East-West All-Stars Football Practice for today with Soccer Game Times and Coaches’/Players’ Bios for Soccer

Posted by Andy Durham on July 19, 2016 at 9:54 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

East-West All-Stars Football Practice:
8:15am-10:15 East Football practices at Southwest Guilford HS
11:00am-12:30 pm East Football practices at Southwest Guilford HS

8:45am-10:45 West Football practices at Western Guilford HS
11:30am-1:00pm West Football practices at Western Guilford HS

Men’s Soccer for Today/Tuesday:
12:30pm-1:30 Men’s practice at Smith HS

8:30 Men’s soccer game begins at Macpherson Stadium, Bryan Soccer Complex

Women’s Soccer for Tuesday/Today:
11:30am-12:30 Women’s practice at Smith HS

6:30pm Women’s soccer game begins at Macpherson Stadium, Bryan Soccer Complex

West Players’ Bios:(Women)…Area
Kelsey Chamberlin
Kelsey…Page…5-5…M…coached by James Pielow…as senior, named All-Conference, All-Region, Conference Offensive POY…Pat Palmer Award recipient…Brittany Maynard Sportsmanship Award recipient…scored 12 goals, 7 assists…as junior, named All-Conference, All-Region…scored 12 goals, 6 assists…as sophomore, named All-Conference…scored 6 goals, 8 assists…also twice named All-Conference in cross country…named Page Swimmer of the Year as a freshman and Page Runner of the Year as a sophomore…named PHS Freshman Athlete of the Year…member of Nat’l Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Honor Society, Pep Club, Pay It Forward Club…plans to attend and play for Washington and Lee where she will major in pre-med or business…favorite college athlete is Marcus Paige…favorite pro is Alex Morgan…says “It’s an honor to play and I hope to get ready to play next fall for Washington and Lee.”

Allie Reagan
Allie…East Forsyth…5-8…D…coached by Chad Lorentz…as senior, named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, Conference Defensive POY, EFHS Most Dedicated Player…as junior, named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference…as sophomore, named All-Region, All-Conference…member of National Honor Society, Crosby Scholars, Deans Council…scholarship to play at High Point University…favorite college athlete is Kelsey Perell…favorite pro athlete is Ali Krieger…says “I am greatly excited to play! It is an honor to be nominated to play in this game. I can’t wait to play with new people and against some of the top players in NC.”

Debbie Killian
Debbie…East Forsyth…5-4…M…coached by Chad Lorentz…as senior, Presidential Scholarship and partial McCorkle Scholarship recipient…as junior, named All-Region, All-Conference…as sophomore, named All-Conference…Spanish Club president…Social Studies Honor Society vice president…Latin Club secretary…scholarship to play for Catawba where she will major in biology…plans to pursue a career as a pediatrician or general physician…favorite college athlete is Sam Cronin…favorite pro athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo…says “It has been a goal of mine since freshman year to be able to participate in these games because of previous East Forsyth players that have participated. I expect to gain some good practice at a higher level with good players.”

Caitlin Hill
Caitlin Hill…West Forsyth…5-5…F…coached by Scott Bilton… as senior, was injured for most of season…scored 3 goals, 2 assists in 5 games…as junior, named All-Region, All-Conf…scored 21 goals, 5 assists…as soph, named All-Conf…scored 14 goals, 6 assists…also named All-Conf and played on state championship team in softball…member of Nat’l Honor Society, Math Honor Society, Senior Class Council …Green Blanket Award recipient…Marine Corps Outstanding Female Athlete…scholarship to play at Catawba College where she will major in exercise science…wants to open her own gym…her mom, Charla Hill, is her role model…favorite pro athlete is Alex Morgan…says “Playing in the all-star game makes me a little nervous, but extremely honored. I expect a great experience and a chance to meet other female athletes and to have fun.”

Men from our area…

Nicholas Lugo
Nicholas…Southwest Guilford…5-7, 145…M…coached by Rob Szitas…as senior, named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, Conference POY, Region POY, All-Area, team captain…scored 33 goals, 14 assists…as junior, named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference…also competed in golf and track…member of FBLA, FCA…plans to attend and play for Appalachian State where he will major in marketing…favorite college athlete is Brandt Bronico…favorite pro athlete is Paulo Dybala…says “I am very excited to play in the all-star game. It’s a great honor to be playing among so many other great players, and I expect to gain experience playing against and with elite athletes and learning from a new coach with a different viewpoint of the game.”

Bryce Spesock
Bryce…High Point Central…6-3, 165…M…coached by David Villa…as senior, named All-Region, All-Conference, team co-captain and co-MVP…as junior, named All-Conference…Spirit Award recipient…as sophomore, Spirit Award recipient…undecided about college choice…will major in engineering…Campbell Locke is his role model…favorite college athlete is Jack Lown…favorite pro athlete is Aaron Ramsey…says “I hope to represent my school with pride and prove that HP Central shouldn’t be looked over when it comes to soccer. I’m very excited to be able to finish my high school career by being gifted to play in the all-star game. When playing in the game, I will feel honored to meet other great soccer players and coaches and gain the experience from playing in such a high level of competition.”

Jacob Mann
Jacob…Eastern Alamance…6-3, 185…F…coached by Lori Gilliam…as senior, named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, Conference POY, All-Tournament…as junior, named All-Tournament…as sophomore, named All-Tournament…also named All-Conference in basketball…plans to attend Hampden-Sydney where he will major in sports management/business…wants to pursue a career in sports management…his dad is his role model…favorite college athlete is Grayson Allen…favorite pro athlete is Kris Bryant…says “To be able to play with some of the best high school soccer players in the state is a huge honor that I will not take for granted. I hope that I will be able to learn from the coaches as well as the players while I’m there.”

2016 NCCA East West All-Star Soccer Coaches

Men’s Soccer

East Team

Brad Spell
East head coach is entering his 18th season at Clinton High where he has compiled a career record of 231-135-21 and his teams have won 4 conference titles and made 11 state playoff appearances in 17 seasons…5 times named Conference Coach of the Year…4 times named Regional Coach of the Year…named 2015 2A State Coach of the Year…started the women’s soccer program at Clinton High in 2000 and the men’s and women’s soccer programs at the middle school in 2003 and the JV men’s program at the high school in 2009…previously served as JV men’s head basketball coach and as the varsity basketball coach, first as an assistant and then as the head coach, where he compiled a record of 97-20 and won 4 conference titles and was named Conference Coach of the Year 3 times from 2007 to 2011…born in Clinton, NC…1993 graduate of Clinton High where he played basketball and where he was named team MVP and All-State in tennis and team MVP in soccer…1993 recipient of the Ferd Johnson Sportsmanship Award…1998 graduate of East Carolina University…earned Masters of Athletic Administration from ECU in 1998…National Board Certified Teacher since 2006…says “It is very rewarding for me to have been able to watch the game of soccer grow in our small, rural community over the last 15 years. There are a lot of volunteers, coaches, parents, players, and others who have helped pioneer this sport to what it is today in Sampson County. I am truly proud, honored, and excited to represent Clinton High School and our community as the coach of the East men’s soccer all-star team in the 2016 NCCA East-West All-Star Games.”

West Team

Lynn Massey
West head coach is entering his 12th season coaching both men’s and women’s soccer teams at Bartlett Yancey High where he has complied a career record of 228-159-32 and his women’s team has won 1 conference title…3 times named Conference Coach of the Year for the men’s team and twice for the women’s team…his men’s and women’s teams have made 16 combined state playoff appearances…2009 women’s team received the NCHSAA Scholar Athlete State Team Award for Highest GPA…graduate of Bartlett Yancey High and N.C. State University…says “It is an honor and privilege to coach the men’s West all-star soccer team in the 2016 NCCA East-West All-Star Game and to work with these scholar athletes in this event.”

Women’s Soccer

East Team

Chris Hadlock
East head coach is entering his 18th season in North Carolina starting at Union Pines as both Men’s and Women’s coach from 2001-2007, compiling a record of 181-97-8, and then moving to East Montgomery High where he has compiled a record of 245-52-15 from 2008 to the present season with both teams… while in the military he coached at Bartlett High and Service High in Alaska with a record of 93-30-6…compiled a career record of 519-179-29 in 27 years as head varsity coach in two states. Between 1988-92 as the JV head coach at Choctawhatchee High in Florida, his team went 123-14-4…his teams have won 23 conference regular season titles, 3 conference tournament titles, and made 29 state playoff appearances …named Conference Coach of the Year 17 times and Regional Coach of the Year once…3 times coached in the Men’s State Games, once as the head coach and twice as an assistant coach…born in Rochester, NY…1979 graduate of Marion Sr. High (NY) where he played soccer, basketball, and baseball…1996 graduate of Troy University…says “It’s an honor to be considered and selected as a coach in this event. In my 20 year military career, I was fortunate to be able to coach wherever I was. I would like to thank my wife of 35 years, Luci, and my two sons, Troy and Dalton, for allowing me to do what I love for so many years.”

West Team

Kenan James
West head coach is entering his 17th season at Forbush High where he has compiled a career record of 317-78-20 and his teams have won 8 conference regular season titles and made 15 state playoff appearances, including winning 5 western regional 2A titles, in 15 seasons…6 times named Conference Coach of the Year and Regional Coach of the Year…twice named State Coach of the Year…born in Winston-Salem, NC…1992 graduate of Forbush High where he was named All-Conference in soccer…1999 graduate of UNC Greensboro…says “It’s a tremendous honor to be selected to coach the West team, and I feel very blessed to participate.”


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