied the 7A record of 6-06 set last year by Hill, but Fiddler finished first Friday with fewer misses. Both jumpers missed all three tries at 6-08.
Triple Jump: Michael Wiggins’ winning leap of 48-07.75 set a new 7A state meet record for the Huntsville standout.
Javelin (Wheelchair): Colin Lafon of Hewitt-Trussville throw the javelin 20 feet, 9 inches.
CLASS 6A BOYS
Pole Vault:
Nick South of Muscle Shoals didn’t set a record but had an outstanding performance to win the event Friday clearing 15-08.25. The 6A record is 16-02 set by Sean Collins of McGill-Toolen in 2014.
CLASS 5A BOYS
Javelin:
Ashton Dominique of Briarwood Christian set a new 6A state meet record with a winning throw of 190-09.
CLASS 4A BOYS
400-Meter Dash:
Montgomery-Catholic’s Patrick O’Mara ran 48.42 seconds to win the event and beat Larry Powell’s mark of  48.89 set 25 years ago in 1991 for T.R. Miller.
3,200-Meter Run: Ryan Ford of Westminster Christian James Patrick Brinyark each bested the old record of  9:40.42 with times of 9:25.26 and 9:30.29, respectively, to finish 1-2.
4x800-Meter Relay: Northside’s relay team won the event in a 4A-record 8:10.89 time. The old mark (8:20.30) was set by Madison County 18 years ago in 1999.
Javelin (Para Ambulatory): Logan Langley of Hokes Bluff set a record with a throw of 104-03.

Class 1A, 2A, 3A Meet Begins Friday 11 State Meet Records Fall at Gulf Shore as 92nd AHSAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Begin

   GULF SHORES – Senior Margaret Ollinger shattered her own AHSAA outdoor girls’ pole vault record Thursday clearing 13 feet, 6¼ inches to win the Class 7A state title at Gul Shores Sports Complex.
  Ollinger set the record last year with leaping 12 feet, and set the indoor state record last February with a winning 13-foot,1¼ height.
   Eleven classification state meet records fell Thursday, including one that was wind aided, as the 92nd annual AHSAA State Outdoor Track and Field Championships got underway at Gulf Shores for Classes 7A, 6A, 5A and 4A. Classes 1A, 2A and 3A commence at Cullman Friday. The meets will conclude Saturday.
    Ollinger’s performance helped McGill-Toolen take a three-point Class 7A girls’ lead over defending champion Hoover, 31-28, after day one of the girls’ competition, now in its 45th year. Mountain Brook was a close third at 27 points.
    Pelham and Homewood were 1-2 in Class 6A, with 23.5 and 18.50 points, respectively, defending 5A girls’ champion Beauregard had 25 points and a three-point lead over St. Paul’s Episcopal (22). In Class 4A, defending champion UMS-Wright led Wilson 30-25.
   Hewitt-Trussville long jumper Noah Igbinoghene shattered the 7A outdoor state record set last year with a winning leap of 24-07.50. Alex Evans of Auburn set the mark last year with a 22-10.25 leap. The Huskies also totaled 39 points Thursday and held an 11-point lead over Auburn (28) and Vestavia Hills (28) heading into Friday’s second day of competition.
   Homewood was the 6A leader with 20 points with Northridge (15) second. Alabama Christian led Class 5A with 22 points, followed by defending champ St., Paul’s (19) and Anniston (16), and UMS-Wright’s 47.5 points gave the defending 4A state champions a 25-point lead over Brooks (22) with Northridge (19) third at the end of Thursday’s events.
   Vestavia Hills shot putter Walter Thomas set a new 7A state record in that event with a 59-00.50 toss. Damon Wright of Spain Park (54-08.00) and Robert Moore of Auburn 54-04.00) also broke old record of 52-10 set last year.
   St. Clair County’s Tristan Hawkins also set a new Class 5A record with a 55-09.50 distance.
    First-day event winners at Gulf Shores are listed below. 
 
CLASS 4A
1,600-Meter Run:
Ryan Ford of Westminster Christian ran 4:17.67 (new record) and runner-up James Patrick Brinyard of Northside (4:17.88) was a close second also breaking the old record (4:20.44) held by Alex Gilliland of Oneonta since 2010.
Pole Vault:
Patrick Howze, UMS-Wright,13-01.50.
Discus: Cade Finley, Wilson, 165-05 (new record); old record, Heath Batchelor, Haleyille, 160-06 (2006.
Javelin: Lazarius Decatur, Brooks, 164-00.
Shot Put (Para Athlete): Logan Langley, Hokes Bluff, 29-10.00
Shot Put (Para Athlete): Nick Walls, Crossville, 14-10.



CLASS 5A
1,600-Meter Run:
Micah Sheldon Britton, Alabama Christian, 4:25.03.
Javelin: Zach Gaines, Calera, 172-03.
Shot Put: Tristan Hawkins, St. Clair County, 55-09.50 (new record); old record, Devon Lockhart, Central-Tuscaloosa, 55-0, 2012.
Long Jump: DaMonta Miller, Anniston, 22-06.00.

CLASS 6A
1,600-Meter Run:
Andy Smith, Homewood, 4:20.07.
Discus: Seth Gipson, Northridge, 153-02.
High Jump: Tashawn Green, Scottsboro, 6-08.

CLASS 7A
1,600-Meter Run:
Benjamin Knox, Hewitt-Trussville, clocked 4:17.82 to set a new 7A record. Tommy McDonough of Hoover was second (4:18.84), also beating the old mark (4:20.74) set last year by Auburn’s Paul Barlow, who finished fifth Thursday.
Shot Put:
Walter Thomas, Vestavia Hills, 59-00.05 (new record); Damon Wright, Spain Park, 54-08.00 – also broke old record; Robert Moore, Auburn, 54-04.00, also broke old record of 52-10.
Long jump: Noah Igbinoghene, Hewitt-Trussville, 24-07.50 (new record); old record, Alex Evans, Auburn, 22-10.25, 2015.
Pole Vault: James Henry Barrett, Vestavia Hills, 15-06.|
Shot Put (Wheelchair): Colen LaFon, Hewitt-Trussville, 13-06.
4x100 Relay (prelims): Auburn broke the 7A record (41.66)it set last year clocking a 40.74 in the Tigers’ prelim heat.

 
GIRLS
CLASS 4A
1600-Meter Run:
Eighth grader Amaris Tynnismaa, Montgomery Catholic, 5:04.90.
High Jump: Gracie Hunt, UMS-Wright, 5-02.00.
Shot Put: Aryn McDowell, UMS-Wright, 36-08.00.
Shot Put (Para Athlete): Emily Frederick, Hokes Bluff, 19-03.00.

CLASS 5A
1,600-Meter Run: Isabel Valenzuela, St. Paul's Episcopal, 5:15.78.
Long Jump: Carsheuna Curry, Anniston, 17-08.50.
Shop Put: Sam Dailey, Beauregard, 36-09.50.

CLASS 6A
1,600-Meter Run:
Savanah McMillon, Walker, 5:12.32.
Long Jump: Savannah Lee, Spanish Fort, 38-04.00.
High Jump: Caroline Lawrence, Homewood, 5-06.00.
Javelin: Ty’tiana Lockhart, Opelika, 127-11.

CLASS 7A
1,600-Meter Run:
Presley Weems, Hoover, clocked 4:52.35 to set a new 7A state record, beating runner-up Frances Patrick, Mountain Brook (4:58.05), who also beat the old record (4:49.76) set by Abbey Weitenbeck of Huntsville last year. Weitenbeck was seventh Thursday.
Pole Vault: Margaret Ollinger, McGill-Toolen, 13-06.25 (new state record); old record, Ollinger, 12-0, 2015.
Triple Jump: Alonie Sutton, Smiths Station, 39-06.00 (wind aided).
Discus: Alana White, Huntsville, 117-07.
4x100 Relay (prelims): Auburn and Hoover bettered the 7A state record (48.03, Hoover) running 47.91 and 47.96 seconds, respectively, to qualify 1-2 for the finals.

2016 North-South Soccer All-Star Teams Announced

MONTGOMERY -- All-star squads for the 2016 North-South boys’ and girls’ soccer all-star matches have been selected.
     All selected players, rising seniors for the Class of 2017, were chosen by the Soccer Selection Committee from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at the 20th annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery July 18-22, according to an announcement by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
     The North-South boys’ and girls’ soccer doubleheader will be at Emory Folmar Soccer Complex on Tuesday, July 19 with the girls playing at 5 p.m., followed by the boys at 7. 
     The AHSADCA All-Star Games also include in-state games in baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball and football. The 56th North-South All-Star football game will be played Thursday night, July 21, at Cramton Bowl.
      The AHSAA Summer Conference is a week-long event that includes sports-specific clinics and special sessions for coaches, principals, athletic directors, cheerleading coaches and officials. Also, an All-Sports Equipment Expo and other related activities are scheduled throughout the week.
     Among the week’s highlights will be the Sportsmanship Luncheon honoring all schools that have not had an ejection or fine during the 2015-16 school year, and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2015-16 Making A Difference Award Recipients , Coaches of the Year in each sport and the AHSADCA Athletic Director of the Year. Both banquets will be Friday, July 22.
      Concluding the week will be the annual Officials Awards Banquet set for Saturday, July 23, at noon.
      Coaches for the North Girls’ Soccer All-Stars are Julie Little of Albertville, Hunter Gray of Indian Springs and George Cavender, retired Butler coach who will serve as administrative coach for the North boys and girls.  South coaches are Analyn Coker of Trinity Presbyterian, Dennis Jones of Smiths Station and Ken Wright of Alabama Christian, the administrative coach for the South girls and boys.
     The South boys’ coaches are Joe Nelson of Northview and Wilfredo Navidad of Montgomery Academy. North coaches are Casey Harbin of Cullman and Daniel DeMasters of defending Class 7A state champion Oak Mountain.
     The North swept both matches in 2015 and now hold a 10-4-1 edge in the boys’ all-star series and are 12-2-1 in the girls’ competition overall.
     The 2016 Soccer All-Star rosters are below.


NORTH TEAM








Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Mary Borden

Florence

DEF

5'8

Brennen Cooke

Spain Park

FOR

5'7

Meghan Cottingham

Thompson

FOR

6'3

Natalie Fogle

Westminster Christian

DEF

5'2

Josephine Gray

Indian Springs

MID

5'9

Madeline Guillen

Chelsea

FOR

5'3

Abby Harper

Randolph

MID

5'6

Aniya Mahaffey

Oxford

DEF

5'2

Aubrie McFall

James Clemens

MID

5'3

Camryn Neal

Westminster OM

MID

5'9

Lindsay Pierce

Madison County

DEF

5'4

Mary Poe

Mountain Brook

FOR

5'9

Jordan Richmond

Holy Spirit Catholic

FOR

5'6

Charissa Roth

Bob Jones

DEF

na

Abigail Traylor

Pell City

MID

5'3

Alyssa Vess

Oak Mountain

GK

5'9

Eleanor Warner

Grissom

MID

5'7





COACHES








Julie Little

Albertville



Hunter Gray

Indian Springs



George Cavender

Retired - Administrative











SOUTH TEAM








Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Taylor Adams

Carroll

FOR

5'2

Emma Bearden

Murphy

DEF

5'5

Maggie Chambers

Montgomery Academy

MID

5'3

Gracie East

Faith Academy

FOR

5'1

Dora Eskridge

Montgomery Academy

GK

5'9

Lily Fulton

Spanish Fort

DEF

5'6

Bailey Gardner

McGill-Toolen Catholic

DEF

5'8

Kirra-Mae Hawke

Auburn

DEF

5'6

Sally Hoffman

Houston Academy

DEF

5'4

Mackenzie Howell

Fairhope

MID

5'4

Eva Knapstein

McGill-Toolen Catholic

GK

5'10

Mallory Messer

St. Paul's

MID

5'4

Cameryn Rogers

Prattville

FOR

5'4

Skylar Scott

Smiths Station

FOR

5'8

Aliya Seebrat

Trinity Presbyterian

MID

5'5

Ashlyn Straham

Park Crossing

MID

5'4

Mary Tipton

Trinity Presbyterian

MID

5'10

Daly Wagoner

Benjamin Russell

MID

5'5





COACHES








Analyn Coker

Trinity Presbyterian



Dennis Jones

Smiths Station



Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Administrative










2016 BOYS NORTH/SOUTH SOCCER ROSTERS






NORTH ALL-STARS







Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Benjamin Borths

Saint Bernard

DEF

5'9

Cade Bryant

Sylacauga

FOR

5'11

Liam Condone

Spain Park

MID

6'0

Nicholas Craig

Madison Academy

LB

6'0

Kennedy Davis

Oak Mountain

MID

5'8

Landon Gaskins

Helena

MID

5'10

 

Cole Gerding

Cullman

MID

6'0

Garren Hayes

Grissom

DEF

5'11

Connor Johnston

Vestavia Hills

MID

5'11

Jose Moreno

Tanner

FOR

6'0

Kyle Oswalt

Guntersville

GK

6'3

Matthew Paul

Florence

DEF

5'10

Saylor Solley

Decatur

FOR

6'2

Seth Torman

Pelham

GK

6'5

Logan Tucker

Pell City

FOR

5'8

Cole Williams

Hoover

FOR

5'9

Jack Wilson

Westminster of Oak Mtn

MID

6'2

Jacob Wolanske

Mountain Brook

DEF

6'0





COACHES








Casey Harbin

Cullman



Daniel DeMasters

Oak Mountain



George Cavender

S.R. Butler (Retired) -Admin.











SOUTH ALL-STARS







Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

William Atkinson

Auburn

FOR

5'11

Jackson Barber

Daphne

MID

5'9

Houston Barnett

Citronelle

GK

5'11

Robert Broom

Holtville

MID

5'11

Enrique Chacaj

Park Crossing

MID

5'8

Matthew Duffey

McGill-Toolen Catholic

MID

5'8

Brandon East

Faith Academy

DEF

5'10

Seth Eddis

Enterprise

DEF

5'9

Michael Greene

Alma Bryant

MID

5'5

Cole Grogan

Benjamin Russell

FOR

5'9

Noah Harrelson

St. Paul's

DEF

6'1

Ethan Hill

Fairhope

FOR

6'0

Michael Kelly

Montgomery Academy

GK

6'2

Logan McDaniel

Houston Academy

DEF

5'10

Matt Merrill

Mary G. Montgomery

MID

6'0

Ahmed Nasser

Baker

FOR

5'8

Jose Ramos Favela

Opelika

MID

6'0

Jacob Rowell

Spanish Fort

DEF

5'8





COACHES








Joe Nelson

Northview



Wilfredo Navidad

Montgomery Academy



Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Admin.