Soccer all-stars arrive in Greensboro, one roster change reported
Posted July 19, 2015
Greensboro, N.C. — Some of the top soccer players in North Carolina are now in Greensboro for the N.C. Coaches Association East-West All-Star Games.
Boys and girls soccer players will report to Greensboro at 12:30 p.m. The girls team will practice at 1:15 p.m. at Ben L. Smith High School, then the boys team will practice at 3 p.m. at the high school.
Practices will also be held on Monday and Tuesday.
The girls all-star game will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Macpherson Stadium in the Bryan Soccer Complex. The boys all-star game will follow at approximately 8:30 p.m.
There has already been one roster change to the East boys soccer roster. Michael James of Laney has dropped out of the game due to illness. No replacement has been named yet.
Here is a list of local girls soccer players participating in the all-star game:
- Alexa Asher (Millbrook)
- Kendall Conder (Durham School of the Arts)
- Nicole Crutchfield (Northern Durham)
- Allie Cutler (Broughton)
- Rachael Everhart (Panther Creek)
- Eynde Frazier (Hunt)
- Bella Jorio (Corinth Holder)
- Kat McDonald (Wakefield)
- Katie Stokely (Fike)
- Mary Love Taylor (Fike)
Amy Green, the girls soccer coach at Durham School of the Arts, will serve as the head coach of the East girls soccer team.
There are also a number of local boys soccer players who have been named all-stars:
- Otto Binar (Spring Creek)
- Matt Brickhouse (Broughton)
- Richard Cato (Carrboro)
- Sergio Charparro (Richmond)
- Cooper Duplantis (Cardinal Gibbons)
- Christian Jester (J.H. Rose)
- Chason Karst (Corinth Holders)
- Jackson Krueger (Broughton)
- Tristan Marshall (Northern Nash)
- Gerardo Peraza (Pinecrest)
- Hunter Weiland (Heritage)
Richmond boys soccer coach Bennie Howard is the head coach of the East boys soccer team.