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2020 College Bound HFC Players

2020 College Bound HFC Players

  • Shawn Scott

    Favorite HFC memory is when I scored my first goal for coach Barry. My teammate, Elean, crossed the ball to me and I hit it past the goal keeper. HFC has helped me become a better player because of the training sessions. The training sessions are much more intense than high school training.
  • Savannah Cooper

    Savannah is a senior at Purvis High School. She recently signed to play at Meridian Community College. Her favorite HFC memory is becoming state champions and going to regionals in North Carolina.
  • Walker Fairey

    HFC has prepared me for the next level. From difficult practices, playing challenging opponents, and having amazing coaches to guide me along the way, I feel I am more prepared than ever to take on next level. Walker will be attending Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
  • Jennifer Satcher

    Jennifer is a homeschooler who has played soccer at HYSA/HFC for 12 years. Her favorite memory is when her team, Storm '01, went to Regionals in North Carolina in 2019 where she scored two goals. She will be joining the WildCats at Pearl River Community College!
  • Logan Stone

    Logan started his soccer career in HYSA's rec program. He has progressed through every program in HFC. Even featuring as a goalkeeper for 1 season. This past season Logan captained the men’s GCPL team. In the Fall he will begin his career as a crusader at WCU.
  • Kendyl Terrell

    My favorite HFC memory is when Coach Josh knew every single word to a song I was definitely supposed to know. Made me feel like I was the old one. My advice to younger players is there will be a time where your body gets tired and you will feel like you can’t go anymore. Kendyl will be attending Jones Junior College.
  • Kelton Keene

    Kelton will be heading to Jone Junior College. He says HFC has a exposed me to a speed of play you can’t get anywhere else around here. In training or in games it gives you the closest thing to college soccer to be prepared.
  • Keona Crowell

    Advise to younger players: Show up to every practice/game and play as if it was your last! What am I looking forward to in college: creating everlasting bonds. Keona will be attending Jones Junior College.
  • Ethan Boles

    Ethan will be playing with Jones Junior Community College. He has played with HFC for two years. He came to HFC because he had the chance to play under a coach that coaches a nationally ranked college team and he knew the coach could really help him improve and teach him a lot.
  • Zylah Mulligan

    Zylah will be headed to Jones Junior College. Her favorite memory at HFC is her first game back after recovering from a torn acl. Her advice to younger players: Get as close as you can with your teammates because it makes playing that much more fun and memorable.
  • Elean Fajardo

    Elean was recently named Pinebelt Sports boys soccer player of the year. Elean is a member of our HFC u19s and HFC GCPL men’s team. He will be playing at Jones County Junior College.
  • Kylie Dailey

    Kylie is a senior at George County High school. She has signed to play at Pearl River Community College. Her favorite memory is going to regionals in North Carolina with HFC Storm '01.
  • Maddox Francis

    Maddox is looking forward to this upcoming year at William Carey! He was rostered with the men’s HFC team in the GCPL in 2019 and said it was a great opportunity to be around and play against such high level players!
  • Katie Beth Sumrall

    Katie currently attends West Jones High school. In the fall she will be playing college soccer at Southwest Community College.
  • Brandon Elkins

    Brandon is a senior centerback and has signed with Pearl River Community College. He was a two-year captain and a three-year starter at centerback for the Rockachaws, twice contributing to state title runs. He holds a 3.67 GPA at SSC.
  • Kaylee Chennault

    Kaylee is a senior at West Jones High school. In the Fall Kaylee will play at Jones Junior College. Her advice to younger players:The harder you work the more you’ll get noticed.
  • Heath Hogan

    Heath is a Senior at Sacred Heart Catholic School where he helped his school to back to back state championships. In his senior year, Heath scored the winning goal of the semi final and contributed with a goal in the state championship. Heath will be playing at Jones College in fall 2020.


2020 College Bound HFC Players