Just like 7A, the 6A division is full of high-level, well-known players highly ranked along with some younger and unranked players. Many of these schools in this division graduated some of their best players and seniors and expect these players to make their impacts over the coming season and a case for rankings.
(F) Aliyah Lowe, Alexander HS 2024
Aliyah has burst onto the scene in Georgia since her freshman year making varsity but this year she made herself stand out with 20 goals and 6 assists leading the line for her team. For a player going into their junior year, she plays like an experienced senior forward. Aliyah as a true #9, times her runs sharply and combines that timing with her great pace and acceleration to leave defenders on the back-foot. Her composure is what tops it off as she looks as if she’s always passing the ball into the net even with the goalie and defenders nearby. Averaging almost a goal a game shell be looking to continue this form into next season
(M) Anna Dorch, South Effingham HS 2023
A dynamic midfielder, Anna can either play as an attacking midfielder or a forward. An impressive stat line for art season with 22 goals and 12 assists, shows her qualities as a finisher and creator. Anna is quick to read the game and is often first to the ball or making key tackles or interceptions high up the field to create attacks for herself and her teammates before the defense can get set. She was able to help her team to a playoff run ad will be looking to finish strong in her senior season.
(M), Cambridge HS 2024
Natalie is coming off an impressive season from midfield with a young Cambridge team that made it to the conference finals. Her being able to stick out in a strong team and division while only being a sophomore is a testament to her abilities. Putting up an impressive 10 goals and 18 assists, Natalie is everything you want from your midfielder. She plays both ways not only on the offensive end but working hard to get back on defense and can win the ball and play forward. Her technical ability allows her to glide past opponents while also playing with both feet. Coaches from any team and school should be looking out for her during the coming season.
(M), Shiloh HS 2024
Primarily operating as an attacking midfielder, Casey can back up fantastic footwork and soccer IQ with the stats. In only her second season she finished with a beyond impressive 12 goals and 33 assists. Her ability on the ball makes it seems as if defenders have no way of getting the ball off her feet, standing at 5’3 her balance and agility make her a handful to run down. She knows that she attracts attention from other teams and is often double or triple-teamed and will use this to find her teammates in space. What is most impressive is her ability to find space in between the defensive and midfield lines and almost always can turn with the ball to get her team on the front foot. She will be looking to have another strong season and make another run in the playoffs.
(M, D) Seemal Chaudhary, Dallas HS 2023
Looking at a more defensive player, Seemal can work s the glue to her team as she can dictate the game, winning the ball back, keeping the ball moving, and getting her team up the field. She reads the game excellency and is almost always in the right spot. Along with this, she is an excellent ball winner and 1v1 defender and makes tackles look effortless. All of this combined with her ability to get goals and assists makes her an asset to her team and will be looking to finish strong in her last season