Women's soccer roundup:A look at how former area high school players fared in 2019

Maddy Myers, Lynchburg: A freshman midfielder, Myers played in 13 games and had three shots. The NCAA Division III Hornets went 11-8-1 overall and 5-5 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

Katie Padgett, DeSales: A freshman forward, Padgett played in 18 games and started 15. Padgett had six goals (second on the team), three assists (tied for third), 15 points (second) and 31 shots. The NCAA Division III Bulldogs went 13-5-2 overall and 4-2-1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom.


JWAA Meetings

The JWAA monthly meeting is held every first Monday of the month. The meeting time starts at 6:00 PM and is held in the school's library. All members are welcomed.

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$250 Annual Winner

 The winner of the 
$250 Annual Drawing was
Stephanie Ashby

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