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Hartselle Enquirer

Tigers soccer optimistic for big year

Members of the 2013 Hartselle girls soccer team are, from left, (front) Lori Milligan, Cady Hensley, Leah Roberts, Stefanie Evans, Susie Barriault, Amber Hicks, (second row) Amanda Mack, Caroline Partlow, Hanna Brown, Sarah Horner, Makayla Holladay, Stephanie Roman (third row) Chasity Golden, Madison Slaten, Shelby Harris, Samantha Lightle, Lauren Haskins, Alycia Timm, Haley Patterson, (back) Karine Haraldsem (manager), Madeline Zanda, Darby Siniard, Emily Marsh, Lindsay Woodruff, Claire Forsythe, Kaitlyn Patrick and Hannah Hand (manager).
Members of the 2013 Hartselle girls soccer team are, from left, (front) Lori Milligan, Cady Hensley, Leah Roberts, Stefanie Evans, Susie Barriault, Amber Hicks, (second row) Amanda Mack, Caroline Partlow, Hanna Brown, Sarah Horner, Makayla Holladay, Stephanie Roman (third row) Chasity Golden, Madison Slaten, Shelby Harris, Samantha Lightle, Lauren Haskins, Alycia Timm, Haley Patterson, (back) Karine Haraldsem (manager), Madeline Zanda, Darby Siniard, Emily Marsh, Lindsay Woodruff, Claire Forsythe, Kaitlyn Patrick and Hannah Hand (manager).

Hartselle’s girls and boys soccer team are optimistic about the 2013 season.

On the girls side, they return all but on one of their team from last year.

Seniors Sarah Horner, Amber Hicks and Alycia Timm and junior Leah Roberts accounted for 39 goals from 2012.

Other returning starters are seniors Makayla Holladay, Haley Patterson and Lindsay Woodruff; juniors Shelby Harris and keeper Chastity Golden; and sophomores Caroline Partlow and Cady Hensley.

Look for Stephanie Evans and senior Susie Barriault to contribute as well.

“This team has the potential to be the first Hartselle soccer team, boys or girls, to make the final four,” said coach Jeff Roberts. “And since we have not made a final four before, getting the girls to believe they can do it is our biggest obstacle.”

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