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Starr's Mill 3-0 Locust Grove

posted Apr 24, 2018, 5:52 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Apr 24, 2018, 6:27 PM ]

Tuesday, April 24th  
at Starr’s Mill High School
by Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the Locust Grove Lady Wildcats in the first round of the State playoffs.  From the opening kickoff, the Lady Wildcats were on the defensive as the Lady Panthers dominated possession and looked to score.  With the Lady Wildcats dropping nine to eleven players back on defense, the Lady Panthers found it difficult to find space.  Shots were taken, but none got through until the 29th minute when Macey Voorhies netted the goal off the feed from Sofia Varmeziar.  The Lady Panthers 1 – 0 lead stood through halftime as no other shots found their way into the goal.

In the second half, the Lady Panthers continued their dominance, but were better able to attack the Lady Wildcats defense.  With numerous scoring chances, the Lady Panthers were only able to find the back of the net twice more as Ali Rumpel and Sara Evans scored the goals off of the assist of Chloe Thompson for each.

With the win, the Lady Panthers advance to the second round of the playoffs next week – the Sweet Sixteen!

Final Game Statistics:
                                                    Starr’s Mill                                   Locust Grove
Shots                                           28 (11 on goal)                            0 (0 on goal)
Saves                                          0                                                  8
Corners                                       2                                                  0
Offsides                                      3                                                  0 

Starr's Mill 1-2 Pace Academy

posted Apr 19, 2018, 8:03 PM by John Bowen

Girls Varsity
Thursday, April 19th  
At Pace Academy High School
by Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers played on the road against the Pace Academy High School Lady Patriots.  The Lady Panthers made a strong showing to start the match and controlled the ball well.  Chloe Thompson was able to take a pass from Macey Voorhies and score with 18 minutes remaining in the first half.  The Lady Patriots struck back with 12 minutes remaining to know the score at 1 all for the half.

In the second half, the Lady Panthers struggled to get into the flow as many offsides calls stalled their progress. Working hard to create scoring opportunities and control the match, the Lady Panthers were unable to find another goal. Unfortunately, the Lady Patriots pushed the game winner across with 4 minutes remaining to win the match over the Lady Panthers.

The Lady Panthers finish the regular season with a 10–3–5 record.

Final Game Statistics:
                                                    Starr’s Mill                                     Pace Academy
Shots                                            13 (5 on goal)                              10 (7 on goal)
Saves                                           5                                                  4
Corners                                        1                                                  3
Offside                                        9                                                 1    

Starr’s Mill 6-0 Fayette Co

posted Apr 17, 2018, 7:36 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Apr 17, 2018, 7:51 PM ]

Tuesday, April 17th  
At Starr’s Mill High School (Senior Night)
by Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the Fayette County High School Lady Tigers.  In this region match, the Lady Panthers dominated from the start.  While dominating possession, the Lady Panthers were not able to put a ball in the back of the net until the 27th minute mark of the first half.  One more goal was put through to extend the lead to 2 – 0 at the half.

In the second half, the Lady Panthers continued their dominant play and pushed another four goals into the net for a 6 – 0 final score.  Goals were scored by Chloe Thompson (2), Meritt Parker (2), Sara Evans and Katelyn O’Shields.  Assists were recorded by Chloe Thompson (2), Rachel Davison (2) and Kirsten Oates.  The shutout was preserved by the goalkeeping skills of Abby Weaver, Zoey Stellman and Jacqueline Reardon.

The Lady Panthers are now 10–2–5 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
                                                    Starr’s Mill                                    Fayette County
Shots                                            31 (14 on goal)                            3 (2 on goal)
Saves                                           2                                                  8
Corners                                        7                                                  2
Offside                                        3                                                  0

Starr's Mill finishes 5-1-0 in the region and the number 2 seed in the 5A Girls State Playoffs.

Starr's Mill 1-1 (2-4 PKs) McIntosh

posted Apr 13, 2018, 8:28 PM by John Bowen

Friday, April 13th
At Starr’s Mill High School
by Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the McIntosh High School Lady Chiefs. In a match to determine the Region championship, the Lady Panthers took early control of possession, with the midfield of Macey Voorhies and Rachel Davison leading the charge. Zoey Stellman played very well, keeping the Lady Chiefs out of the net with some key saves. With 22 minutes remaining in the match, the Lady Chiefs scored off of a corner kick to take a 1 – 0 lead. Not to be denied, the Lady Panthers answered with 14 minutes remaining on a beautifully slotted ball from Sara Evans that Chloe Thompson put in the back of the net. The score remained 1 – 1 to end the half.

In the second half, the play was mainly in the midfield, with both teams working to gain an advantage and score. However, neither team could capitalize and the end of regulation finished in a 1 – 1 tie. Overtime proved to be no different – no team could gain an advantage and the match would be determined via penalty kicks. In penalty kicks, the Lady Chiefs went first and scored and then Rachel Davison scored for the Lady Panthers, the next Lady Chief scored and the Lady Panthers did not convert. The third Lady Chief scored, and Meritt Parker scored for the Lady Panthers. The fourth Lady Chief scored, and when the next Lady Panther did not, the Lady Chiefs won the game on PKs 4 – 2.

The Lady Panthers are now 9–2–5 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
Starr’s Mill McIntosh
Shots 5 (1 on goal) 11 (4 on goal)
Saves 3 0
Corners 0 6
Offside 1 1

Starr’s Mill 0-4 Marist

posted Mar 28, 2018, 4:58 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 28, 2018, 8:23 PM ]

Wednesday, March 28th
At Marist High School
by Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers played on the road at the home of the Marist Lady War Eagles. From the beginning, the Lady War Eagles dominated possession. The score remained tied until a handball with 7 minutes remaining, where the Lady War Eagles capitalized by scoring on a free kick. Marist found the back of the net again right before half to lead 2 – 0 at the half.

In the second half of the game, the Lady Eagles scored twice more and the Lady Panthers could not, which finished off the scoring for the game and a 4 – 0 loss for the Lady Panthers.

The Lady Panthers are now 9-2-4 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
Starr’s Mill Marist
Shots 3 (2 on goal) 19 (15 on goal)
Saves 11 2
Corners 2 10
Offside 0 3

Starr's Mill 6-0 Sandy Creek

posted Mar 26, 2018, 7:41 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 26, 2018, 7:46 PM ]

Monday, March 26th
At Starr’s Mill High School
By Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the Sandy Creek High School Lady Patriots to start off their week. The Lady Panthers dominated the game in possession and control of the pace of play. However, no goals were scored until, with 18 minutes to play in the first half, Darby Olive found the back of the net. Lady Panthers 1 – 0. Less than a minute later, Meritt Parker had a beautiful service to Rachel Davison, who pushed the ball past the keeper to put the Lady Panthers up 2 – 0. This carried through to halftime.

In the second half, the Lady Panthers continued to press the Lady Patriots and were rewarded just two minutes in as Darby Olive scored her second goal of the match to put the Panthers up 3 – 0. Chloe Thompson then put a brace of her own on the board for the Lady Panthers in the next 8 minutes. This stretched the Lady Panthers lead to 5 – 0. With 17 minutes remaining, the final goal was scored by Quin Nowicki on a pass from Chloe Thompson. Lady Panthers win 6 – 0. All the Lady Panthers played well, and another shutout was recorded by the defense and keepers Zoey Stellman and Abby Weaver.

The Lady Panthers are now 9-1-4 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
Starr’s Mill Sandy Creek
Shots 28 (19 on goal) 3 (1 on goal)
Saves 1 13
Corners 5 1
Offsides 3 0

Starr's Mill 1-0 East Coweta

posted Mar 23, 2018, 5:52 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 26, 2018, 7:44 PM ]

Friday, March 23rd
At East Coweta High School
By Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers played on the road against the East Coweta High School Lady Indians. For the beginning of the match, the Lady Panthers were working the ball around the field well and working well at attacking the Lady Indians. The Lady Indians stepped up their intensity and the match turned into a back and forth affair for the remainder of the first half. With neither team netting a goal, the first half ended in a 0 – 0 tie.

To start the second half, the Lady Panthers pressed forward and were able to push the ball toward the Lady Indians goal and get some dangerous tries off. With 35 minutes remaining in the game, Ali Rumpel scored from outside the box on a nicely struck ball over the keeper. The Lady Panthers took the 1 – 0 lead. The remainder of the match swung back and forth with the Lady Indians upping their pressure and pressing the Lady Panthers defense. The Lady Panthers defense prevailed, with Abby Weaver and Zoey Stellman combining for the shutout, and the 1 – 0 victory.

The Lady Panthers are now 8-1-4 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
Starr’s Mill East Coweta
Shots 6 (4 on goal) 17 (3 on goal)
Saves 3 3
Corners 2 3
Offsides 0 1

Starr's Mill 3-0 Walton

posted Mar 20, 2018, 5:19 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 20, 2018, 5:35 PM ]



Tuesday, March 20th
At Starr’s Mill High School
By Arthur Walton

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the Walton High School Lady Raiders. In a hard fought match from the start, the Lady Panthers were pushed to play tough defense against the Lady Raiders. While dominating possession, the Lady Raiders were unable to find a goal as the defense kept them off the board. In the final minute of the first half, Chloe Spradlin found Sara Evans who scored to put the Panthers up 1 – 0 to finish the half.

The second half remained eerily similar to the first half with the Lady Panthers on the defensive. Abby Weaver made some key saves and again the Lady Raiders could not find the back of the net. With two minutes remaining in the game, Sofia Varmeziar crossed the ball and Darby Olive pushed another goal past the keeper for a 2 – 0 lead. Then on a quick counter, Chloe Thompson found Sara Evans on a breakaway which Evans put into the back of the goal for the final score of the game 3 – 0.

The Lady Panthers are now 7-1-4 on the season.

Final Game Statistics:
Starr’s Mill Walton
Shots 4 (4 on goal) 23 (9 on goal)
Saves 9 1
Corners 0 9
Offsides 0 3

Starr's Mill 10-0 Morrow

posted Mar 16, 2018, 5:35 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 19, 2018, 6:44 AM ]

Friday, March 16th  

At Tara Stadium

By Arthur Walton

 

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers played on the road against the Morrow High School Lady Mustangs.  In the another region match for the Lady Panthers, the Lady Mustangs were overpowered and outplayed from the start.  With a shortened match due to the scoring prowess of the Lady Panthers, there was no doubt about what would be the final result.  Although the Lady Panthers struggled with offsides, they dominated in time of possession, scoring chances and the final score:  10 – 0.

 

Goal scorers for the match were:  Chloe Thompson and Sara Evans with the hat trick (3), Darby Olive with a brace (2), and Meritt Parker and Rachel Davison each with a goal.  Assists on the night went to Rachel Davison, Darby Olive and Ali Rumpel each with 2 and Meritt Parker with 3. 

 

Starr’s Mill moved to 6-1-4 on the season (and remained undefeated in Region play).

 

Final Game Statistics:

Stats Starr’s Mill Morrow

Shots 16 (13 on goal) 1 (0 on goal)

Saves 0 3

Corners 1 0

Offsides 7 0

Starr's Mill 10-0 Griffin

posted Mar 12, 2018, 6:06 PM by John Bowen   [ updated Mar 13, 2018, 5:18 AM ]

Monday, March 12th  

at Starr’s Mill High School

by Arthur Walton

 

The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers hosted the Griffin High School Lady Bears.  In the another region match for the Lady Panthers, the Lady Bears were overpowered and outplayed from the start.  With a shortened match due to the scoring prowess of the Lady Panthers, there was no doubt about what would be the final result.  The Lady Panthers dominated in time of possession, scoring chances and the final score:  10 – 0.

 

Goal scorers for the match were:  Sofia Varmeziar with the hat trick (3), Sara Evans, Ali Rumpel and Meritt Parker each with a brace (2), and Chloe Thompson with a goal.  Assists on the night went to Sara Evans, Katelyn O’Shields and Chloe Thompson (3). 


Starr’s Mill moved to 5-1-4 on the season (and remained undefeated at 3-0-0 in Region play).

 

Final Game Statistics:

Stats Starr’s Mill Griffin

Shots 45 (20 OG) 0 (0 OG)

Saves 0 10

Corners 4 1

Offsides 2 1 

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