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  • JV Girls Close with Win

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  • JV Girls Defeat Oak Mou

  • JV Girls Shutout Pell C

Boys and Girls Tennis Evaluations

All players must have on file a current physical and all paper work in order to attend evaluations.  See Coach Crocker or go by athletic office to sign up and get required paper work. Boys evaluations:  Oct 23-27 at West Homewood Park 3:30-6:00 Girls evaluations:  Nov 6-9 at West Homewood Park 3:30-6:00 Athletes involved in […]

JV Girls Close with Win

Last week, the JV girls traveled to Pelham High School for the final soccer match of the season.  Sophomore Perry Steed and freshman Kate Schiller each scored three goals. Freshman Lizzy Peeples placed two in the the back of the net.  Junor Mackenzie Gaddis and sophomore Bess Landgren each accounted for a goal as well. […]

Girls Win Big on Senior Night

The Homewood High School girls soccer team defeated Pinson Valley by a score of 10-0 yesterday to improve their record to 11-3-2 on the season. Scoring for the Patriots – Jessica Harbin (3 goals), Claire Touliatos (2 goals), Amy Szafran (2 goals), Maura Reed and Lizzie Oliver. Goalkeepers Audrey Nabors and Mary Katherine Cleveland shared […]

JV Girls Defeat Oak Mountain

On Tuesday, the JV girls traveled to Oak Mountain for a soccer match.  Sophomore Bella Crim placed a direct kick on frame and sophomore Perry Steed finished the ball to put the Patriots up 1-0. The Patriots held off Oak Mountain to finish the match with a victory of 1-0.  The defensive efforts led by […]

JV Girls Shutout Pell City

On Tuesday evening, the JV girls soccer team shutout Pell City 8-0 at Waldrop Stadium.  The blank sheet was shared by sophomore Bess Landgren and eighth grader Gracie Robinson.  Sophomores Bella Crim and Landgren along with freshmen Hannah Hensarling, Warner Payne, Lizzy Peeples, and Kate Schiller placed balls in the back of the net. Earlier […]

JV Girls Tie Mountain Brook

The JV Lady Patriots played a match against Mountain Brook High School this Tuesday. The hard-fought battle ended in a 0-0 tie. Sophomore goalkeeper Bess Landgren had a clean slate against the Spartans.  She was supported by a strong defensive team effort.  Landgren stopped a penalty kick deep into the second half. The JV Girls will […]

Girls Soccer Improves to 9-2-1

The Homewood High School Girls Soccer Team defeated Gardendale High School 1-0 yesterday. With the win, the team improves to 9-2-1 on the season. Sophomore Maggie O’Hare scored the lone goal on a free kick late in the second half. Goalkeepers Audrey Nabors and Mary Katherine Cleveland shared the shutout in goal combining for 6 saves. […]

Strong Week for JV Girls

The JV Lady Patriots traveled to Decatur to play under Friday night lights.  They won 5-1 to continue undefeated in 6A play this season.  Junior Audrey Kile finished 4 well-played balls from her teammates.  Sophomore Perry Steed contributed to the victory with a goal. On Monday, the JV girls recorded a shutout at Calera High […]

Girls Soccer Defeats Altamont

The second-ranked HHS girls soccer team improved to 7-2-1 on the season with a 4-1 victory at Altamont yesterday. Senior Jessica Harbin scored 2 goals in the win. Junior Rollin Dwyer and sophomore Audrey Nabors also scored. Lizzie Oliver and Maggie O’Hare added assists. Audrey Nabors and Mary Katherine Cleveland shared the goalkeeping duties in […]

Girls Soccer Teams Defeat Thompson

Both the varsity and junior varsity girls soccer teams defeated Thompson High School tonight. The varsity were led by sophomore Maggie O’Hare in the 3-1 victory. O’Hare scored a goal in the first half to give the Patriots a 1-0 lead. Thompson HS answered with a goal to tie the game 1-1 at the half. […]

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