Oak Mountain sweeps Thompson in soccer playoffs
Published 10:39 pm Tuesday, April 27, 2010
The Oak Mountain High School girls’ soccer team defeated Thompson 3-0 in the first round of the Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 6A playoffs April 27.
T.J. Langlois, Borden LeSieur and Paige Hill scored one goal each for the Eagles, who improved to 16-5-2 overall.
Vicky Hill and Katie West recorded one assist each. Oak Mountain goalkeeper Jill Hester finished with 12 saves.
Danielle Morris led Thompson with eight saves.
Oak Mountain will face Spain Park in the second round of the Class 6A playoffs May 1.
Briarwood 14, Pleasant Grove 0
Sara Smeltzer and Anna Kathryn Hall scored three goals each for the Lions in their Class 5A playoff opener.
Cayla Drennen, Marie Tucker, Ally Jennings, Elizabeth Reiser, Edrian Woods and Julia Hoke had one goal each.
Abbie Cutcliffe scored two goals. Catherine Cowan finished with two assists.
The Lions will face John Carroll in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs May 1.
Indian Springs 4, Parkway Christian 1
Dabney Hofammann led Indian Springs (17-4-4) with three goals in its Class 4A-1A playoff opener.
Alice Morsan scored one goal. Hofammann, Morsan, Virginia Smith and Sara Clark recorded one assist each.
Indian Springs goalkeeper Sunny Poyner recorded six saves.
Indian Springs will face Altamont in the second round of the Class 4A-1A playoffs May 1.
John Carroll 1, Chelsea 0
Goalkeeper Amanda Weygand led the Hornets (8-8-3) with two saves.
Oak Mountain 1, Thompson 0
Taylor Harris scored the only goal in the game for the Eagles, who improved to 14-4 overall.
Oak Mountain goalkeeper Brenton Thompson finished with three saves.
Thompson goalkeeper Eric Hubbard led the Warriors (16-2-5) with 13 saves.
The Eagles will host Hoover in the second round of the Class 6A playoffs May 1.
Briarwood 6, Talladega 0
Chris Burris led the Lions (12-5-2) with three goals in their Class 5A playoff opener.
David Coggan, Jake Law and Will Pugh scored one goal each. Jordan Box recorded one save.
The Lions will face Sylacagua in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs May 1.
Indian Springs 8, Fultondale 1
Alex Jamroz scored four goals to lead Indian Springs (16-1-5) in its Class 4A-1A playoff opener.
Trae Crocker, Greg Francavilla, George Smith and Stuart McLean scored one goal each.
Doye Travis recorded three saves for Indian Springs, which will face Altamont in the second round May 1.
Sylacauga 3, Chelsea 1
The Hornets (14-9) fell on the road in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs.