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ABAC Fillies Team:  Pictured Above:  First Row:  L to R:  Katelyn Martin, Kerry Newman, Rachel Boggs, Katie Sills, Marlyse Sifre, Jasmine Johnson, Katherine Lynch, Cherish Lowery, Kelsey Barton, Kristen DelToro, Kim Cooper, Second Row:  L to R:  Sydney Humphrey, Kayla Goodwin, Shelby Bursey, Kelsey Moore, Sierra Sawyer, Chelsie Folsom, Sam Humphrey, Alexus Holton, Ali Rippy, Jana Hamilton


ABAC vs Andrew

Fillies bring home a win from Cuthbert, GA against Andrew College.  Andrew scored first and held their lead until about the three minute mark when a penalty kick was awarded to ABAC.  Katie Sills scored on the penalty kick for ABAC, and the score remained One-One as time ran out. The game then went into Golden Goal Format, where the both teams played solid defense. As the game was coming down to the wire, when Kayla Goodwin scored the game winner! She put the Fillies on top, and sealed the victory, 2-1! The team celebrated the victory, as Chelsie Folsom was the first to tackle the goal scorer!  The Fillies will be back in action on Friday, September 19 @ 5 PM in Milledgeville, GA against Georgia Military.  Go Fillies!


ABAC vs Oxford

ABAC Fillies tied 0-0 with Oxford on Saturday, September 13th at Fillie Field



Fillies played incredibly hard tonight against South Georgia College. Although the game resulted in a loss of 3-2 the Fillies were the first to score and kept the ball on the opponents half of the field the majority of the game. Goals were scored by Sydney Humphrey and Kayla Goodwin. The Fillies improve every game and are showing much promise for the remainder of the season. Our next game with be home this Saturday against Oxford College at 3 pm.  Written by Lindsay Partridge



Fillies lose against Georgia perimeter college in a close game of 2-1. Goal scored early in the first half by Katie Sills.  Written by Lindsay Partridge



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Fillies lose 3-0 in a well fought game against Darton. They will be back in action Friday on their home field against Georgia Perimeter.  Written by Lindsay Partridge/Photos by Sarge Dorsey


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Fillies win over Gordon College 2-0. They will be back in action Wednesday the third against Darton at ABAC.  Written by Lindsay Partridge/Photos by Sarge Dorsey

ABAC Fillies in the Community

ABAC Fillies did a great job today representing ABAC. I am so impressed with them.
Pictures are from Ms. Flicks 2nd Grade class at Tift area. This month’s Character trait was “Kindness”.






ABAC vs Wesleyan

The Fillies were rewarded with another victory Saturday night against Wesleyan college. The night ended with a 2-0 lead in ABAC’s favor. Rachel Boggs and Kelsey Moore each scored one goal. This game was all about possession and combination plays, and the Fillies executed both of these well. All three goalies (Katie Martin, Kim Cooper, and Shelby Bursey) saw playing time as well and contributed to the shut out. The Fillies continue to strive to improve each game as chemistry grows. The team is looking forward to another game this upcoming Friday at ABAC against Gordon College. Written by Lindsay Partridge


The game Friday night was a great game for the Fillies! The 1-0 win against Georgia Military College wasn’t easy, but a win that was very well deserved. In near 100 degree heat, the Fillies ran hard the entire 90 minutes at the ABAC Soccer field. GMC was a very physical team and the Fillies had to work hard to maintain possession. At half time the game remained a tie with no goals being scored, although both teams had made multiple shots. After taking a needed rest and re-strategizing during halftime, the Fillies took the field with a new game plan in mind. Late in the second half, freshmen Kelsey Moore scored off a rebound to put the Fillies in the lead. It was a hot afternoon and both teams played extremely well considering the conditions. The Fillies have been working hard to improve fitness levels during pre-season training, and it paid off for their season opener. The team shows much promise for the upcoming season and all of ABAC is excited to see what they will accomplish. Written by Lindsay Partridge