2015:Preps Spotlight: Jack Britt's Creech

Here is the All-Mid-South 4-A Conference girls' soccer team:

Player of the year

Callie Creech, Jack Britt

Coach of the year

Isaac Rancour, Pine Forest

First team

Cape Fear - Maggie Drake, Cathy Brown

Jack Britt - Madison Kraft

Pine Forest - Jade Jordan, Ashlee Moore, Shawna McIntosh, Cheyenne Pate, Kaylee Krauss, Cassie Sturtz

Overhills - Pilar Pomales, Jordan Forbess

Second team

Cape Fear - Abigail Bilyeu, Shallyn Moseley, Hannah Hill

Jack Britt - Caroline Buzzard, Rianna Orello, Lauryn Harding

Seventy-First - Mya Galspie

South View - Starr Rivera, Tayler Simison, Lourdes Acosta, Olivia Blancho

Overhills - Kayley Olson, Cynthia Clausen, Katlynn Bradford

Seventy-First - Alexis Reyes

Honorable mention

Cape Fear - Brooke Bielecki, Blair Bowden, Autumn Burleson

Jack Britt - Emma Hancock, Korina Martinez

Seventy-First - Michelle Pratt

Pine Forest - Kaley Jacobs, Kirby Rose, Janae Murphy

South View - Angel Rivera, Treasure Butler

Overhills - Isabella Davis

Cape Fear - Tweety Jordan

Jack Britt wins Mid-South soccer title with 3-2 double overtime win over Terry Sanford


Toward the end of Jack Britt's final practice heading into its Mid-South Conference tournament championship game with Terry Sanford, four of the Buccaneers' freshman led a cheer to get the team motivated and recited it again before the opening kick. Two of those freshman played a major role in the game and also etched their lore in Jack Britt soccer history.  Tatum Brookes had a goal and two assists, including the game-winning pass to senior Rayleen Orello in Jack Britt's 3-2 double overtime thriller against Terry Sanford.  Twin sister Tess Brookes had a goal and assist for Jack Britt (17-2-1) as the Buccaneers captured their first tournament championship in school history.    "It was all about maintaining our intensity," Tess Brookes said. "We hadn't done anything like this all season but the freshman wanted to try it because of how big of a game this was and it worked."

Jack Britt got on the board just two minutes into the contest with Tess Brookes trickling a shot past star goalkeeper Karly Gustafson. The Bulldogs (14-7-1) would counter in the 24th minute of the first half on a Kristie King goal. The teams would head into halftime tied at 1.  Jack Britt played aggressively throughout the game, dominating time of possession and taking 35 shots on goal to Terry Sanford's 11. Still, the teams went to overtime on the same score due to the Bulldogs' defense and Gustafson making plays on her way to 16 saves.    Tatum Brooks scored two minutes into the first overtime to give Jack Britt a 2-1 advantage, but King scored with 1:47 remaining to tie things up again and send the game into a second overtime.

Finally, with 6:59 remaining Orello took a pass from Tatum Brookes and scored the tournament-winning goal.

"Tatum made the pass and I knew I had to make a play for the team," Orello said. "It's a great feeling knowing we were able to accomplish this."   After finishing second to Terry Sanford in conference and in the tournament last season, Jack Britt coach Natt Bunphithak witnessed the Buccaneers get their retribution.

"I knew coming into the season this was going to be a great team," Bunphithak said. "They played hard, worked together and they're reaping the benefits."

Jack Britt 3, Terry Sanford 2 (2 OT)

Goals: TS - King 2. JB - Ta. Brookes, Te. Brookes, Orello

Assists: TS - Petroski. JB - Ta. Brookes 2, Te. Brookes

Records: Terry Sanford 14-7-1, Jack Britt 17-2-1

Nancy Kirk pushes Jack Britt towards Mid-South 3-A girls' soccer crown

Despite the loss of several seniors to graduation, including Cumberland County's top scorer in Ali Heath, Jack Britt High School's soccer team set goals of winning the Mid-South 4-A Conference regular season and tournament titles this year.

With the regular season nearing an end, forward Nancy Kirk has been a major factor in helping the Buccaneers get closer to achieving both goals.  This season, Kirk has helped lead Jack Britt to a 15-2-2 record, including a 11-0 mark in conference play. The Buccaneers are on the verge of winning their first regular-season title in school history. "It's been a solid year," Jack Britt coach Natt Bunphithak said. "I knew we had a talented group from the beginning and our tough nonconference schedule has helped us get ready for conference play." Last season, powered by Heath's 33 goals, the Buccaneers finished second in conference behind Terry Sanford and had their season ended at 19-7-1 in the first round of the playoffs. Even though Jack Britt lost four senior starters and is playing four freshmen this season, Kirk has been impressed by what this season's squad has been able to achieve thus far. "This year, the team is a lot younger but we have more skill," Kirk said. "We had a very good team last year, but we had some inconsistency. This season, we've played better together."

Showing improvement

Bunphithak has watched Kirk mature, and is impressed with her determination to improve. "When Nancy came into the program as a freshman, she struck me as someone who was eager to learn on the offensive and defensive side of the ball," Bunphithak said. "She has put in a lot of work throughout her career, can score from either side and her speed of play has improved." Kirk's development showed in last season's stats, with 21 goals and 13 assists. This year, Kirk has already surpassed her goal count with 23 and has added nine assists (before Monday's game at Seventy-First). Her aggressive play and awareness have been integral in her ability to score or set up a teammate. "I've played soccer since I was 7, so it's in me to make plays," Kirk said. "I feel like I have a good vision of the field and I can do what I need to do to help my team win." "Nancy's key utility is being an offensive threat," Bunphithak added. "She's well-known around the conference and other teams key in on her, allowing her teammates to shine." As one of three seniors, Kirk has been taking on a greater leadership role. "I just try to set an example and show some of the younger players how it's done," Kirk said.

Kirk, who will be playing for Division I Louisiana-Monroe next year, has been enjoying this year and believes the Buccaneers will be a force to be reckoned with in the NCHSAA postseason.

"We've grown a lot throughout the season and I feel like we can get several wins in the state playoffs," Kirk said

Jack Britt retains top spot in Mid-South girls' soccer with 1-0 win over Terry Sanford

Staff writer

Nancy Kirk credited a little familiarity with opposing goalkeeper Karly Gustafson with helping her squeak Jack Britt's lone goal past the Terry Sanford goalie. "Karly and I play on the same club team, so I know how she plays, and she knows how I play," the senior said. "I just kind of snuck around the defender and tapped it in." Kirk's first-half goal was enough to secure a 1-0 Britt win at Terry Sanford on Wednesday. With the win, the Buccaneers (10-1-2, 6-0-0) remain undefeated in the Mid-South 4-A Conference and in first place ahead of Terry Sanford (7-4-1, 5-2-0). Kirk struck just inside the sixth minute of play. Kirk moved to the side of Terry Sanford's last defender just inside the 18-yard box to coral a ball served from about 30 yards out. The ball ricocheted between Kirk and the defender before Kirk tapped the ball past Gustafson, who was charging out of the keeper's box. Kirk's 17 goals on the season leads Cumberland County. Bucs' coach Natthaphon Bunphithak said Britt didn't control the pace of the game as much as it did when the teams met March 4 for a 4-0 Britt win. "We didn't want to get into a back-and-forth physical game with them," the coach said. "After Nancy's score, we changed the formation to 3-4-3 to put more of an offensive threat." Neither offense was able to produce a goal for the rest of the game. Terry Sanford generated  some opportunities with attempts on goal by midfielder Taylor Petroski and forward Kirstie King. Terry Sanford coach Karl Molnar, in an effort to juice up the Bulldogs' offense, moved Gustafson from the goal to left forward with six minutes left to play. "We never, not once all night, played defensively. We attacked all night long," Molnar said. "We made a few more mistakes than they did, and they were able to take advantage of those mistakes."

Jack Britt 1, Terry Sanford 0

Goals: JB - Kirk

Assists: none

Records: Jack Britt 10-1-2, 7-0; Terry Sanford 7-4-1, 5-2


2012 Mid South Conference Girls' Soccer

All Conference Team

Jack Britt falls to Clayton 1-0 in first round of state soccer playoffs

It wasn't a good night for the Jack Britt offense. Even when visiting Clayton was forced to go to relief in the goalkeeper's net, the frustrated Buccaneers couldn't find a way to score.

Meanwhile, Clayton got the only goal it needed barely five minutes into the contest. Ashley Sainz connected from about 40 yards out as the Comets played strong defense the rest of the night and won 1-0.

The victory came in the opening round of the state 4-A girls' soccer playoffs Tuesday at Britt. Clayton, 10-8-2, advances to the second round of the playoffs Saturday against the winner of a first-round match between East Wake and Wilmington Hoggard.

Britt, the No. 2 team from the Mid-South 4-A Conference, ended its season 19-7-1.

The Bucs appeared to get new life with just under 12 minutes in the game when Clayton goalkeeper Jaimie Tahir was hit with her second yellow card of the night and had to go to the bench. A senior, Tahir was replaced by sophomore Lauryn Kubrich.

"That's about as tough a situation as she could have come in," Clayton coach William Williams said.

But Kubrich managed to fend off two corner kicks and one direct kick in the closing minutes as the Britt offense failed to produce a goal.

Britt coach Natthaphon Bunphithak didn't think Clayton's Tahir was playing dirty in goal, just aggressively. Both yellow cards she got were for going through opposing players while trying to get to the ball.

"We had plenty of chances," Bunphithak said. "We got two breakaways and didn't put it away and they got an awesome outside shot (for their goal)."

Britt captain and midfielder Nicole Chinlund said it was frustrating not to capitalize on chances to score. "They were on their heels at one point and I thought we had it," she said. "We played our hearts out tonight."

Bunphithak said it always hurts when you fall behind early in a playoff game, but he still thought his team could do it.

"Mentally it's tough to come back, but we've been coming back all year," he said. "We were down early against Terry Sanford and came back and tied them.

"We battled back the last 10 or 15 minutes. We were on their backline plenty of times."

Despite the loss of Cumberland County scoring leader Ali Heath, who is moving to Virginia, Bunphithak expects to have a strong team next year.

"Somebody's got to fill her shoes," he said. "Nancy Kirk will be back and Macy Creech will step up to fill that role. She's only a freshman."

Clayton 1, Jack Britt 0

Clayton 0  -  1

Jack Britt  0  -  0

Goals: C - Sainz

Courtney Deblois has hat trick as Terry Sanford beats Jack Britt for Mid-South soccer title

Terry Sanford forward Courtney Deblois, still cradling the Most Valuable Player plaque in her arms after her team's Mid-South 4-A Conference tournament win, said she was quite surprised to have earned the title of tournament MVP.

"It just came out of nowhere," Deblois said.

Not quite nowhere. The senior scored three goals in a 4-1 win over Jack Britt (19-6-1) to add the tournament title to the Bulldogs' list of season achievements. Terry Sanford (16-4-2) had already secured the No. 1 seed in next week's NCHSAA 4-A state playoffs by winning the Mid-South conference regular season.

The Bulldogs built a 3-0 lead in the first half, with Deblois striking first with just under 30 minutes to play.

Freshman forward Kirstie King served the ball from the right side near the goal line to Deblois, positioned close to the near post. Deblois used two touches to dump the ball past Buccaneer keeper Karissa Henry.

The assist was one of three for Kirstie King, who found Taylor Petroski and Deblois twice to help the Bulldogs' cause.

The conference tournament final marked the third meeting between the rivals this year. The Bulldogs won both regular season meetings.

"Even though it didn't affect our seeding for the state tournament, this game was still important to us," Deblois said. "We feel like we have to prove that we deserve to be conference champions every time we step on the field."

Britt coach Natt Bunphithak said his team didn't adjust to Terry Sanford's aggressive style.

"We made small, fundamental mistakes in the first half, and we didn't recover very well," the coach said. "Terry Sanford just came out and played hard."

Terry Sanford coach C.J. Komons said in a pregame interview that the match would be hard fought. The players proved him right, as two from each side were cautioned with yellows cards.

Nancy Kirk, already carded in the first half, had the lone goal for the Bucs, scoring in traffic inside the goal box three minutes into the second half. Kirk received a second yellow card and was sent off with 19:56 left to play.

Bunphithak said he wasn't sure if the two cards would keep Kirk out of the first round of the playoffs.

Komons said he expects to find out his team's opponent for the opening round of the state playoffs some time this weekend.

Terry Sanford 4, Jack Britt 1

Jack Britt          0 1 - 1

Terry Sanford    3 1 - 4

Goals: JB - Nancy Kirk. TS - Courtney Deblois 3, Taylor Petroski

JB - none. TS - Kirstie King 3

Records: Jack Britt 19-6-1, Terry Sanford 16-4-2

Mid-South All-tournament team

Tori Vasquez (South View), Cynthia Vasquez (SV), Abbey Moore (Pine Forest), Chalie Krautkramer (PF), Ali Heath (Jack Britt), Nancy Kirk (JB), Rayleen Orello (JB), Meagan Speck (Terry Sanford), Madeline Russell (TS), Kayla Mundel

Thursday spotlight: Girls' soccer - Mid-South, Southeastern Conference to crown champions
It will be a familiar scene when Jack Britt and Terry Sanford tangle for the Mid-South Conference tournament title tonight at FTS.

It will be the seventh meeting between the squads since the 2010 season.

Here's how the recent meetings have gone:
  • March 28, 2012 - Terry Sanford 4, Jack Britt 3
  • March 5, 2012 - Terry Sanford 1, Jack Britt 0
  • April 20, 2011 - Jack Britt 3, Terry Sanford 0
  • March 28, 2011 - Terry Sanford 5, Jack Britt 1
  • April 28, 2010 - Terry Sanford 2, Jack Britt 0
  • March 29, 2010 - Terry Sanford 4, Jack Britt 0
Game time is at 6 p.m.

Meanwhile, over in the Southeastern Conference, Pinecrest ran over Richmond County to reach the final of that tournament
Prep Athletes of the Week: April 16-21
Published: 05:45 PM, Wed Apr 25, 2012


School: Jack Britt

Sport: Soccer

Year: Junior

Notable: Kirk scored four goals in a game with E.E. Smith and had two assists in a game with Cape Fear.


Buccaneers blow past Raiders
ROCKINGHAM —Before the game, Jack Britt coach Natthaphon Bunphithak and Richmond Senior coach Bennie Howard were discussing each other’s teams.
Bunphithak told Howard he had some quick forwards, but their success depended on their first touch with the ball.
Against the Raiders, they were nearly picture perfect as the Buccaneers rolled to a 7-0 victory in a nonconference contest Friday night at Raider Stadium.
Richmond (7-10-1) were able to contain Jack Britt’s offensive attack until midway through the first half, when it struck for two goals in a two-minute span. Nancy Kirk scored the first of her two goals at the 23-minute mark. Macy Creech followed with the first of her two tallies off an assist by Ali Heath.
The Buccaneers took a 2-0 lead into halftime.
“I thought we played a great first 20 minutes,” Howard said. “Unfortunately, you have to play 80 minutes.”
The Raiders best scoring chance came in the opening minutes of the second half. Brittany Hudson had a free-kick from just outside the penalty box, but her shot sailed high of the crossbar.
Jack Britt (15-4-1) tacked on five more goals in the final 40 minutes. Heath scored twice, Rayleen Orello netted a goal, while Creech and Kirk added their second tallies of the night.
“They are a very fast team and very aggressive,” Howard said. “You can’t really matchup with them if you don’t have the speed to match them.”
Richmond will return to action at 7 p.m. Monday against the Southeastern Conference’s regular season champion, Pinecrest. The Raiders appear to have clinched the No. 4 spot in the league.
“No matter what happens Monday or Wednesday we will be fourth,” Howard said. “We want to come out and perform well, especially Wednesday because it is Senior Night and we will be playing Scotland, our big rival.”
— Sports editor Shawn Stinson can be reached at 910-997-3111, ext. 14, or by email at sstinson@heartlandpublications.com
2012 season:
Kirstie King gets hat trick as Terry Sanford tops Jack Britt 4-3 in soccer

Goals: TS - Kirstie King 3, Meagan Speck; JB - Nancy Kirk 2, Marissa Aguilar

Assists: TS - Theresa O'Sullivan 2, Courtney Deblois; JB - none

Records: Terry Sanford 9-2-1, 7-0; Jack Britt 8-4-1, 5-2




Old News:













NCSCA All Region Team, Region 4:

Britt places six on team- Heath, Mathias, Maxwell, McDermid, Ramey and Van Dyke.  Also, congratulations to Coach John Callahan (Cape Fear) for being selected as the Region 4 Coach of the Year.


Leesville Rd. (East) will play Ardrey Kell (West) for the 4A Championship. Leesville Rd. beat New Bern 3-0 and Ardrey Kell won 5-4 on PKs vs W.A. Hough to advance.  

Game will be played 8pm Friday 27 May at Wake Med Soccer Park. Details below:




2011 State 4A Rankings (Updated 23 May 11) New Bern makes the biggest jump from 15th to 4th.


1.  Ardrey Kell

2.  Leesville Road        

3.  W.A. Hough    

4.  New Bern      

5.  Lake Norman                   

6.  J.T. Hoggard                    

7.  East Forsyth                     

8.  East Chapel Hill                             

9.  Green Hope                   

10.  S.E. Guilford       

11.  Mount Tabor             

12.  Myers Park   

13.  Panther Creek  

14.  T.C Roberson

15.  Pinecrest


2011 Season Recap:


Overall Record: 15-9-2

Conference Record: 9-2-1 (2d Place)

Goals Scored: 49

Assists: 42

Goals Allowed: 33

Shutouts: 9

Yellow Cards: 6

Red Cards: 0

Highlights: Winning at home and shutting out Terry Sanford 3-0.  Winning first women’s soccer state playoff game vs Garner.   

The Varsity Team consisted of eight seniors, four juniors, one sophomore and five freshmen.  Four other underclassmen from the JV Team saw varsity action throughout the season.

The offense was inconsistent but versatile.  The team scored eight more goals and had 11 more assists than last season. Although the defense was solid they gave up 10 more goals than last season.  The team dealt with numerous injuries throughout the season.

The eight seniors:  Creedmore, Mathias, Maxwell, McDermid, Ramey, Rodriguez, Shank and Williams will be greatly missed.  It should also be noted that Junior Van Dyke will be graduating early.   

All Mid South Conference Tournament Team:






All Mid South Conference Team:  Britt places nine on All Conference Teams.




All Region Team:  







Van Dyke


Where do we go from here?

Britt finished second in conference.  Britt consistently started five seniors,   two juniors, one sophomore and three freshmen throughout the 2011 season.  The JV team was very competitive and finished with a 13-3 overall record.  The 2012 tryouts will be very competitive.  

There is a huge difference between the skill level of club players and non club players.  This difference was evident with several of the young Britt players who play club ball compared to those who don’t.

Bottom line- the more touches you get on the ball and practice during the off season (club ball or not), you will develop into a better player.     

2012 concerns/needs: an established Goalkeeper and a physical presence on defense and at the mid-field.

2012 Strengths:  team speed with strong sophomore class.          

If you would like to get a head start on your competition for the 2012 season you may want to focus on the following:

·  Playing soccer during the High School off season.

·  Attend summer soccer camps.

·  Play other sports and run during the off season to stay active.

·  Show-up to the 2012 Jack Britt tryouts dedicated to the team and IN SHAPE. 

If you have any questions pertaining to any soccer related topics please don’t hesitate to email us.

On a personal note- I have been blessed to be a part of the Jack Britt Athletic Community for the most part of the last four years.  It has been my pleasure to provide the services on this site and to promote Jack Britt Soccer at all venues.  I will provide periodic updates for the rest of 2011; however, this site will be discontinued in 2012.  Contact me if you are interested in taking over the responsibilities of this website.  Thank you and have a great summer and enjoy all future Jack Britt seasons.


Jack Britt wins on PKs vs Garner after double overtime thriller and notches first ever playoff win.  Britt improves to 15-8-2 overall and will travel to Pinecrest on Friday for second round action.

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary.


2011 2d Round State Playoff game breakdown (unofficial):

School: Pinecrest High School

Conference: South Eastern Conference

Overall Record: 16-6-3

Conference Finish: 1st Place

Goals Scored: 108 (4.3 per game)

Goals Allowed: 23 (.92 per game)

Team Strengths: Technically sound, plays as a team, proven winner  

Team Weaknesses: Not many, but they lack a dominant scorer

Head to Head: Beat Jack Britt 2-0 on 24 Mar 11   


School: Jack Britt High School

Conference: Mid-South Conference

Overall Record: 15-8-2

Conference Finish: 2d Place (dropped to 3rd due to Tournament loss)

Goals Scored: 49 (2 per game)

Goals Allowed: 41 (1.64 per game)

Leading Scorer: Heath (13)

Leader in Assists: Ramey (7)

Head to Head: Lost 0-2 on 24 Mar 11. PC scored with 2 minutes remaining in the first half and scored one additional goal in the second half. Jack Britt had several good scoring opportunities to include two shots that hit off the crossbar. PC had the possession advantage throughout the game.

Other Information: Jack Britt is the last team to hand Pinecrest a conference loss (2007). Jack Britt will have to play physical and mistake free to win this game.

4A East Area 1st Round Matchups:

Knightdale 3 at Cape Fear 1

South View 0 at West Johnston 3

New Hanover 6 at Lumberton 2

Wilm. Ashley 0 at Terry Sanford 1

East Wake 0 at Pinecrest 9

Jack Britt WPKs at Garner

Panther Creek 4 at Hoke 0

4A East Area 2d Round Mathups: 

Jack Britt at Pinecrest

New Bern at Terry Sanford 



2011 State Playoff game breakdown (unofficial):


School: Garner Magnet High School

Conference: Greater Neuse River Conference

Overall Record: 12-4-2

Conference Finish: 2d Place

Goals Scored: 65 (3.6 per game)

Goals Allowed: 28 (1.55 per game)

Leading Scorer: Eberhard (18)

Leader in Assists: Dugal (17)

Common Opponents: Lost to WF Rolesville 0-1, Tied Clayton 2-2 and beat Clayton 4-2.


School: Jack Britt High School

Conference: Mid-South Conference

Overall Record: 14-8-2

Conference Finish: 2d Place (dropped to 3rd due to Tournament loss)

Goals Scored: 48 (2 per game)

Goals Allowed: 40 (1.17 per game)

Leading Scorer: Heath (13)

Leader in Assists: Ramey (7)

Common Opponents: Tied Clayton 0-0 and won against WF Rolesville 1-0 in scrimmages.

Other Information: Garner has a 6 game winning streak. Both conferences are very similar from top to bottom. I look for an evenly matched game which will boil down to stamina and execution.


Updated Playoff Brackets are posted.  Click on link below for the 4A East Bracket:




Jack Britt comes out on the losing end vs Cape Fear in the Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship game. The final score was 2-1 after going to 2 OTs and PKs.  Britt drops to 14-8-2 overall

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary.

2011 Mid South Conference Soccer Tournament bracket:  http://www.ncprepsports.net/gsoccerMSconftour11.htm




Jack Britt advances to Conference Tournament Championship game vs Cape Fear with a 3-0 win over South View to improve to 14-7-2 overall

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary.

Fayetteville Observer Article of Conference Tournament win over South View:



Heath earns Athlete of the week:



Fayetteville Observer article and photo slideshow of win over Terry Sanford: http://www.fayobserver.com/articles/2011/04/21/1088388?sac=Sports

1 Mar results from around the area:

71st 2                         Douglas Byrd 0

Clinton 4                  Cape Fear 0

Pine Forrest 2        Douglas Byrd 0

Lumberton 1           South View 0


2 Mar results from around the area:

Gray’s Creek 2        71st 0

Clinton 4                  Cape Fear 1

Hoke County 10     Red Springs 0

Pinecrest 7              South View 0


3 Mar results from around the area:


Hoke County 3   Pine Forrest 0


Wildcat Jamboree Scrimmage Recap

Jack Britt Varsity once again had a busy weekend as Coach B continued to evaluate his team to prepare for Monday’s regular season home opener against Scotland County.  All 19 players received extended playing time.  The team was missing midfielder standout McDermid and GK Shank.    

W 1-0 against WF Rolesville

L 0-1 against E. Chapel Hill (FYI- Green Hope beat E. Chapel Hill 2-0 in the finals)

L 0-5 against Carrboro

Although the final game score got out of hand it shouldn’t diminish the progress the team has made over the last two weeks.

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary


2011 Pre-Season State 4A Rankings


1.  N. Mecklenburg

2.  J.T. Hoggard

3.  Leesville Road

4.  East Chapel Hill

5.  Pinecrest

6.  D.W. Butler

7.  Broughton

8.  Apex

9.  Lake Norman

10.  Green Hope

11.  Grimsley

12.  Myers Park

13.  Ardrey Kell

14.  A.C. Reynolds

15.  Terry Sanford


2011 Wildcat Pre-Season Jamboree

Date: Saturday February 26, 2011

Location: The practice facility and the stadium on the campus of East Chapel Hill High School.

Format: Each team will participate in a minimum of three 40 minute matches. Lunch for all players will be provided.  Team listed first will wear “light jersey”.

Group 3 Games:

9:00: Jack Britt vs. Wake Forest Rolesville, Practice Field

12:00: East Chapel Hill vs. Jack Britt, Practice Field

Third game to TBD on seeding below: 

1:00 Winner of Group 3 vs. Winner of Group 4         Winner of Group 1 vs. Winner of Group 2

1:45 3rd Place Group 3 vs. 3rd Place Group 4              3rd Place of Group 1 vs. 3rd Place of Group 2

2:30 2nd Place Group 3 vs. 2nd Place Group 4           2nd Place of Group 1 vs. 2nd Place of Group 2

3:15 Winners of 1:00 game play each other

     Teams at Jamboree: 

· Broughton-Finished 2nd in CAP 7 in 2010

· Carrboro-2010 2A Semifinalists

· Cardinal Gibbons-Went to Finals of 2010 3A tournament

· East Chapel Hill High-2010 PAC VI Champions

· East Forsyth-2010 Metro Conference Champions

· Green Hope-Tri 7 Champ in 2010

· Jack Britt-Perenial Power from Fayetteville

· Panther Creek-Made it to 4A tournament

· Pinecrest High School-Midsoutheastern Champions in 2010

· Sanderson-Made second round of 4A playoffs in 2010

· Walter M. Williams-Mid-State Conference Champions

· Wake Forest Rolesville- Perrenial Cap-7 Power


2011 Pre-Season State 4A Rankings

1.  N. Mecklenburg

2.  J.T. Hoggard

3.  Leesville Road

4.  East Chapel Hill

5.  Pinecrest

6.  D.W. Butler

7.  Broughton

8.  Apex

9.  Lake Norman

10.  Green Hope

11.  Grimsley

12.  Myers Park

13.  Ardrey Kell

14.  A.C. Reynolds

15.  Terry Sanford

2011 Kick for Cancer scrimmage recap

Jack Britt Varsity played against two of the best Soccer Programs in the State. Although they finished 1-1-1 on the day the team consisting of nine seniors was able to welcome the new players to the team and gain some much needed experience. These games against the tough competition should pay dividends as the Lady Buccaneers enter Conference play this year.

L 0-3 against Apex

W 3-1 against Scotland County

T 0-0 against Clayton

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary




Maxwell and Ramey Sign with Pfeiffer University




2010 Season Recap:

Overall Record: 14-9

Conference Record: 12-2 (second place)

Playoffs: 1st round loss to Smithfield Selma 1-0

The Varsity Team consisted of three seniors, 11 juniors, four sophomores and two freshmen. Two underclassmen from the JV Team saw varsity action throughout the season.

The three seniors: K. Batalona, R. Daignault and K. Mainor will be greatly missed.

The team scored 41 goals with 31 assists. They gave up 23 goals compared to 33 last season. The defense was drastically improved. The team dealt with numerous injuries throughout the season.

Eight Britt players made the All Mid South Conference Teams:



Where do we go from here?

Britt was still able to finish second in a new conference. Britt consistently started one senior, six juniors, two sophomores and two freshmen throughout the 2010 season. The JV team was very competitive towards the end of the season. This means with losing only three seniors and two other players due to relocation- the 2011 tryouts will be very competitive.  

There is a huge difference between the skill level of club players and non club players. This difference was evident with several of the young Britt players who play club ball compared to those who don’t.

Bottom line- the more touches you get on the ball and practice during the off season (club ball or not), you will develop into a better player.     

If you would like to get a head start on your competition for the 2011 season you may want to focus on the following:

·        Playing soccer during the High School off season.

·       Attend summer soccer camps, click on camps tab to the left of the page for camp information.

·       Play other sports and run during the off season to stay active.

·       Show-up to the 2011 Jack Britt tryouts dedicated to the team and IN SHAPE. 

You have the ability to make the 2011 season a memorable one. However, you need the dedication and teamwork to want to improve.

If you have any questions pertaining to any soccer related topics please don’t hesitate to email us.


Area Scores:

Pinecrest 2 Terry Sanford 0

Pinecrest is 13-3-1 and Terry Sanford is 16-1 on the year.

Mid South Conference Tournament Schedule:


Jack Britt drops a close one to Terry Sanford 2-0 and finish 10-2 in conference play.

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary.

Game Blog Link:


Fayetteville Observer Article:




Jack Britt tops 71st 2-0 to go 5-0 in conference play

Click on game results to the right of the page for complete game summary.

Mid Season Re-cap

Overall Record: 8-2

Conference Record: 5-0

Shutouts: 5

Goals Scored: 22

Assists: 13

Yellow Cards: 9

Red Cards: 0


There are 10 regular season games remaining, 7 of those are conference games.  



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Countdown to

(May 11, 2016 @ 6:00pm)

2016 Mid South 4A STATE PLAYOFFS

Recent Results
Fri May 13/16 7:00pm:
Clayton 3
Wed May 11/16 7:00pm:
Northern High School 1
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