Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Nolan Catholic Among the Girls' Soccer National Stat Leaders

Girls' soccer national stat leaders
By Sheldon

The following are the nation's top reported performances for the 2008-09 school year.

(2008-2009 school year)

Consecutive Wins (Minimum 18)
34, Lenape (N.J.)*29, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.)*26, Broad Run (Ashburn, Va.)25, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)22, St. Pius (Atlanta, Ga.)*21, Bethlehem (N.Y.)21, Foothill (Pleasanton, Calif.)19, Union-Endicott (N.Y.)*19, Wheat Ridge (Colo.)18, East Islip (N.Y.)18, Pennington Prep (Pennington, N.J.)*18, Waterville (Maine)**-active streak

Consecutive Games Without A Loss (Minimum 20)
59, Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)58, George Jenkins (Lakeland, Fla.)48, Broad Run (Ashburn, Va.)*47, Acton-Boxboro (Mass.)41, St. Francis (Sacramento, Calif.)*39, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.)*35, Leesville Road (Raleigh, N.C.)*35, St. Ursula (Cincinnati, Ohio)*34, Lenape (N.J.)*31, Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)31, Robinson (Fairfax, Va.)28, Portage Central (Portage, Mich.)*28, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)27, Kingwood (Humble, Texas)27, Reagan (San Antonio, Texas)26, Service (Anchorage, Alaska)*25, Austin (Fort Bend, Texas)25, Clovis (Calif.)25, Miami Springs (Miami, Fla.)24, Clear Lake (Houston, Texas)24, Melbourne (Fla.)*24, John Jay (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.)*23, Woodbury (Minn.)*22, Noblesville (Ind.)*22, St. Pius (Atlanta, Ga.)*21, Bethlehem (N.Y.)21, Centerville (Ohio)21, Foothill (Pleasanton, Calif.)21, McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.)20, Chatfield (Littleton, Colo.)20, Montgomery (Skillman, N.J.)*-active streak

Most Goals Scored, Season (Minimum 100)
156, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.), 22 matches146, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.), 29 matches146, Virgil Grissom (Huntsville, Ala.), 29 matches144, Lake Norman (Mooresville, N.C.), 25 matches143, Melbourne (Fla.)141, St. Pius (Atlanta, Ga.), 22 matches137, Lee's Summit North (Lee's Summit, Mo.), 28 matches125, Richmond Hill (Ga.), 21 matches122, Marvin Ridge Waxhaw, N.C.), 23 matches121, T.C. Roberson (Asheville, N.C.), 27 matches117, East Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, N.C.), 25 matches117, Whitewater (Fayetteville, Ga.), 21 matches116, Mountain Brook (Ala.), 23 matches116, Sandia (N.M.)114, Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh, N.C.), 23 matches114, Lakeside Evans (Evans, Ga.), 17 matches113, Swansboro (N.C.), 27 matches112, Decatur (Ala.), 28 matches111, Yucaipa (Calif.)110, Emmaus (Pa.)109, St. Francis (Sacramento, Calif.)108, Forbush (East Bend, N.C.), 26 matyches108, Glynn Academy (Brunswick, Ga.), 20 matches107, Kings Mountain (N.C.), 26 matches106, Charlotte Catholic (Charlotte, N.C.), 23 matches106, Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, Texas)106, Salem (Conyers, Ga.), 22 matches104, Greenbrier Evans (Evans, Ga.), 20 matches104, Marist (Atlanta, Ga.), 22 matches102, Greater Atlanta Christian (Norcross, Ga.), 22 matches100, Randolph (Huntsville, Ala.), 22 matches100, Service (Anchorage, Alaska), 23 matches100, Topsail (N.C.), 19 matches

Most Goals Scored, Game (Minimum 11)
18, Fargo North (Fargo, N.D.) vs. Devils Lake (N.D.), April 21, 200917, Kennedy (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) vs. Warerloo East (Warerloo, Iowa), May 26, 200915, McLean (Va.) vs. Wakefield (Va.), March 12, 200915, Waterville (Maine) vs. Brewer (Maine), Sept. 5, 200813, Yucaipa vs. Banning (Calif.), Dec. 4, 200812, Sacred Heart (Ky.) vs. Whitfield Academy (Ky.), Oct. 20, 200811, Sandia (N.M.) vs. Santa Fe (N.M.), Oct. 23, 200811, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.) vs. Ceres (Calif.), 2009

Most Shutouts, Season (Minimum 15)
23, Yucaipa (Calif.)22, Noblesville (Ind.)22, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)21, Reagan (San Antonio, Texas)20, Broad Run (Ashburn, Va.)19, Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, Texas)19, San Clemente (Calif.)19, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.)18, Ardrey Kell (Charlotte, N.C.)18, Melbourne (Fla.)17, Leesville Road (Raleigh, N.C.)16, Clear Lake (Houston, Texas)16, Wheat Ridge (Colo.)
Most Shutouts, Consecutive (Minimum 8)22, Noblesville (Ind.)14, Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.)11, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.), March 12-April 2510, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)8, Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, Texas)8, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.), May 4-May 30

Most Goals Scored, Season (Minimum 35)
65, Morgan Marlborough, Lee's Summit North (Lee's Summit, Mo.)59, Mar Rodriguez, Santa Ana Valley (Calif.)59, Sam Scalf, Bartram Trail (St. John's, Fla.)55, Victoria Burnell, Liberty-Madera (Calif.)53, Amy Grow, Deer Creek (Okla.)53, Kate Maguigan, Page (Franklin, Tenn.)53, Nicole Vanni, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)50, Chrissy Gratz, Archbishop McCarthy (Fla.)50, Stephanie Rose, White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.)50, Aimee Vasquez, Ruidoso (N.M.)49, Tabitha Padgett, Orange Park (Fla.)48, Emily Gray Powell, Heritage School (Ga.)47, Jordan Pellerin, Waterville (Maine)46, Demi Hamilton, Selma (Calif.)44, Kodi Lavrusky, Yucaipa (Calif.)43, Tishia Jewell, Satellite (Satellite Beach, Fla.)43, Brooke Thigpen, Bolles School (Jacksonville, Fla.)41, Jenny Hernandez, American (Miami, Fla.)41, Caitlin Landis, Milton (Hershey, Pa.)41, Katie Stengel, Viera (Melbourne, Fla.)40, Ceci Colon, Westminster (Fla.)40, Monica Lozano, Mater (Fla.)39, Shareen Sutherland, Edgewater (Orlando, Fla.)39, Jenci Villaverde, Bayside (Fla.)38, Taylor Addison, Cardinal Spellman (N.Y.)38, Jeanne Canto, Coral Gables (Fla.)38, Kori Hamm, Edmeston (N.Y.) 38, Kathleen Murphy, Santa Fe (Fla.)38, Tatiana Penagos, American Heritage-Delray (Fla.)37, Brittany D'Addio, Pope John Paul II (Fla.)37, Andrea Rohrschieb, West Broward (Fla.)37, Vanessa Skrumbis, Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.)36, Alicia Blose, Tamalpais (Mill Valley, Calif.)35, Meghan Gilley, Emmaus (Pa.)35, Kat Nigro, Livingston Academy (Tenn.)35, Becky Patton, Collegiate (Richmond, Va.)35, Taylor Schram, Canon-McMillan (Pa.)

Most Goals Scored, Game (Minimum 6)
8, Jordan Pellerin, Waterville (Maine) vs. Brewer, Sept. 5, 20087, Andre Cardenas, Coachella Valley (Calif.) vs. Imperial, Jan. 5, 2009

Most Assists, Season (Minimum 20)
39, Jessie Palacio, La Salle (Fla.)33, Hilary Zenuk, Highland (Gilbert, Ariz.)30, Sarah Granda, Dade Christian (Fla.)30, Stephanie Whitten, Waterville (Maine)27, Brittany D'Addio, Pope John Paul II (Fla.)27, Michaela Scott, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)26, Dallas Carter, Miami Springs (Miami, Fla.)26, Sarah Lenhart, Wellington (Fla.)26, Paula Zuluaga, Miami Springs (Miami, Fla.)25, Vonnie DesJarlais, Service (Anchorage, Alaska)25, Rachel Montoya, St. Pius (N.M.)25, Amunique Scott, American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)23, Alex Burton, Reagan (San Antonio, Texas)23, Jill Holdsworth, Satellite (Satellite Beach, Fla.)

Most Assists, Game (Minimum 4)
4, Kaylie Winston, Pasco (Wash.) vs. Davis (Wash.), Sept. 13, 2008

Most Shutouts, Season (Minimum 15) 22, Kelsey Wys, Douglas (Parkland, Fla.)21, Moriah Fallon, Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)21, Ashley Szalwinski, Noblesville (Ind.)20, Caitlin Hunter, Broad Run (Ashburn, Va.)20, Kathleen Messinger, Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.)19, Mikaela Barboza, American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)19, Tiffany Corder, San Clemente (Calif.)19, Haylee Shoaff, Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)18, Carolina Garcia, Lourdes (Miami, Fla.)17, McKenzie Sauerwein, Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, Texas)

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

IT's OFFICIAL - Season Begins

The LVS Season has officially begun. Players met after school today to discuss the upcoming season. Off-Season begins at the crack of dawn on Monday at 6:00am and continues through October 19th, which is when try-outs will be held. The first game is a district match vs Grapevine Faith on Tuesday, November 3rd. District matches continue through the month of November and December.
The 8th Annual Alumni Soccer Match kicks-off the New Year on Saturday, January 2nd at 11:00am at Doskocil Stadium.
The Red Bull Nolan Showcase featuring the nations top high school women's teams will take place on Jan. 7-9. The Nation's best teams will come to Fort Worth and Southlake from California, Florida, Louisiana, Arizona, Nevada, and of course, Texas. The field tripled in 2009 as Southlake Carroll co-hosted the event with Nolan Catholic. ESPN and NIKE have expressed interest in supporting the event. ESPNU has interest in televising a game or two.
The Lady Vikings will continue the following weekend at the Austin Showcase hosted by the St. Stephen's Soccer Academy and then come home to another week of non-district games until they compete once again in the CHHS Allison Horn Memorial Showcase.
A couple weeks until the playoffs begin as the Lady Vikings look for a long run at another State Championship.