High School All-Star Girls Soccer Rosters Announced

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The Georgia/Tennessee All-Star series will continue on Friday with the girls soccer match that will take place at 4 p.m. at Finley Stadium.

The game will be followed by the Chattanooga Football Club's womens home game at 7:30. 


Georgia Girl's Soccer Team
Name # High School
Amanda Burnett 7 LaFayette 
Ashlee Huynh 3 Northwest
Ashley Hagenbaug 4 Gordon Central
Blake Chagon 1 Adairsville
Cherish Lowery 11 Adairsville
Citlaly Fonseca 10 Gordon Central
Dina Stagg 9 Dade County
Hayleigh Smith 8 East Jackson
Lucy Lansing 4 Rome 
Madeline Tipton 15 Fannin County 
Mallary Hedden 17 Cass
Maria Zumeta 7 Northwest
Shelby Mullinax 1 Heritage 
Shelby Narmore 25 LaFayette 
Sierra Hendrix 14 LaFayette 
Sage Kafsky 2 Fannin county


Tennessee Girl's Soccer Team
Name # High School
Mackenzie Nadeau 13 Notre Dame
Allie Vannoy 3 CCS
Shelby Balch 15 CCS
Kendra Jolly 9 CCS
Miranda Smith 8 Soddy-Daisy
Marshall Rustand 5 GPS
Abbi Harr 12 GPS
Callie Baker 14 Cleveland
Kendall Hamilton 18 Cleveland
Nicole Watson 3 McMinn Central
Sydney Miller 10 McMinn Central
Taylor Young 22 McMinn Central
Ali Fugatt 16 East Hamilton
Alex Buccelli 4 East Hamilton
Olivia rowell 6 Grace Academy


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