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2016 North-South Soccer All-Star Teams Announced

MONTGOMERY -- All-star squads for the 2016 North-South boys’ and girls’ soccer all-star matches have been selected.
     All selected players, rising seniors for the Class of 2017, were chosen by the Soccer Selection Committee from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at the 20th annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery July 18-22, according to an announcement by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
     The North-South boys’ and girls’ soccer doubleheader will be at Emory Folmar Soccer Complex on Tuesday, July 19 with the girls playing at 5 p.m., followed by the boys at 7. 
     The AHSADCA All-Star Games also include in-state games in baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball and football. The 56th North-South All-Star football game will be played Thursday night, July 21, at Cramton Bowl.
      The AHSAA Summer Conference is a week-long event that includes sports-specific clinics and special sessions for coaches, principals, athletic directors, cheerleading coaches and officials. Also, an All-Sports Equipment Expo and other related activities are scheduled throughout the week.
     Among the week’s highlights will be the Sportsmanship Luncheon honoring all schools that have not had an ejection or fine during the 2015-16 school year, and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2015-16 Making A Difference Award Recipients , Coaches of the Year in each sport and the AHSADCA Athletic Director of the Year. Both banquets will be Friday, July 22.
      Concluding the week will be the annual Officials Awards Banquet set for Saturday, July 23, at noon.
      Coaches for the North Girls’ Soccer All-Stars are Julie Little of Albertville, Hunter Gray of Indian Springs and George Cavender, retired Butler coach who will serve as administrative coach for the North boys and girls.  South coaches are Analyn Coker of Trinity Presbyterian, Dennis Jones of Smiths Station and Ken Wright of Alabama Christian, the administrative coach for the South girls and boys.
     The South boys’ coaches are Joe Nelson of Northview and Wilfredo Navidad of Montgomery Academy. North coaches are Casey Harbin of Cullman and Daniel DeMasters of defending Class 7A state champion Oak Mountain.
     The North swept both matches in 2015 and now hold a 10-4-1 edge in the boys’ all-star series and are 12-2-1 in the girls’ competition overall.
     The 2016 Soccer All-Star rosters are below.


NORTH TEAM








Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Mary Borden

Florence

DEF

5'8

Brennen Cooke

Spain Park

FOR

5'7

Meghan Cottingham

Thompson

FOR

6'3

Natalie Fogle

Westminster Christian

DEF

5'2

Josephine Gray

Indian Springs

MID

5'9

Madeline Guillen

Chelsea

FOR

5'3

Abby Harper

Randolph

MID

5'6

Aniya Mahaffey

Oxford

DEF

5'2

Aubrie McFall

James Clemens

MID

5'3

Camryn Neal

Westminster OM

MID

5'9

Lindsay Pierce

Madison County

DEF

5'4

Mary Poe

Mountain Brook

FOR

5'9

Jordan Richmond

Holy Spirit Catholic

FOR

5'6

Charissa Roth

Bob Jones

DEF

na

Abigail Traylor

Pell City

MID

5'3

Alyssa Vess

Oak Mountain

GK

5'9

Eleanor Warner

Grissom

MID

5'7





COACHES








Julie Little

Albertville



Hunter Gray

Indian Springs



George Cavender

Retired - Administrative











SOUTH TEAM








Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Taylor Adams

Carroll

FOR

5'2

Emma Bearden

Murphy

DEF

5'5

Maggie Chambers

Montgomery Academy

MID

5'3

Gracie East

Faith Academy

FOR

5'1

Dora Eskridge

Montgomery Academy

GK

5'9

Lily Fulton

Spanish Fort

DEF

5'6

Bailey Gardner

McGill-Toolen Catholic

DEF

5'8

Kirra-Mae Hawke

Auburn

DEF

5'6

Sally Hoffman

Houston Academy

DEF

5'4

Mackenzie Howell

Fairhope

MID

5'4

Eva Knapstein

McGill-Toolen Catholic

GK

5'10

Mallory Messer

St. Paul's

MID

5'4

Cameryn Rogers

Prattville

FOR

5'4

Skylar Scott

Smiths Station

FOR

5'8

Aliya Seebrat

Trinity Presbyterian

MID

5'5

Ashlyn Straham

Park Crossing

MID

5'4

Mary Tipton

Trinity Presbyterian

MID

5'10

Daly Wagoner

Benjamin Russell

MID

5'5





COACHES








Analyn Coker

Trinity Presbyterian



Dennis Jones

Smiths Station



Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Administrative










2016 BOYS NORTH/SOUTH SOCCER ROSTERS






NORTH ALL-STARS







Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Benjamin Borths

Saint Bernard

DEF

5'9

Cade Bryant

Sylacauga

FOR

5'11

Liam Condone

Spain Park

MID

6'0

Nicholas Craig

Madison Academy

LB

6'0

Kennedy Davis

Oak Mountain

MID

5'8

Landon Gaskins

Helena

MID

5'10

 

Cole Gerding

Cullman

MID

6'0

Garren Hayes

Grissom

DEF

5'11

Connor Johnston

Vestavia Hills

MID

5'11

Jose Moreno

Tanner

FOR

6'0

Kyle Oswalt

Guntersville

GK

6'3

Matthew Paul

Florence

DEF

5'10

Saylor Solley

Decatur

FOR

6'2

Seth Torman

Pelham

GK

6'5

Logan Tucker

Pell City

FOR

5'8

Cole Williams

Hoover

FOR

5'9

Jack Wilson

Westminster of Oak Mtn

MID

6'2

Jacob Wolanske

Mountain Brook

DEF

6'0





COACHES








Casey Harbin

Cullman



Daniel DeMasters

Oak Mountain



George Cavender

S.R. Butler (Retired) -Admin.











SOUTH ALL-STARS







Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

William Atkinson

Auburn

FOR

5'11

Jackson Barber

Daphne

MID

5'9

Houston Barnett

Citronelle

GK

5'11

Robert Broom

Holtville

MID

5'11

Enrique Chacaj

Park Crossing

MID

5'8

Matthew Duffey

McGill-Toolen Catholic

MID

5'8

Brandon East

Faith Academy

DEF

5'10

Seth Eddis

Enterprise

DEF

5'9

Michael Greene

Alma Bryant

MID

5'5

Cole Grogan

Benjamin Russell

FOR

5'9

Noah Harrelson

St. Paul's

DEF

6'1

Ethan Hill

Fairhope

FOR

6'0

Michael Kelly

Montgomery Academy

GK

6'2

Logan McDaniel

Houston Academy

DEF

5'10

Matt Merrill

Mary G. Montgomery

MID

6'0

Ahmed Nasser

Baker

FOR

5'8

Jose Ramos Favela

Opelika

MID

6'0

Jacob Rowell

Spanish Fort

DEF

5'8





COACHES








Joe Nelson

Northview



Wilfredo Navidad

Montgomery Academy



Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Admin.



North-South Soccer North 9, South 0 (Boys)

    MONTGOMERY – The North and the South All-Stars battled to a 0-0 tie in Tuesday’s night’s AHSAA All-Star Sports Week boys’ soccer match. The North girls won the early game 5-2 over the South.
    It was the second tie in the 15-match history of the series. The North now leads the series, which started in 1998, 9-4-2.
    In a defensive struggle, the two teams combined for five shots in the first 23 minutes before a lightning delay eliminated the final 16 minutes and 40 seconds of the first half.
    After an hour-long delay, the game resumed with the start of the second half.
    Goalkeeper Phildon Dublin of Helena was named the North MVP for his performance in the second half. Dublin finished with two saves on the South’s only two shots on goal. The South finished with a total of six shots for the game. Randolph goalkeeper Christopher Santos did not face a shot on goal in the first half for the North.

    Dothan goalkeeper Evan Hogan was named South MVP. Hogan recorded six saves in the second half. Daphne goalkeeper Austin Carney recorded four saves for the South in the first half. 


AHSAA North-South Soccer (Girls) North 5, South 2

MONTGOMERY. – West Morgan’s Brianna Thorne and Oak Mountain’s Alexandra Dunn each scored two goals to lead the North team to a 5-2 win on Tuesday in the AHSAA All-Star Sports Week girls’ soccer game at Emory Folmar Soccer Complex Tuesday..

 

Thorne scored the third goal of the game for the North, to make it a 3-1 game with less than five minutes to play in the first half. Her final goal gave the North a 5-2 lead with a little more than six minutes to play in the game.

 

Dunn was named MVP for the North, scoring a goal in each half. Huntsville’s Whitney Batt scored the first goal of the game for the North.

 

North goalkeepers Miranda Schoening and Lauren Roussell only faced two shots on goal for the game. The North took 17 shots on goal to the South’s two.

 

Baker’s Zoe Mould was named MVP for the South. Mould scored one goal, Enterprise’s Madyson Rinehart had one goal and McGill-Toolen’s Abigail Boucher had an assist.

 

Auburn’s Sarah Thorne and Fairhope’s Natalie Seay combined for 12 saves for the South. Thorne had five saves and three goals allowed in the first half and Seay had seven saves and two goals allowed in the second half.

 

The North now has a 12-2-1 record against the South.


North-South Soccer All-Star Teams Named For 2015 North-South Games

      The 2015 North-South all-star boys’ and girls’ soccer teams for the 19th annual Alabama All-Star Sports Week competition were announced Monday by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
      The soccer teams are each comprised of 18 current junior student-athletes from across the state. Both will play Tuesday, July 21) Montgomery’s Emory Folmar Soccer Complex.
The teams were chosen from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery July 20-25, according to Briggs.
     The AHSADCA All-Star Games also include in-state all-star games in softball, baseball, basketball and volleyball. The 56th North-South All-Star football game will be played the previous week and is set for Friday, July 17, at Cramton Bowl.
      The AHSAA Summer Conference is a week-long conference that includes sports specific clinics and special sessions for coaches, principals, athletic directors, cheerleading coaches and officials. Also, an All-Sports Equipment Expo and other related activities are scheduled throughout the week.
     Among the conference’s highlights will be the Sportsmanship Luncheon honoring all schools that have not had an ejection or fine during the 2014-15 school year and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2014-15 Making A Difference Award Recipients ,Coaches of the Year, and the AHSADCA Athletic Director of the Year. Both banquets will be Friday, July 24.
      Concluding the week will be the 19th annual Officials Awards Banquet set for July 25 at noon. The featured speaker for 2015 will be Joe Dean, Jr., Birmingham-Southern athletic director and college basketball TV sports commentator.
      Coaching the South girls’ soccer all-stars are Paul Knapstein of McGill-Toolen Catholic and Scott Capehart of Enterprise. Ken Wright of Alabama Christian is the administrative coach. North girls’ team coaches are Jonathan Hammett of Chelsea and Brandon Rice of West Morgan. Retired Butler coach George Cavendar is the administrative coach.
     Rice led West Morgan to the 1A-3A state finals this season while Knapstein coached McGill-Toolen to the Class 7A semifinals.
      Coaching the North boys’ all-stars are Dwight McDonald of Oxford and Brandon Broughton of Madison County. Cavender is the administrative coach.  Jamie Ferguson of Bayside Academy and Austin Teel of Benjamin Russell are the South boys’ coaches. Ken Wright of Alabama Christian is administrative coach.  Teel and Ferguson coached teams to the Class 1A-3A and 6A semifinals, respectively, in 2015.
     Twelve girls that played in the 2015 AHSAA state soccer tournament semifinals or finals are on two girls’ team rosters including North players Alexandria Dunn of Class 7A state champion Oak Mountain and Morgan Thurber of 4A-5A state champion Randolph. Three members of the North boys’ team also played on state championship teams this season: Hunter Holstad of  Class 7A Oak Mountain, Daniel Miranda of Class 6A Fort Payne and Christopher Santos of Class 4A-5A Randolph.
   Among the top South girls’ players are four that played in state finals: Elizabeth Bailey and Caroline Lamberth of Class 4A-5A runner-up St. Paul’s, Sarah Thorne and Shelly Wall of 7A runner-up Auburn; and for the South boys, Luke Lamonte of 4A-5A runner-up St. Paul’s.
     The North holds a 9-4-1 edge in the series after last year’s 3-0 boys’ win. The North girls won 3-1 last year now has an 11-2-1 advantage in the 14-year series. 
     The AHSADCA operates under the auspices of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA). Membership includes coaches of all AHSAA sports as well as administrators of member schools.

      The rosters:


NORTH BOYS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Sean Bengs

Buckhorn

F

5'10

154

Dylan Bowen

Mountain Brook

B

5'8

140

Phildon Dublin

Helena

GK

6'1

175

Roy Etta

Huntsville

RB

6'0

160

Hunter Holstad

Oak Mountain

CB

6'1

160

Caleb Jones

Grissom

B

5'7

133

Ben Kehoe

John Carroll

C

5'8

145

Max Mao

Florence

M

5'7

150

Daniel Miranda

Fort Payne

F

5'6

150

Patrick Morton

Vestavia Hills

F

5'10

170

Anthony Pack

Indian Springs

F

5'6

125

Akash Patel

Bob Jones

LB

5'7

130

Kai Pham

James Clemens

D

5'5

130

Will Reaves

Athens

M

6'1

175

Christopher Santos

Randolph

GK

6'4

210

Blake Scott

Arab

D

6'3

185

Edgar Steers

Sylacauga

M

5'10

130

Michael Worley

Madison Academy

CM

5'8

135

COACHES

Dwight McDonald

Oxford

Brandon Broughton

Madison County

George Cavender

Butler (Retired) -Admin.

SOUTH BOYS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Alex Ahern

Daphne

M

5'9

155

Christopher Barbosa

Baker

M

5'2

110

Kenan Brackin

Faith Academy

M

5'6

125

Austin Carney

Daphne

GK

6'0

175

Spence Chanthavane

Davidson

D

5'6

130

Drew Darty

Providence Christian

M

6'0

162

Colin Douglas

Bayside Academy

M

6'4

188

Christopher Gregorich

Baker

F

5'10

170

John Hammele

Bayside Academy

D

6'2

180

Evan Hogan

Dothan

GK

5'10

165

Conner Howard

Enterprise

F

5'7

130

Christian Howell

Smiths Station

D

5'11

150

Grant Hudson

Benjamin Russell

F

5'11

175

Luke Lamonte

St. Paul's

D

5'7

150

Connor Raley

Fairhope

M

5'9

155

Ricardo Rosales

Alma Bryant

D

5'11

175

Phillip Speake

Benjamin Russell

F

6'0

162

Blake Stratton

Trinity Presbyterian

D

5'8

155

COACHES

Jamie Ferguson

Bayside Academy

Austin Teel

Benjamin Russell

Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Admin.

NORTH GIRLS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Whitney Batt

Huntsville

D

5'6

Lindsay Copeland

Vestavia Hills

D

5'9

Sarah Donahoo

Sylacauga

M

5'6

Alexandra Dunn

Oak Mountain

F

5'4

Lauren Ezzell

Athens

D

5'8

Anna Frierson

Homewood

M

5'7

Alexandra Gardner

Florence

D

5'10

Mary Katherine Maudsley

Southside- Gadsden

M

5'7

Whitney McKee

Pell City

D

5'4

Courtney Mitchell

Madison County

M

5'3

Rachel Motamed

Indian Springs

F

5'6

Lauren Roussell

Gadsden City

GK

5'7

Miranda Schoening

Oxford

GK

6'1

Leah Shaddix

Cullman

M

5'4

Nicole Strahl

Mountain Brook

D

5'8

Brianna Thorne

West Morgan

F

5'3

Megan Thurber

Randolph

M

5'4

Megan Young

Chelsea

F

5'9

COACHES

Jonathan Hammett

Chelsea

Brandon Rice

West Morgan

George Cavender

Butler (Retired) -Admin.

SOUTH GIRLS

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Elizabeth Bailey

St. Paul's

D

5'0

Ruth Anne Ballard

Benjamin Russell

D

5'7

Abigail Boucher

McGill-Toolen

F

5'4

Katherine Chandler

Trinity Presbyterian

D

5'5

Olivia Eubanks

McGill-Toolen

M

5'8

Tessa Evans

Saint James

M

5'7

Dakota Fields

Prattville

D

5'6

Caroline Lamberth

St. Paul's

D

5'7

Caitlyn Martin

Gulf Shores

RW

5'4

Zoe Mould

Baker

F

5'4

Rebecca Mulholland

Murphy

M

5'1

Madyson Rinehart

Enterprise

F

5'2

Natalie Seay

Fairhope

GK

5'7

Madison Stevens

Bayside Academy

M

5'6

Taylor Strength

Carroll

D

5'5

Sarah Thorne

Auburn

GK

5'7

Abbey Volk

Fairhope

F

5'3

Shelby Wall

Auburn

M

5'7

COACHES

Paul Knapstein

McGill-Toolen

Scott Capehart

Enterprise

Ken Wright

Alabama Christian - Admin.


CLASS 7A Boys State Soccer Championships

Oak Mountain 3, Auburn 0
     Oak Mountain High School’s boys’ soccer team gave the Shelby County school a sweep winning the AHSAA Class 7A boys’ state soccer championship Saturday beating Auburn 3-0 in the finals.
     Coach Dan DeMasters’ Eagles (23-4-1) scored three goals in the last 14 minutes of the championship match Saturday afternoon at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex to break open what had been a fierce but scoreless defensive battle with the Tigers (15-9-3).
     Carl Davis got the first goal at 66:08 and James “Trig” Langner followed four minutes later with the second goal on an assist from Davis.  Clayton McDonald closed out the scoring at 73:48 with the final goal.
     Langner was named MVP of the 7A championship match.
     Auburn, coached by Bill Ferguson, had only two shots for the match and not shots on goal.  Keeper Tim Mixson had two saves for the Tigers.
     Oak Mountain’s girls beat Auburn 2-1 in a final that came down to a shootout to claim the girls’ 7A state title earlier Saturday.
      The state title was fifth for Oak Mountain’s boys with the four previous titles coming in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2011.

CLASS 6A Girls State Soccer Championship

John Carroll Catholic 5, Daphne 0
     John Carroll Catholic High School downed Daphne 5-0 in the AHSAA Class 6A girls’ state soccer championship match Saturday at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
      The state title was the third  girls’ soccer championship in school history and the second in a row for Coach Chace Zanaty’s Lady Cavaliers (16-4-2).  John Carroll won the 5A state crown in 2014 but moved up to 6A this season. John Carroll also won the 5A state championship in 2000.
    Camryn Lyster, named the Class 6A girls’ championship game MVP, scored a hat trick in the finals with the match’s first goal at 12:39 followed by a goal at 51:52 and 76.45.  Her last goal was a corner kick from the left corner of the field that sailed high and untouched over the Daphne goalkeeper’s head and landed untouched in the right corner of the net.
     She had an assist on John Carroll’s second goal – a kick by Claire McPherson at the end of the first half.  Lindsey Flemming scored the other Cavaliers’ goal at 63:05.
    Daphne (11-8-0), coached by Dean Logan, managed just one shot on goal by team leading scorer Rachael Lane.
    The 6A girls’ championship and 7A boys’ championship matches closed out the 2015 AHSAA state soccer championships, the 25th in the association’s history dating back to 1991.

CLASS 6A Boys State Soccer Championship

Fort Payne 1, Northview 0 (2 OT)
     Freshman forward Evan McPherson’s header for a goal at 87:43 in the second sudden-death overtime to lift Fort Payne to a 1-0 victory in the AHSAA Class 6A boys’ state soccer championship match Saturday at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
     McPherson winning goal was set up by a spectacular pass from Danny Gallegos from more than 40 yards away for Coach Jessie Gamez’s Wildcats (20-1-4).  McPherson was named MVP of the championship match.
     Goalkeeper Luis Ramirez had the biggest defensive play of the match with a save on goal in the final seconds of regulation. A long Northview kick got behind the Fort Payne defenders and Ramirez jumped high to snag the ball as it bounced over his head in front of the goal. Ramirez finished with four saves.
     That save sent the two teams into overtime tied at 0-0.
      Jesus Escalera played well for Northview (17-5-1), coached by Joe Nelson, taking four shots and keeping pressure on Fort Payne’s defense in the second half.
      The state title was the second for Fort Payne’s boys. The Wildcats also won the 5A state championship in 2011. The Fort Payne girls have won eight state championships in the 25-year history of the AHSAA soccer championship program, including the first six 1A-5A titles from 1991-1996.

CLASS 4A-5A Girls State Soccer Championship

Randolph 3, St. Paul’s Episcopal 2, 2 OT (4-2 in shootout)
     Randolph School made it a sweep in the AHSAA Class 4A-5A state soccer championships with a 3-2 double-overtime victory won in a shootout over St. Paul’s Episcopal in the  girls finals at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
    Randolph’s boys won 3-2 versus St. Paul’s in the boys finals earlier Friday night.
    St. Paul’s (18-5-4) took the early lead on Ali Sutherland’s first-half goal at the 28:54 mark.  Abby Knowling, the 4A-5A championship MVP, tied the match with a goal six minutes later. 
    Coach Ken Hudson’s Lady Raiders took a 2-1 lead at 61:30 with Renae Washburn’s goal, but with only 4:15 remaining in the second half, Sutherland scored her second goal for Coach Brian Thomas’ Saints to send the match into overtime.
   Neither team scored in the first or second overtime period setting up the final shootout.
   Abby Harper, Eva Schoenrock, Elise Greco and goalkeeper Daria Zarzeka each made goals for Randolph in the shootout. Ellie Grehan and Elizabeth Bailey made goals for St. Paul’s.
   On the night, St. Paul’s keeper Cameron Drum had five saves.
    The title was the third in school history for Randolph’s girls. The Raiders also won 1A-4A state championships in 2009 and 2013. St. Paul’s won its only state title in 2009 (5A).

CLASS 1A-3A Boys State Soccer Championship

Westminster-Oak Mountain 4, Faith Christian 0
     Westminster of Oak Mountain (16-1-2) downed Faith Christian 4-0 in the AHSAA Class 1A-3A state boys’ soccer finals Friday night to claim the Knights’ first state title at Huntsville’s John Hunt Soccer Complex.
    Championship match MVP Jack Stein scored the only goal of  the first half as Coach Patrick Fitzgerald’s team led 1-0 at intermission.  Jared Keeler, Daniel Richardson and Nathan Richards tallied the other three goals in the second half.
    Goalkeeper Caleb McCord had 10 saves for Faith Christian (13-3-0), coached by Erik McDaniel. Keeper Jonathan Stanford had on save for Westminster.



CLASS 4A-5A Boys State Soccer Championship

Randolph 3, St. Paul’s Episcopal 2
     Senior forward Fisher Lucas scored the winning goal with 37 seconds left in the second half Friday night as Randolph beat St. Paul’s Episcopal 3-2 to claim the 2015 AHSAA Class 4A-5A boys state soccer championship.
    Lucas earned MVP honors with all three Raiders’ goals in the finals. His first two came in the opening half – at 11:48 and 23:11 – to give Randolph, coached by Alex Tomlinson, a 2-0 lead.  Noah Harrelson of St. Paul’s closed the lead to 2-1 with the Saints’ first goal at 27:20.  Harrelson tied the match with six minutes remaining to tie the match at 2-2.
    Fisher then nailed the winning goal with a pass from Austin Ly setting up his final shot. Omer Yousuf assisted Fisher on his first goal.
    The state title was Randolph’s sixth boys’ title, third best in AHSAA state boys’ soccer playoff history. The Raiders also had titles in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006 and 2007.
    Faith Christian of Anniston and Westminster-Oak Mountain played in the 1A-3A boys’ finals while Randolph and St. Paul’s squared off in the 4A-5A finals in the late matches Friday night.
    The 25th AHSAA State Soccer Championships will conclude Saturday with state finals for Class 6A and 7A boys and girls. The 7A girls’ championship and 6A boys’ championship matches will be at 10 a.m. at Huntsville’s John Hunt Park. The 6A girls’ and 7A boys’ finals will follow at 12:30 p.m. All finals are being video live-streamed over the NFHS Network. Information about the subscriber-based webcast can be found at:     
http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/promo/2015/ahsaa?utm_source=2015springstassoc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2015ahsaaspring