North Alabama United Stars win Huntsville Futbol Club Spring Classic

North Alabama United Stars members are Rebecca Adkins, front from left, Sophia Smith, Maddie Moore, Nikki Clark and Hayden Clift, back from left, Maggie Lee, Brooke Tate, Briyana Clark, Danielle Brouillette, Julianna Taylor and coach J.T. Taylor.  Not pictured are Jessica Dodson, Kennedy Jackson, Taylor Troutt and assistant coach Jennie Gibson. (CONTRIBUTED)
North Alabama United Stars members are Rebecca Adkins, front from left, Sophia Smith, Maddie Moore, Nikki Clark and Hayden Clift, back from left, Maggie Lee, Brooke Tate, Briyana Clark, Danielle Brouillette, Julianna Taylor and coach J.T. Taylor. Not pictured are Jessica Dodson, Kennedy Jackson, Taylor Troutt and assistant coach Jennie Gibson. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – The North Alabama United Stars, a local U11 girls soccer team, are continuing an impressive winning streak.

The Stars are champions of the 14th annual Huntsville Futbol Club Spring Classic held April 4 -6 at the Merrimack Soccer Complex. For their fall season, the Stars were undefeated in state league play and were champions of the Decatur Fall Classic and the Memphis Wolf River tournaments.

This spring, they remain unbeaten in state league play and have now won the Vulcan Cup in Birmingham and followed that with a championship effort in the Huntsville classic.

Team members are Rebecca Adkins, Sophia Smith, Maddie Moore, Nikki Clark, Hayden Clift, Maggie Lee, Brooke Tate, Briyana Clark, Danielle Brouillette, Julianna Taylor, Jessica Dodson, Kennedy Jackson and Taylor Troutt.

James ‘J.T.’ Taylor coaches the Stars. Jennie Gibson is assistant coach, and Piper Moore is team manager.

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