Gator teams undefeated

Both the Glenwood boys and girls soccer teams just keep on winning although the Lady Gators came close as they tied Northside Methodist in their final game before the season was suspended by AISA.

The boys’ team mercy ruled Autauga Academy on March 6 with no less than eight players scoring single goals and one capturing two goals, Cameron Stamps.

The eight players scoring single goals were Ethan Craw, the team’s leading scorer, Carson Long, Griffin Montroy, Troy Billingslea, Daryl Monn, Garrett Hall, Alexander Schwind, and Greg Hyche.




Grant Parham kept the shutout with two saves on defense. The Gator passing game handed out five assists with Stamps leading the way there as well with two. Craw Monn and Hayden Schwind each had single assists.

The Lady Gators also made quick work of Autauga Academy by winning, 8-1. Karsyn Floyd, Riley Curtis and Katie Suarez each had two goals and Brooks Sydlik and Jordan Wheeler had single scores. Of the eight Lady Gators goals, seven were credited with assists with Wheeler and Madyson Krug getting two each and Sydlik, Suarez and Floyd getting one each.

Goal keeper Taylor Johnson had three saves and Abby Taylor had a single save.

On March 9, Glenwood made it three wins in a row as the Gators stopped Macon East, 3-0 as Parham once again had a shutout with two more saves.

Craw had two more goals for the year and Stamps had a single score. Each also was credited with an assists.




The Lady Gators did not play Macon East but did battle Springwood in a region contest and waltzed to a 10-0 mercy rule win on March 11.

Again it was a team effort for the Lady Gators as Wheeler was the top scorer with three goals and seven other players scored single goals. Those getting single scores were Floyd, Sydlik, Emily Ivey, Riley Curtis, Taylor, Lily Curtis and Natalie McKay.

The Lady Gators final game before the suspension was against Northside Methodist on March 13 and the game ended in a 3-3 tie. Wheeler, Floyd and Taylor each had a single goal and Floyd and Ivey captured assists. The Lady Gators are now 5-0-1 on the season.