Record: 14-2-3 (8-1-1 in OAA Red)
Goals Scored: 55
Goals Against: 9 (2 in OAA Red)
Shutouts: 12 (8 in OAA Red)
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Adams secured its second consecutive District Championship with a convincing 5-0 win over Clarkston, coming on the heels of a 4-0 victory over Stoney Creek in the semi's.
Adams reached the state's "Sweet 16" for the second straight year, continuing the program's tradition of success. Congratulations to the 2011 squad for another amazing season of soccer. Best of luck to our outstanding seniors as they embark on the next chapter of their lives, and to our underclassmen in their club seasons and other athletic activities, until we meet again next March to continue the Highlander tradition.
The OAA season has wrapped up for the Highlanders, and the results are nothing short of outstanding. The Highlanders finished as runners-up in one of Michigan's toughest conferences, on the heels of their 2010 Championship, essentially coming within a goal of their second consecutive league title.
The Highlanders posted an outstanding 8-1-1 record, with 37 goals for and only 2 against. Forwards Mackenzie Barber, Kelsey Treanore, Julie Genouw and Macy Houghtlin all contributed strong efforts up top, while a vaunted midfield of Merlin Beckwith, Hannah Lee, Kylie Nylen, Allison Reed and Shannon McDevitt dominated most games in the middle. Just two goals-against in the OAA is almost unheard of, and credit not only should be given to senior GK Jessica Wineke and reserve Lexi Lewandowski, but the law firm of Buckler, Buckler, Boyle and Christensen for outstanding defense, as well as the middies for controlling possession and playing tremendous help defense to preserve 8 shutouts and keep the Highlanders near the top of the OAA table. Key reserves Rachel Wehbe, Jessie Brown, Laura Montes and Rachel Limb were also important components to a deep and talented 2011 squad.