The new 10U Hinesville Gator girls soccer team finished its fall season in fourth place in the Chatham County soccer league, according to coach Deborah Robinson.
She said the girls struggled at the start of the season, losing their first two games.
But the coach said the girls maintained a winning attitude, even though they had to play most of their games with just five or six players, which meant little substituting during matches.
The girls finished with a 4-3 record and scored 48 goals, the most by any team in their bracket. Robinson said it was due in large part to lead scorer Makayla Robinson and strong offensive plays by Haley Stuart and Hope Mostellar.
Madison Burris, Jada Rogers and Alexis Robertson were strong defenders, the coach said, and kept the opposition on their toes.
"Hannah Osteen was remarkable as the team’s goalie," Robinson said. "She allowed only a minimal amount of goals all season. I am very proud of the girls for what they have accomplished this season and I look forward to a winning spring run."