Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Several local athletes were selected to participate in SCISA all-star games this spring.
The goalkeepers selected for the South teams for this year’s SCISA North-South Soccer matches all attend independent schools located in Dorchester County.
Pinewood Prep senior Hannah Miner was the only player listed as a keeper on the Girls South Soccer All-stars’ roster. This season, Miner had 12 shutouts. The final shutout came in the SCISA AAA Girls’ championship game, which the Lady Panthers won 5-0.
Pinewood’s Charlotte Ring, Brittany Miles, Sarai Bowman and Katie Black were also selected for the Girls South Soccer All-stars’ team, which defeated the North all-stars 8-3. Bowman and Ring had two goals a piece in the game.
The only two players listed as keepers on this year’s Boys South Soccer All-stars’ roster were Pinewood’s Thomas Osborne and Cathedral Academy’s Ryan Carter. Osborne was a Co-captain for the Panthers this season who had 10 shutouts on the year. He has signed to keep goal for Limestone College.
The North Boys earned a 2-0 victory this year.
Dorchester Academy pitcher/catcher Stokes Brownlee played for the A-2A South Baseball All-stars in the SCISA North-South Baseball series. Pinewood pitcher/infielder Kris Kuhn and catcher Lewis Vaughn played for the 3A South Baseball All-stars.
The South All-stars won the AAA game 8-2 and the A-AA game 19-14.
Pinewood catcher Olivia Coyle and pitcher Megan Kuhn played for the 3A South Softball All-stars during the SCISA North-South Softball series.
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