High school roundup: Glenwood girls soccer team repeats as AISA champions

FROM STAFF REPORTSApril 12, 2014 

Here is the photo of the Glenwood Girls Soccer team. They are the AISA 3A State Champions. Pictured from Front row Left to Right are: Jenna Wilson, Whitley Anderson, Brianna Fanning, Cara Obert, Carson Collins, Cheyenne Hatcher, Emily Sawtelle, Aliah Ojendyk Back Row: Karley Franklin-Assistant coach, Allison Jobe, Frankie Mitchum-Glenwood Headmaster, Ansley Lynn, Teri Hodge, Shelbi Ballew, Emma Lee Gullatt, Mackenzie Morefield, Krystina Barefoot, Maloreigh Todd, Jake Wilson-assistant coach, Emily Robertson, John Robertson-Head Coach

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Emily Robertson put Glenwood ahead just before halftime and the Lady Gators played solid defense in the second half Saturday to defeat Macon-East 3-2 and repeat as AISA champions.

The teams traded goals twice in the first half. Barbara Cox scored first for Macon-East on a penalty kick. Glenwood's Whitley Anderson tied the game about four minutes later.

Carson Collins then put Glenwood up 2-1 before Cox scored again to tie the match at 2-2.

As the first half was coming to close, Robertson got free to score and make it 3-2 at the half.

The Lady Gators defense made the lead hold up.

Four Glenwood players made the Alabama Independent School Association All-Tournament team.

They are sophomores Whitley Anderson, Jenna Wilson and Teri Hodge.

The other was senior Emily Robertson, who was named the tournament's most valuable player.

Saturday at Montgomery, Ala.

Goals--Glenwood: Emily Robertson, Carson Collins, Whitley Anderson. Macon-East: Barbara Cox 2. Assists--Glenwood: Jenna Wilson 2, Cara Obert. Goalies--Glenwood: Mallory Todd, 3 saves. Macon-East: Ashley White, 4 saves. Records--Glenwood 13-1.

BOYS SOCCER

COLUMBUS 2,VETERANS 1

Jonathan Mann and Cameron Hite scored for Columbus in the win over Veterans.

Saturday at Woodruff

Goals--Columbus Jonathan Mann, Cameron Hite. Veterans Dylan Blevens. Assists--Columbus Tucker Oliver. Goalies--Cory Aycock 5 saves. Alex Mozingo 7 saves. Records--Columbus 13-1-1. Veterans 6-7-1. Next: Columbus, Wednesday, at Woodruff, 7:30 p.m. vs. Sandy Creek. Veterans, vs. Mary Persons, home Friday, 7:30 p.m.

BASEBALL

BROOKSTONE 5, MARION CO. 1

Jarrod Little pitched a no-hitter as Brookstone beat Marion County on Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles scored in the top of the seventh as Little walked a pair of batters, then hit a batter with the bases loaded.

Guy Peek drove in a pair of runs for the Cougars.

Saturday at Brookstone

Marion Co. 000 000 1 --1 0 0

Brookstone 120 101 x --5 10 0

WP--Jarrod Little (NA). LP--Trent Miller (NA). Hitting leaders--Brookstone Matt Jones 1-4, RBI; Keith Pridgen 2-3, 2R; Drew Webb 1-3, RBI; Guy Peek 1-2, 2RBI; James Sherrer 3-3, R; Parker James 1-3, R. Records--Brookstone 12-5. Next--Brookstone, Monday at Central (DH), 5 p.m.

GLENWOOD 15, WINDSOR 2

Tyler Cadenhead went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs to lead Glenwood to a win over Windsor in a game shortened by the mercy rule.

Matthew Brabston (2-1) picked up the win.

Saturday at Glenwood

Windsor 200 00 --2 6 2

Glenwood 732 3x --15 14 1

WP--Matthew Brabston (2-1). LP--Cumbie. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Dylan Denny 2-3, R, RBI; Brandon Moseley 3-3, R, RBI; Chad Silvani 2-4, 2 Rs, 2B; Coleman Duke 2-3, 3Rs 2B; Tyler Cadenhead 2-3, 2 Rs, 2 RBI Records--25-8. Next--Glenwood at Tiftarea Academy Monday at 4:30 p.m.

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