By: Kyle Sandy — Director of MediaFollow @sportalspace
Nine girls soccer teams remain undefeated heading into the home stretch of the season.
In Class 6A, No. 1 Johns Creek (12-0-2) and No. 6 Glynn Academy (12-0) have yet to taste defeat. Both squads have allowed only 4 goals apiece this season. The Terrors have averaged over 5 goals per game to go along with their stingy defense while Johns Creek nets 3.07 per contest.
Class 5A sees No. 2 Veterans (14-0) and No. 3 Flowery Branch (14-0) still unblemished. The Warhawks have a balanced attack with four players capable of striking at any time. Danielle Coumbs (17 G, 8 A), Sage Sammeli (14 G, 17 A), Brenley Townsend (14 G, 4 A) and Maranda Krirat (13 G, 3 A) pace the offense. The Falcons have transformed from an 11-7-1 team a year ago to possibly the best young group in the state, headlined by a pair of potent freshmen. Larsyn Reid has contributed 32 goals and 13 assists while McKenzie Kent has put up 20 goals and 21 assists. Sophomores Glorismel Chavez (14 G, 2 A) and Anna Grady (10 G, 11 A) round out the offense.
At 9-0-3, Bremen is ranked No. 7 in Class AAA. Showdowns with Sonoraville (9-3-2) and North Paulding (8-4) loom.
Four teams in Class A still have dreams of a perfect season intact: No. 2 First Presbyterian Day (12-0), No. 4 Brookstone (13-0), No. 9 Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (9-0) and unranked Prince Avenue Christian (12-0). ELCA is led by Cassidi Thomas (19 G, 11 A) and Jasmine Senter (19 G, 12 A). Prince Avenue has seen Megan Garth blast 35 goals and Madison Britt net 23. The Lady Wolverines will have a chance to cement themselves as a contender and bust into the Top 10 if they can go on the road and beat No. 1 Athens Academy (12-1).