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Author: Marvin Chou

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Baker High School Self-Reports Eligibility Violation and Removes Team from Regional Tourney

MONTGOMERY – Baker High School has self-reported a violation of AHSAA eligibility rules and has voluntarily removed its softball team from the South Regional Qualifier tournament.
  A student-athlete in Baker’s softball program participated in eight tournaments, junior varsity and varsity combined, during the 2018 regular season exceeding the maximum tournaments allowed in violation of AHSAA rules found on page 44 of the 2017-18 AHSAA Handbook, Rule III, Contests, Section 13, Contest/Tournament limitations.
   The rule states:  A
student may participate in the number of contests his/her team is permitted to play in that sport. If a student participates on more than one level of competition in the same sport during the same season, the maximum number of contests that the student may participate in is the number of contests his/her highest-level team is permitted to play.
   Schools are permitted to play (a maximum) 18 regular-season games and in seven tournaments prior to area, sub-regional, regional and State Finals play. Consequently, the student-athlete participated ineligibly in Class 7A, Area 1 tournament and one game in the South Regional Softball Tournament.  BHS must forfeit all games won in which the ineligible student participated. The season has now ended for the softball team.


2018 Class 6A Boys’ Soccer Semifinals

Homewood 4, Northview 0
  
Homewood (23-0-2) scored three goals in the second half Friday to break open a defensive struggle with Northview and advanced to Saturday’s 28th annual AHSAA Class 6A State Championship with a 4-0 victory in the semifinals at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
   Sophomore Brooks Brannon scored at 26:56 of the first half to give Coach Sean McBride’s Patriots the lead 1-0. That’s how it stood until junior Jackson Wallace tacked on goal just 1:54 into the second half to extend the lead and junior Connor Smith added two goals to round out the scoring.
    Goalkeeper Brayden Rouse had four saves for Northview (13-10-1), coached by Joe Nelson.
    Homewood keeper Ian Myers had two saves. The Patriots limited the Cougars to only three shots on goal.
     Homewood will face Fort Payne in the finals Saturday. All championship Friday and Saturda are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network with Cullman High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program producing the matches. John Drake is executive producer.
   
Fort Payne 7, Pell City 0
  
Seven different players scored goals for Coach Mario Limon’s Wildcats (19-3-3) as Fort Payne beat Pell City 7-0 in the other Class 6A boys’ semifinal match at the 28th annual AHSAA State Soccer Championships Friday.
    Seniors Christian Hernandez and Christopher Estrada had one goal and one assist each to lead Fort Payne. Hernandez had the first goal eight minutes into the match. Adrian Vasquez, Yogan Hidrogo, Erin Escobar and Aaron Chavez also added first-half goals to give the Wildcats a 5-0 lead at intermission. Estrada and Renauldo Miguel added goals in the second half to close out the scoring. Ismael Lorenzo and Hidrogo also had an assist.
    Luis Ramirez had four saves on goal for Fort Payne. Goalkeeper Ole Osborne had seven saves for Pell City (13-6-2), coached by Sergio Alvarez.

2018 Class 6A Girls’ Soccer Semifinals

Gardendale 2, Southside-Gadsden 1 (2 OT, 8-7 in 2 shootouts)
  
Gardendale captured as dramatic 2-1 win over Southside-Gadsden Friday morning that went finished with the 10th kicker in the second shootout.
    The victory catapulted the Rockets (14-5-1) of Coach Jennifer Underwood into the AHSAA Class 6A girls’ state finals against John Carroll Catholic (20-3-1), which will be played Saturday at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex at noon.
    Eighth grader Erin Cantrell delivered the winning kick to finally close out the dramatic contest.
     Gardendale scored early in the first half when Peyton Miller scored at the 3:15 mark. Southside-Gadsden ((17-2-1), coached by Tiffany Cargill tied the match with only 1:27 left in the second half on a goal by Caroline Prince, who got a key assist from Rebecca Johnson.
    The two teams then battled through two scoreless overtimes to set up the shootout.
    Both teams made four goals in the first shootout -- setting up the second shootout. Southside’s Anna Motley, Prince and Camryn Davis each made goals before Gardendale goalkeeper Lauren Motes blocked the fourth try and the fifth Southside player’s attempt sailed too high over the goal.
    The Rockets got goals from Ashlyn Ray, Bailey Wick and Ainzlee Kauffman before a miss set up Cantrell’s final attempt. She calmly drilled her shot into the right corner of the net to seal the victory.
    Motes finished with four saves during regulation for Gardendale and Savanna Blackwell had three saves for the Panthers.
     All finals will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network with Cullman High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program producing the matches. John Drake is executive producer.
   
John Carroll Catholic 4, Northview 0
  
John Carroll Catholic junior Gabby Bernal scored two goals in the second half and the Cavaliers’ defense did the rest in the 4-0 semifinal win over Northview (16-4-2). Lauren Hooten scored the first goal at 36:50 and Kennedi Langan had the other goal for John Carroll (20-3-1), coached by Robert Crawford. Bernal and Mary Grace Farr each recorded an assist.
   Northview, coached by Haley Williams, got an outstanding game from goalkeeper Adriana Wright, who registered 11 saves in the match. The Cougars couldn’t crack the Cavaliers’ defense and failed to register a single shot on goal. Faith Hayes had an outstanding match on defense for Northview.

2018 Class 4A/5A Girls’ Soccer Semifinals

Guntersville 2, Arab 0
  
Guntersville’s defense allowed only three shots on goal -- all blocked by goalkeeper Emily Jones -- and the Wildcats (17-1-2) moved into Friday’s 28th annual AHSAA Class 4A/5A State Soccer girls’ championship match with a 2-0 win over rival Arab.
    Sophomores Aubri Hanner and Carly Sims scored both goals for Guntersville, coached by Mike Jones. Hanner got the first one at 34:35 in the first half and Sims scored the final goal at 61:21 in the second half.
    Arab (13-3-1) got an outstanding match from goalkeeper Gracie Davidson, who had seven saves. Natalie McBrayer also played 18 minutes on goal and had two saves.
    The Wildcats will face Trinity Presbyterian of Montgomery in the championship at 7 p.m., Friday night at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex. All finals will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network with Cullman High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program producing the matches. John Drake is executive producer.
   
Trinity Presbyterian 1, St. Paul’s Episcopal 0
  
Margaret Healey Mathison scored a goal at 10:05 in the first half of the other Class 4A/5A girls’ semifinal match versus St. Paul’s Episcopal at John Hunt Soccer Complex Thursday, and the Wildcats defense did the rest to seal a 1-0 win.
   Coach Analyn Coker’s defense allowed only eight total shots and just one on goal. Trinity goalkeeper Joy Bishop stopped that shot. Trinity (22-2-2) managed nine shots on goal, but Saints goalkeeper Cameron Drum registered eight saves to keep St. Paul’s (19-5-3), coached by Brian Thomas, close.


2018 Class 4A/5A Boys’ Semifinals

Briarwood Christian 3, St. Paul’s Episcopal 0
   Junior forward Logan Frost scored two second-half goals to lead Briarwood Christian (23-2-1) to a 3-0 victory over St. Paul’s Episcopal (19-5-3) at Thursday’s Class 4A/5A Boys ‘State Soccer Championship semifinals at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
   Defending state champion Randolph (15-4-2) won the other semifinal 4-1 over Arab to set up the championship match Friday at 5 p.m., as the 28th annual AHSAA Class 4A/5A State Soccer Championships continue.
    Classes 6A and 7A will open play Friday with semifinal matches. The 6A girls’ semis kick off the action at 9 a.m. with Northview (15-4-1) vs. John Carroll Catholic (19-3-1) and Gardendale (13-5-1) meeting Southside-Gadsden (17-1-1). The 6A boys’ semifinals follow at 11 a.m., with Northview (13-9-1) taking on unbeaten Homewood (22-0-2) and Pell City (13-5-2) facing Fort Payne (18-3-3).
   In Class 7A, Vestavia Hills (20-3-1) plays James Clemens (14-3-2) and Enterprise (10-8-2) plays defending state champion McGill-Toolen Catholic  (17-2-3) in the girls’ semifinals at 1 p.m. The boys’ finals at 3 p.m. pit Auburn (13-4-0) vs. McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-8-5) and Vestavia Hills (17-5-1) vs. Mountain Brook (21-5-2).
    Finals for 1A/3A girls and 4A/5A boys will follow at 5 p.m., with 1A/3A boys and 4A/5A girls playing finals at 7. The 6A and 7A championship matches will be Saturday. All finals are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network with Cullman High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program producing the events. CHS’s John Drake is executive producer.
     Griffin Felton scored the other goal in Briarwood’s win Thursday. Goalkeeper Grant Fielding also had four saves for the Lions of Coach Shawn Brower.  Wright Mullins had two saves for St. Paul’s, coached by Chad Harrelson.

Randolph 4, Arab 1
    The defending Class 4A/5A state champion Raiders (15-4-2), coached by Alex Tomlinson, took the early lead in the other Class 4A/5A boys’ semifinal Thursday when sophomore  Ian Krajna scored just 4:11 into the match to give Randolph a 1-0 lead. Sam Hartley’s goal later in the half made it 2-0 at intermission.
     Lauren Honeycutt's goal on a penalty kick made it 3-0 in second half and Hartley closed out the Randolph scoring with is second goal of the contest.
     Arab (13-3-1) got its goal when Judson Hunt scored in the second half.
     Kyle King had four saves on goal for the Knights of Coach Brian Quarles. Hunt’s goal was Arab’s only shot-on-goal in the entire match.


2018 Class 1A/3A Boys Semifinals

West Morgan 4, Altamont 3
  
Junior forward  Manny Delgado’s goal with three minutes remaining Thursday afternoon lifted West Morgan past Altamont 4-3 and sent the Rebels into the AHSAA Class 1A/3A Boys’ State Championship match to face Westminster-Oak Mountain Friday at 7 p.m. Friday.
    The Rebels (21-2) of Coach Sam Dean join the West Morgan girls in the state finals. The Lady Rebels beat Donoho 5-0 in the 1A/3A girls’ semifinals at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex earlier in the day Thursday and will face Montgomery Academy at 5 p.m.  All finals of the 28th annual State Championships will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
     Delgado’s winning goal for the boys was set up by senior Jose Delgado and Manny drove the kick home to break a 3-3 tie. West Morgan jumped out to a 2-0 first-half lead on a goal by Manny and Jose Delgado. Altamont (16-6-1) roared back with three straight goals over an 18-minute span in the second half with Evan Poole notching two goals to tie the score and Daniel Kutsch nailed a goal at 60:21 to give the Knights the lead.
    Jose Segoviano’s goal seven minutes later tied the match and set up West Morgan’s winning rally.
    Altamont goalkeeper Jesse Hugerpiller finished with six saves and Brayan Alvarado had three saves for the Rebels.

Westminster-Oak Mountain 2, Bayside Academy 1
  
Westminster-Oak Mountain’s Knights (23-2-1) scored the winning at 77:23 of the 80-minute match when junior midfielder Price Leonard sliced a shot past goalkeeper Ty Turner. Turner had eight saves in the match for Bayside Academy (23-3).
    Both teams played through a scoreless first half. Leonard got the first goal for Coach Christian Adkins’ Knights at 47:52 in the second half.  Rece Breadsley tied the match at 1-1 with a goal at 56:11, thanks to an assist from Trey Clements.
    Westminster’s defense limited Bayside to nine shots on goal with goalkeeper Brodie Winks making saves.
    All championship matches will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and can be accessed by going to www.nfhsnetwork.com.

2018 Class 1A/3A Girls Semifinals

Montgomery Academy 11, Indian Springs 1
  
Junior forward  Katz had seven shots on goal -- making an three, and freshman teammate Leighton Robertson made three on five shot attempts as the defending state champion Eagles (19-3) ousted Indian Springs (14-5) in the 2018 Class  1A/3A girls’ semifinals at Huntsville’s John Hunt Park Thursday.
   Coach Carter Tuck’s Eagles led 5-0 at the half with five different players notching one goal each -- Robertson, Katz, Virginia Meacham, Brooke Horne and Mead Robertson.
    Leighton Robertson, Kata and Hayes Jenkins had two each in the second half with Katz’s final goal at the 68:55 mark ended the game by 10-goal rule.
    Logan McFadden’s goal at 47:09 of the second half was the the lone goal for Indian Springs. Goalkeeper Scout Carruthers had 10 saves for Indian Springs, and Caroline Kirkham had two for Montgomery Academy.
    Montgomery Academy will face West Morgan (20-6) in the finals of the 28th annual State Tourney Friday at 5 p.m.

West Morgan 5, Donoho 0
  
Freshman Mari Julia Delgado gave West Morgan (20-6) the lead just three minutes into the semifinal match with Donoho and older sister Maribel Delgado nailed the final goal early in the second half as Coach Brandon Rice’s Rebels advanced past the Falcons (17-2) into the Class 1A/3A finals with the 5-0 win.
    Seventh grader Brandy Hernandez added two goals and Helena Jankowski had one goal and one assist for West Morgan.  Donoho keeper Maggie Wakefield had four saves and Joseline Lopez had four saves for the Rebels.
    All championship matches will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and can be accessed by going to www.nfhsnetwork.com.


AHSAA-Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Partnership Pays for Young Players, Courses

 

 

May 10, 2018

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Mike Perrin | 205-969-1331 | 205-540-7721 | mike@dcwins.com

 

AHSAA-Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Partnership

Pays for Young Players, Courses

State Championship Starts Monday at The Shoals

 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – When the best high-school golfers in the state gather Monday and Tuesday to determine this year’s champions at the 70th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association state tournament, they will be testing themselves against both their opponents and one of the top golf courses in the Southeast.

 

Since 1997, a rotation of five courses on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail have played host to the AHSAA championship. This year, the two-day, 36-hole event is at The Shoals in Muscle Shoals with both courses – Fighting Joe and Schoolmaster – in play. According to those most involved, the high-schoolers and the RTJ Trail have benefited from the relationship.

 

“It’s important to the teams and important to the Trail,” said John Cannon, president of SunBelt Golf Corporation, the management team for the Trail since its inception. “At the very origins of the Trail, what we were looking to do is to have public access for everybody, regardless of age, sex, creed or color. We wanted everyone to have access to world-class golf. We wanted the Trail to be a place where teams could spend their time learning to compete and to act as good members of their community.

 

“We wanted people to see what golf does for kids and families. We wanted to make the Trail integral to the community of golfers, particularly when they got into high school competition.”

 

The state championship is played in a rotation of Hampton Cove in Huntsville, Capitol Hill in Prattville, Grand National in Auburn/Opelika, Magnolia Grove in Mobile and The Shoals. In keeping with the policy of the Retirement Systems of Alabama – the owner of the Trail – that everyone who plays pays, RTJ receives $5 per golfer per round for the championship’s 36-hole event.

 

“We’re very thankful our kids get to play on some of best courses in the country,” said Marvin Chou, AHSAA Assistant Director and Director of Golf. “Plus, it’s not just at championship tournament time. A lot of schools play host to sectional tournaments and sub-state tournaments at some of the RTJ courses.”

 

This year, four sectionals were played at three RTJ courses – Magnolia Cove, Oxmoor Valley in Birmingham and Highland Oaks in Dothan. Six sub-state tournaments, the final challenge before earning state finals berths, were played at Magnolia Grove and Silver Lakes.

 

Cannon called the partnership between high-school golfers and the Trail a win-win situation. “More important than just the state championship, we host a lot of teams in the local communities around the Trail,” he said. “Go to any place on the Trail, every afternoon from about 2:30 until 6, and you’ll see dozens of kids, coaches and parents. Sometimes the kids are learning the game and the parents are tagging along and getting the opportunity to see what golf can do for families. We’re focused on kids coming, learning to socialize and compete in respectful manner.”

 

Justin Mallicoat, the girls’ coach at Class 4A White Plains High School in Calhoun County, said his golfers build their skills and relationships at Silver Lakes in Gadsden. “Jason Callan, the director of golf at Silver Lakes, is terrific. He’s kid-oriented and wants to see the game grow,” Mallicoat said. “He makes it easy for us to come out and practice and be successful.

 

“This is a sport for gentlemen and gentlewomen. Sure, you have competitiveness among the teams, but there are players who play with each other all year. Their families get to know each other and become friends. In basketball, you play 32 minutes and you may never talk to that person again. On the golf course, you spend time with someone, get to know their personalities and it could develop into a friendship that you can carry the rest of your life.

 

“We’re in a real rural area at White Plains,” he said. “Our kids take pride in the RTJ. It’s about a 35-minute ride from our school and it’s something nice they take pride in and they treat it as if it were their own home. No doubt, it’s a challenging course. You can’t come out here as an average golfer and score well. You have to be strategic and be able to read greens to do well. Anybody who can play well out here is a well-defined golfer.”

 

This year’s AHSAA championship is the 70th for boys and 47th for girls. Defending girls’ champions are Spain Park (7A), Muscle Shoals (6A), Trinity Presbyterian (4A-5A) and Providence Christian (1A-3A). Boys’ defending champs are Mountain Brook (7A), Muscle Shoals (6A), St. Paul’s Episcopal (5A), UMS-Wright (4A), Providence Christian (3A) and Westbrook Christian (1A-2A).


Hoover, Spain Park Finish 1-2 in Class 7A Sub-State Golf Championships

Hoover’s Carson McKie shot a 72 and teammates Neysa Dechachutinan and Emily Baker carded 75s as the Bucs won the AHSAA Class 7A, North Sub-State girls’ golf team championship with a 6-over 222 team total. Spain Park also had 222 but finished second in the tie breaker. 
    The defending state champion Jaguars’ Marilyn Steed led all golfers with a 7-under 65, which tied for fourth best round for girls’ in AHSAA history. Her total also tied Michaela Morard’s 65 in the 2015 Class 6A/7A Sectional tournament at Goose Pond Country Club in Scottsboro for the lowest round in AHSAA post-season history.
    Caroline Waldrop also had a 75 for the Jaguars. Huntsville’s Savannah Johnson shot 75 and Mary Mac Trammell of Mountain Brook had a 77 to qualify as individuals for the state tournament at The Shoals Golf Club of the Robert Trent Jones Trail next week at Muscle Shoals.
CLASS 4A/5A NORTH SUB-STATE: White Plains turned in a super effort on the back nine at Silver Lakes Golf Course to finish with a 256 total and the Sub-State title. Sophomore Hanna Dyar had an 81 and Lexee Cunningham carded an 87 for the Wildcats. Randolph was second at 265 with Michaela Morard shooting a 2-under 70 for low medalist honors. Morard won the Class 6A/7A individual championship in 2015 and 2016 for Huntsville High School, but sat out last season after transferring to Randolph in 2016.
    Robyn Blakey of Leeds had an 82 and Grace Narrell of Arab had an 83 to advance to the state tourney as individuals.
CLASS 6A, NORTH SUB-STATE: Hartselle posted a 253 team total to win the Sub-State title over Muscle Shoals (257) by four strokes.  Caroline MacVicar and Ross Napier, both of Northridge, were the two individuals who also qualified for the state tournament at Florence next week. MacVicar shot a 78 and Napier had an 84.
CLASS 1A/3A NORTH SUB-STATE: Clements and Glencoe advanced as winner and runner-up with team totals of 294 and
299, respectively. Hannah Pope and Kylee House of Mars Hill Bible qualified as the top individuals with rounds of 76 and 103.



2018 North-South Soccer All-Star Teams Announced

   MONTGOMERY -- All-star squads for the 2018 North-South boys’ and girls’ soccer all-star matches have been selected.
     All selected players, rising seniors for the Class of 2019, were chosen by the Soccer Selection Committee from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at the 22th annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery in July, 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 17, with the girls playing at 5 p.m., followed by the boys at 7. 
     The AHSADCA All-Star Games also include in-state competition in baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball, football and cross country. The 57th North-South All-Star football game will be played Thursday night, July 19, 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 2017-18 school year, and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2018 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 20.
      Coaches for the South Girls’ Soccer All-Stars are Cheryl Flores of McGill-Toolen Catholic, who coached the Lady Jackets to the school’s first Class 7A state championship last season, and Sophie Simantel of Auburn. Ken Wright of the Montgomery Public Schools is administrative coach.  Helena’s Cliff Naron and Russellville’s Trey Sanford are North coaches. George Cavender will be the administrative assistant.
     Coaching the North boys are Matthew Pharr of Cherokee County and Jake Siefert of Sparkman. South coaches are Bruce Ladner of Enterprise and Nick Berryman of Alabama Christian. Wright and Cavender will also serve as administrative coaches for the boys’ game.
     The North swept both matches in 2017 with the girls winning 4-1 and the boys 5-2. The North girls hold a 13-2-1 edge in the series and the North Boys have a 10-4-1 advantage.
     The 2018 Soccer All-Star rosters are:

 

2018 NORTH-SOUTH SOCCER ALL-STARS

NORTH GIRLS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Sarah Adair

Mountain Brook

GK

5'7

Malaika Albright

Bob Jones

M

5'8

Gabby Bernal

John Carroll

M

5'8

Alexandria Duca

Chelsea

D

5'6

Selah Fields

Florence

M

5'9

Sarah Garrison

Huntsville

D

5'6

Elizabeth Hill

Vestavia Hills

F

5'5

Samantha Kelly

Grissom

D

5'8

Madalyn Lambert

Mars Hill Bible

M

5'6

Mary Luker

Pell City

M

5'7

Emery Mills

Madison Academy

F

5'5

Elizabeth Oliver

Homewood

F

5'7

Ellison Sherrod

Briarwood Christian

D

5'7

Hannah Smid

James Clemens

F

5'4

Hallie-Kate Smith

Southside - Gadsden

M

5'11

Mariam Villamonte

East Limestone

M

5'1

Gaby Walker

Hoover

D

5'8

Rachel Wright

Altamont

GK

6'0

NORTH COACHES

Cliff Naron

Helena

Trey Stanford

Russellville

George Cavender

S.R. Butler (Retired) -Admin.

SOUTH GIRLS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Samantha Adams

Carroll

GK

5'7

Catherine Baggett

McGill-Toolen

D

5'8

Carson Collins

Smiths Station

D

4'11

Hannah Daoust

McGill-Toolen

D

5'4

Carly Davis

Foley

M

5'7

Madison Frazier

Prattville

M

5'7

Katja Grisham

Auburn

M

5'6

Mhairi Hannah

Daphne

D

5'0

Tara Katz

Montgomery Academy

F

5'2

Anna Richardson

Saint James

M

5'3

Caroline Seale

St. Paul's Episcopal

F

5'7

Marley Smith

Daphne

F

5'7

Janie Szoboszlay

Alabama Christian

F

5'6

Hayden Tipton

Trinity Presbyterian

M

5'7

Chloe Walker

St. Michael Catholic

F

5'7

Gabrielle Watson

Benjamin Russell

M

5'2

Adriana Wright

Northview

GK

5'7

SOUTH COACHES

Cheryl Flores

McGill-Toolen

Sophie Simantel

Auburn

Ken Wright

Montgomery Schools - Admin.

 

 

NORTH BOYS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Eddie Alvarado

Florence

M

5'5

135

John Bapst

John Carroll Catholic

M

5'11

145

Bryan Barrientos

Collinsville

M

5'7

140

Logan Frost

Briarwood Christian

F

6'0

165

Jack "JT" Jones

Mountain Brook

D

6'4

180

 

Collins Keith

Homewood

D

6'3

155

Maurice Kenon

Sparkman

F

5'11

175

Parker League

Randolph School

F

5'10

150

Price Leonard

Westminster-Oak Mountain

M

5'8

135

Daniel Olveva

Spain Park

D

5'9

155

Jonathan Rainey

Cherokee County

M

5'9

145

Irvin Rodriguez

Pelham

M

5'10

165

Joel Sanchez

Cullman

D

6'0

160

Cole Simmons

Arab

D

5'10

170

Jude Vachon

Madison Academy

GK

6'4

195

Cody Wells

Oak Mountain

M

6'0

155

Johnathan Williams

Vestavia Hills

GK

5'9

156

Donald Wilson

Indian Springs

M

6'1

170

NORTH COACHES

Matthew Pharr

Cherokee County

Jake Siefert

Sparkman

George Cavender

S.R. Butler (Retired) -Admin.

SOUTH BOYS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

William Blake

McGill-Toolen Catholic

GK

6'3

190

Rasheed Bolaji

Enterprise

M

5'4

151

Josh Burton

Baldwin County

GK

6'0

160

James Comerford

Daphne

M

5'9

155

John Douglas

Bayside Academy

D

6'2

235

Jacob Flores

Baker

M

5'10

140

Jeremiah Grimes

Enterprise

D

5'8

138

David Huot

Alma Bryant

M

6'0

180

Ryan Langhinrichsen-Rohling

Murphy

CB

5'10

135

Austin Lin

Alabama Christian

M

5'5

135

Cole Little

St. Paul's Episcopal

F

5'10

150

Joseph Quinn

Spanish Fort

F

5'9

140

Cristo Rocha

Stanhope Elmore

D

5'10

160

Meyer Rudgers

Auburn

M

6'2

175

Elijah Schwartzkopf

Carroll

F

5'10

140

Hugh Taupeka

Fairhope

D

6'2

180

Bradley Westhauser

Montgomery Academy

D

5'9

170

Alex Wichmann

Davidson

M

5'4

150

SOUTH COACHES

Bruce Ladner

Enterprise

Nick Berryman

Alabama Christian

Ken Wright

Montgomery Public Schools - Admin.