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The Frederick News-Post : Sports
Lindsey Gladhill of Catoctin and a junior on the Gardner-Webb soccer team was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference second team.The forward scored a team-high seven goals and had four assists this season.Earlier this season, she was named conference player of the week.
The Thurmont native had game-winning goals against Winthrop and Appalachian State this year.Her
sister, Kasey, also played for Gardner Webb
had two game-winning goals and two assists for the Division I school.
Several athletes from Frederick County now at Hood College
have been named to All-Atlantic Women's Collegiate Conference fall all-conference teams.
Freshman Whitney Boyer of Middletown was named to the first team in soccer.
Women’s Soccer Adds Seven for 2006 Campaign - - gwusports.com
Kasey Gladhill, sister of current GWU standout Lindsey Gladhill, attends Catoctin High and plays for FC Frederick Premier Soccer Club while also spending time with the Maryland ODP from 2001-2005.
club team to a berth in the State Cup finals and guided her
Catoctin squad to the state semifinals as the team's leading scorer while playing midfield.Gladhill is a member of the National Honors Society and is currently serving as Catoctin's Senior Class President.Gladhill
is also the recipient of the Martin Luther King Character Award.
Lindsey Gladhill, Catoctin, playing Reno in Anything Goes
'Anything Goes' at Catoctin High
Catoctin High School students Lindsey Gladhill and Jason Driver rehearse Tuesday for the school's spring musical, "Anything Goes."
This is a great feeling for ...
This is a great feeling for us all," said Thomas Johnson High senior Christine Jodrie, who will play at George Washington University in Washington D.C. Other Division I players include The Gazette Player of the Year (2002) Kathleen Vistica of Urbana, who signed with Miami University of Ohio and Catoctin's Lindsey Gladhill, (Gardner-Webb University, North Carolina).