May Athletes of the Month
Amanda had a very strong season, leading the team in scoring and a semi-final appearance in the IAAM Conference playoffs. She earned All-Conference and All-County recognition for the 4th consecutive year. Amanda scored 51 goals to go along with 20 assists. She amassed 389 points over the course of her career, making her the all-time leading scorer in school history and second all-time leading scorer in State history. Amanda's best effort this season came in a game against Park in which she scored 9 goals to go along with 3 assists in the victory.
"Amanda has been a rock for this program. She has a quiet strength and desire to be the best she can be. She is humble and a great teammate. I could ask for a better leader, player or person." – Deanna Thorpe, Varsity Head Coach
John Gage Collier
John Gage had a great month, leading a young AACS team to a 14-4 record and a place in the MIAA Conference Championship game against Indian Creek. John scored 4 goals and assisted on 2 more in the 15-13 loss. In the 8-6 semi-final win over the Key School, John scored 3 goals. John was often called upon to score, especially in big moments. For the season, He led the team with 96 goals and 32 assists for 128 points. He finished as one of the top scorers in the county, his 96 goals and 128 points broke the single season scoring records at AACS.
"John Gage is a competitor. There were times he would take a game over when we most needed it. He has been a joy to coach and I look forward to see how he steps up even more next year." – Bobby Sturgell, Varsity Head Coach.