Indiana Soccer

Date and Location of The East/West All-Star IN-DOOR SOCCER GAMES Produced by Post Your T


Date: Saturday, November 7, 2020
Times: Girls: 9:30 and 11:00 a.m., Boys: 12:30 p.m.
Admission: $5 at the door
Director: Coach Mike Walker – (765) 635-6360 (cell)
Location: THE GATHERING PLACE at 1495 W. Main Street, Greenwood, IN 46142 (see map below)

Fans of soccer are always welcome… bring snacks to enjoy the games.

*Players should be at the field 30 minutes before their game to pick up their packet and game jersey.*

Don’t forget…
Bring BLACK shorts
PLUS a pair of black
AND white socks!

>>> Indoor soccer shoes or gym shoes only! (No outdoor cleat shoes) <<<

Team Rosters


GIRLS SOCCER GAME #1 – 9:30 a.m.

EAST TEAM – RED
Destiny Donati, Muncie Central – D
Grace Weaver, Mishawaka Mar. – D
Mia Garatoni, Mishawaka Mar. – F
Kailee Baker, Milan – MF
Maggie Schmidt, Milan – MF
Audrey Schmidt, Milan – GK
Lilly Marshall, Shelbyville – D/M
Macy Cooley, Shelbyville – G/D
Ellie Simpson, Shelbyville – C/D
Sinai Aguilar, Twin Lakes – D
WEST TEAM – BLUE
Courtney Burns, Twin Lakes – G
Haylee Nesbitt, Twin Lakes – MD
Jillian Bowman, Twin Lakes – D/G
Rebecca Minix, Culver – D/M
Giselle Villegas, Culver – M/F
Sophia Heath, Culver – D/G
Abby Lucas, Rensselaer, S
Addy Koebcke, Rensselaer, D
Liz S. Rodriguez, Twin Lakes – LD
Ainsley Butler, Mishawaka Mar. – GK

GIRLS SOCCER GAME #2 – 11:00 a.m.

EAST TEAM – RED
Payton Bledsoe, Milan – F/C
Kyleigh Bledsoe, Milan – F/W
Serena Williams, Decatur Cent. – D
Naomi Husseini, Decatur Cent. – G
Jackie Flores, Decatur Cent. – S
Lainey Shock, Manchester – OS
Torina Runkel, Manchester – S
Jackie Delgado, W. Noble – G/D
Alyssa Phelps, Milan – F
Liliana Aguayo, Decatur Central
WEST TEAM – BLUE
Abbigail Kislela, Culver – D
Kaylee Hamilton, Culver – CM
Briana Houpt, Andrean – GK
Kelsey Anderson, Northmont – SWPR
Teegan Bacon, Northmont – F
Anna Caster, Lutheran – G/D
Kylie Kennedy, Bishop Luers – F
Jayla Fikes, Bishop Luers – D
Bridget Sherman, Andrean – MF
Nyah Brumfield, S. Spencer – F

BOYS SOCCER GAME #3 – 12:30 p.m.

EAST TEAM – RED
Ethan Carey, Wawasee – F
Niles Hodges, Wawasee – D
Isaac Hodges, Wawasee – D
Elijah Ladd, Delphi – D
Zach Gentile, S. Ripley – F
Bryant Teegardin, Maconaquah – M
Jackson Jones, Maconaquah – M
Jace Mishler, Wawasee – CB
Caleb Young, Wawasee – CM
Maguire Thompson, Delphi – MF
Malik Smith, Marion – GK
WEST TEAM – BLUE
Kyler Hanson, Maconaquah – D
Isaac Lorenz, Maconaquah – F
James McClerkin, Northmont – D
Beckett Jett, Southmont – CM
Logan Phillips, Southmont – D
Andrew Christman, New Castle – GK
Jonathan Doty, Taylor – M
Logan Link, Southmont – D
Will Hudson, Lutheran – M
Beck McIntyre, Southmont – M
Alejandro Alvarez, Guest – F

Game Recaps


Below are the results of the PostYourT East/West All Star Soccer games held on Saturday November 7, 2020. The games were held at The Gathering Place, an indoor facility in Greenwood, Indiana.

Girls Game 1: EAST 8, West 1

The East’s Grace Weaver from Mishawaka Marian scored three goals (a hat trick) in the first half to give the East a 3-0 advantage at intermission. Weaver tallied two more goals in the second half, a total of five for the day, and teammates Macy Cooley from Shelbyville scored two goals and Ellie Simpson from Shelbyville one in the second half to account for the East’s eight goals.

“It was a lot of fun today,” said Weaver, currently a junior. “Playing the ball off the walls is different than the regular season, but enjoyable. We play some soccer like this up north.”

The West’s lone goal was scored by Rensselaer Central’s Abby Lucas with 9:04 remaining in the second half.

East team: Kailee Baker, Maggie Schmidt, and Audrey Schmidt of Milan; Lilly Marshall, Macy Cooley, and Ellis Simpson of Shelbyville; Destiny Donati of Muncie Central; Grace Weaver of Mishawaka Marian; and Sinai Aguilar of Twin Lakes. Coach: Victor Aguayo.

West team: Courtney Burns, Haylee Nesbitt, Jillian Bowman, and Liz Santiago-Rodriguez of Twin Lakes; Rebecca Minix, Giselle Villegas, and Sophia Heath of Culver; and Abby Lucas and Addy Koebcke of Rensselaer Central. Coach: Beverly Tanner from Daleville.

Girls Game 2: EAST 11, West 10

The second, and final, girls game of the day was a back-and-forth contest in the early part of it. The East took a 3-2 lead on a goal by Milan’s Alyssa Phelps with 14:02 remaining in the first half, but the West scored five consecutive goals, three by North Montgomery’s Teegan Bacon, to grab a 7-3 lead at the 1:47 mark of the first half. A goal by Payton Bledsoe of Milan 42 seconds before the horn pulled the East to within 7-4 at intermission.

Manchester’s Emma Garriott tallied her second goal of the game 1:09 into the second half to pull the East to within 7-5, but another goal by Bacon (her fifth of the day) and two more from Kylie Kennedy of Fort Wayne Bishop Luers boosted the West advantage to 10-5 with 13:11 left in the contest.

The East then began hacking away at its deficit. Led by Decatur Central’s Jackie Flores and Liliana Aguayo, the East scored five goals in a row to pull into a 10-10 tie with 1:43 remaining in the game.

Late in the contest, Flores was knocked down in the box while attempting a shot. Flores booted the ball into the net on a penalty kick with 10 seconds left to give the East the 11-10 victory.

For the victorious East, Flores and Aguayo scored three goals apiece, Garriott two, and Phelps, Bledsoe, and Manchester’s Torina Runkel one each. Five goals from Bacon, three from Kennedy, and one apiece from Culver’s Kaylee Hamilton and North Montgomery’s Kelsey Anderson accounted for the 10 West goals.

“I had a lot of fun today and really enjoyed myself,” said Bacon, a sophomore, afterward. “It was fun playing the ball off the walls like it was an additional teammate. I’ve scored four goals in a game before, but never five.”

East team: Serena Williams, Naomi Husseini, Jackie Flores, and Lillian Aguayo of Decatur Central; Payton Bledsoe, Kyleigh Bledsoe, and Alyssa Phelps of Milan; and Lainey Shock, Torina Runkel, and Emma Garriott of Manchester. Coach: Beverly Tanner from Daleville.

West team: Abbigail Kislela and Kaylee Hamilton of Culver; Kelsey Anderson and Teegan Brown of North Montgomery; Kylie Kennedy and Jayla Fikes of Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger; Anna Caster of Indianapolis Lutheran; Nyah Brumfield of South Spencer, Liz Santiago-Rodriguez of Twin Lakes; and Maggie Schmidt and Audrey Schmidt of Milan. Coach: Paul Fulghum from Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger.

Boys Game: WEST 9, East 7

The first half of the only boys game of the day was close, as neither team could take more than a one-goal lead and the score was deadlocked 4-4 at intermission.

The West’s Alejandro Alvarez, who was a guest player and tallied three goals in the opening half, scored 2:14 into the second half to give the West the lead for good at 5-4. Alvarez finished the day with five goals.

The West built its advantage to three goals twice in the final period at 8-5 and 9-6 before the East’s Maguire Thompson from Delphi scored his second goal of the game with 53 seconds left in the contest to account for the final score.

For the winning West team, Alvarez scored five goals, and Maconaquah’s Isaac Lorenz and Southmont’s Beckett Jett tallied two goals apiece. For the East, Thompson and Maconaquah’s Bryant Teegardin scored two goals apiece, and Wawasee’s Niles Hodges, South Ripley’s Zach Gentile, and Maconaquah’s Jackson Jones tallied one goal each.

The West’s winning goal keeper, freshman Andrew Christman of New Castle, shared some thoughts afterward.

“It was awesome,” Christman remarked. “I had some great teammates around me and made some saves that helped us win. It was nice playing soccer with guys I’ve never met before, but we managed to find out each other’s strengths pretty quickly. It was kind of like soccer hockey out there. During the season, the balls that miss just roll past me, but today I had to be ready for the carom because the shots came quick and fast.”

East team: Ethan Carey, Miles Hodges, Isaac Hodges, Jace Mishler, and Caleb Young of Wawasee; Bryant Teegardin and Jackson Jones of Maconaquah; Maguire Thompson and Elijah Ladd of Delphi; Zach Gentile of South Ripley; and Malik Smith of Marion. Coach: Victor Aguayo.

West team: Beckett Jett, Logan Phillips, Logan Link, and Beck McIntyre of Southmont; Kyler Hanson and Isaac Lorenz of Maconaquah: James McClerkin of North Montgomery; Andrew Christman of New Castle; and Alejandro Alvarez (guest). Coach: Beverly Tanner from Daleville.

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