Hannah Frutiger, a starting forward on the TSC 15 Girls Premier team coached by Josh Severns and also a forward on the Franklin High School (FHS) Lady Rebels varsity soccer team, earned the Girl Scouts Gold Award for her volunteer work with soccer teams. Hannah ran a soccer club at Pearre Creek Elementary for 3rd through 5th graders and coached a WCYS team of U11 girls this past Spring 2013 as part of the volunteer work required to earn this award. Hannah has been a member of Girl Scouts for 12 years and is currently a member of Troop 1735. Hannah also helped her varsity high school team to a semifinals placing at the state championship this 2013 season. She played in 24 games, scoring 3 goals and earning 4 assists. Outside of her volunteer work and soccer, she is a member of the Culinary Arts group, has played the flute in the FHS band for 2 years and works as a lifeguard for Silverwater pools during the summer. Hannah would like to play soccer in college and has drawn the interest of several colleges. She plans to major in business.
Abbie Kerr, a starting defender, midfielder and forward for Battle Ground Academy's (BGA) varsity high school team coached by Jan Morrisey, was voted Moody's Tires Athlete of the Week Nov. 4 and name to the All-Region Team following her high school team's performance at the DII-A East/Middle Regional Championship games. Her team defeated the University School 1-0 to claim the Regional Championship title on 10/23/2013. Abbie scored the final goal in the game that helped to propel her team to the regional finals game and has scored a total of 7 goals, earned 3 assists and started in 22 games for her high school team. Abbie played defense with the TSC 16 Girls team coached by Ronnie Brown during the 2012-2013 season (and past seasons), a national level team that has won the state championships four times, the south-east regional championship two times, and has made it to the finals in the national championship tournament. As Abbie is a junior at BGA and will graduate in 2015, Abbie made the decision to play with the TSC 15 Girls Premier team coached by Josh Severns for the 2013-2014 season. Although Abbie has not yet selected her college and is undecided in her major at this time, she is very focused on playing soccer in college and is considering colleges in the Carolinas.
Summer Senn, a starting attacking center mid for the Middle TN Golden Eagles (home school high school team) coached by Jeff Postell and for her club team, TSC 15 Girls Premier, coached by Josh Severns, earned the 2013 National Homeschool Soccer Championship Girls Division I All-Star award following her team's appearance at the National Homeschool Soccer Championship on October 25-26 in Evansville, IN. Summer is a junior and participates in the Oaks Christian Online (OCO) accredited Online High School, which is in the process of receiving UC, College Board & NCAA approval for all core classes just like their brick & mortar school in Westlake Village, CA. Summer maintains a GPA of 4.03, has been listed on the Head Master's list (top honor, 3.75 GPA +) every semester and is a Student Council liaison nominee. Outside of school and soccer, Summer volunteers her time with the Children's Ministry (2nd & 3rd graders) and various high school ministries at the Fellowship Bible Church in Brentwood. She is also a coach trainee with SuperSkills USA. She would like to play soccer in college and has drawn the interest of several college coaches. She plans to major in English, is currently studying AP English Language and has had several poems published in the Oaks Christian Online monthly newsletters.