I would like to highlight our 2016 Goalkeeper class for their achievements and wish them luck tomorrow at their signing day. We will post picture of the ones we get on the facebook page.
Congratulations to the Southern Crescent Goalkeeping Academy 2016 Class. It was the largest SCGA Class yet. We will have 19 kids signing to play this year.
Anna Colemen- Presbyterian College
Ben Davidson- Oglethorpe Univ.
Conner Dominoski- Univ. North Georgia
Deidra Alexanderp- Oglethorpe Univ.
Ian Marshall- Lehigh Univ.
Kellsey Weaver- Furman Univ
Kendall Alvey- Georgia State Univ.
Mary Beth Holec- Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Mary Parker Powell- Austin Peay Univ.
Michelle Watson- Armstrong State Univ.
Ashley Triplett- West Virginia Univ.
Mikayla Krzeczowski- Univ. of South Carolina
Miranda Schoening- Univ. of North Texas
Mitch Berry- Piedmont College
Morgan Lang- American Univ
Sara Sims- Young Harris College
Sydney Durham- Shorter Univ.
Matt Sherry- Undecided
Taylor Sorrows- Undecided
High School awards were handed out this week in Region 8 5A and the goalkeeper position was represented well by those that train at Southern Crescent Goalkeeper Academy.
1st Team GK – Cade Minton – Senior – Flowery Branch
2nd Team GK – Conner Domaleski – Sophomore – Heritage (Conyers)
1st Team GK – Kendall Alvey – Junior – Loganville
Honorable Mention GK – Kylie Kersch – Sohpomore – Heritage (Conyers)
Congratulations to these keepers and thanks for representing SCGA with honor!
WARNER ROBINS — A pair of top 10 nationally ranked teams met at Houston County on Wednesday night in the boys GHSA Region 2-AAAAA soccer championship game and produced a match that few in the large crowd will forget for a very long time.
After ending regulation and overtime tied at 3, Houston County outlasted Greenbrier 9-8 on penalty kicks to pull out a dramatic win and secure the No. 1 seed in the Class AAAAA playoffs. (more…)
At 6-foot-2, there aren’t many goalkeepers in the state of Georgia more physically imposing than Peachtree Ridge’s Cosette Morche.
Her length makes it tough to shoot high on her and she has the reach to go from post to post. The senior has recorded four clean sheets this year already and has 26 for her career as a four-year starter.
“She is our anchor,” Peachtree Ridge head coach Megan Hill said. “She’s like our rock in the back. She brings a lot of leadership to the team. When she’s back there the team is comfortable. She’s our rock.”
The Lions are 6-4 this season but are off to a 2-0 start in Region 7-AAAAAA play. Morche started playing soccer when she was four, but didn’t switch to goalkeeper until she was 10. She was playing on a boys team after the girls team she was on folded.