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North boys, women seize AHSAA Sports activities Week soccer

Goalkeepers Luke Keown of Homewood and Gardendale’s Hudson Hanner mixed for a shutout because the North received Wednesday’s AHSAA All-Star Sports activities Week boys soccer sport at Emory Folmar Soccer Complicated.

The North women received 6-1 to finish the sweep.

Within the boys sport, Hoover’s Kosi Udeh, North staff MVP, scored on a penalty kick for a 1-0 lead early within the first half. Tanner’s Manuel Felipe Gonzalez and Westminster-Oak Mountain’s Webster Jackson added targets within the closing 10 minutes of the second half. Mars Hill Bible’s Noah Barrier assisted on Gonzalez’s aim for the North.

South goalkeeper Kevin Ori, from St. Luke’s, suffered an damage early within the second half and was taken off the sector on a golf cart. He didn’t return. Will Beringer of Montgomery Academy completed for the South with three saves.

Davidson’s Baronyi Kengeye was named the South MVP. One in all his photographs bounced off the crossbar early within the second half for the South’s finest scoring alternative.

The victory improves the North’s file to 13-4-1 within the all-time all-star sequence. The North women’ win upped their lead within the annual All-Star sequence to 16-3-1.

North women dominate

Decatur’s Bonnie Frost scored 4 targets to energy the North to a 6-1 victory over the South at Emory Folmar Soccer Complicated on Wednesday throughout AHSAA All-Star Sports activities Week women soccer.

Frost scored as soon as within the first half and added three extra targets within the second half to win the North MVP award.

Homewood’s Lilly Lowery and Susan Moore’s Claire Perkins added targets for the North, whereas Oak Mountain’s Hayley Wells and Pelham’s Taylor Pilcher had an help apiece.

Leah Robinson, from St. Paul’s, scored the South’s solely aim with 12:23 to go on an help from Montgomery Academy’s Virginia Meacham.

The North dominated the motion and possession from the opening whistle and fired 23 photographs to only 4 for the South.

Auburn’s Aubrey Sarkowski began at goalkeeper for the South and stored it shut with a number of acrobatic first-half saves. Frost scored on a penalty kick for the sport’s solely aim of the primary half.

The North’s offense appeared even stronger within the second half, and defender Lowery received into the scoring because the again line pushed ahead because the South struggled to search out any rhythm forward of Daphne goalkeeper Coryn Litteken.

For the North, goalkeepers Savannah Sato and Maddox Dolly had two saves apiece. Sarkowski had eight saves, and Litteken had 4.

The victory improves the South’s all-time file to 16-3-1 within the women soccer all-star sequence.

BOYS’ SUMMARY: North 3, South 0


North  3          0 – 3

South  0          0 – 0

First Half

North – Kosi Udeh aim on penalty kick, 33:12

North – Manuel Felipe Gonzalez aim, Noah Barrier help, 9:17

North – Webster Jackson aim, 4:46

Second Half

No scoring

GIRLS’ SUMMARY: North 6, South 1

North  1          5 – 6

South   0         1 – 1

Scoring abstract:

North – Bonnie Frost aim on penalty kick, 29:45, 1st half

North – Bonnie Frost aim, 34:27, 2nd half

North – Lilly Lowery aim, 27:29, 2nd half

North – Bonnie Frost aim, help by Taylor Pilcher, 17:27, 2nd half

North – Bonnie Frost aim, 16:13, 2nd half

South – Leah Robinson aim, help by Virginia Meacham, 12:23, 2nd half

North – Claire Perkins aim, help by Hayley Wells, 7:55, 2nd half

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