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Coastal Homeschool wins soccer state championship!

By Special to the Prep Sports Report | May 2, 2022

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The Coastal Homeschool Athletic Association girls varsity soccer team ended a 12-3 season with a 7-0 victory over Homeschool Athletic League Organization to win the Georgia Association of Private and Parochial Schools DII State Championship on April 28 at Memorial Stadium.

The Lady Canes earned redemption from last years championship lost to HALO. Coastal Homeschool's Ashley Hampton had a hat trick with three goals, and Chloe Baladi scored two goals while Mary Grace Morris and Gracie Smith also added goals.

It's the second state championhsip in four years for the Lady Canes, and Coastal Homeschool have played in each of the past three state championship  matches. The Lady Canes also won a championship in 2019 (there was no soccer championship in 2020 due to covid).

Coastal Homeschool was coached by Brad Singer, Mark Bargeron and Tom Stephens, adn the team was Captained by Smith and Celeste Baladi.  

The team's roster included seniors Charis Woodall, Smith, Hampton, Hannah Henderson and Sadie Callen; juniors Halsten Poppel and Celeste Baladi; sophomores Camryn Hampton Chloe Baladi; freshmen Savannah Stephens, Emily Rennert, Harper McNew and Gabriella Jimenez; 8th graders Anna Shoemate, Morris, Georgia Grach and and Alaina Macatee; and 7th grader Clemy Baladi.
 
Coastal Homeschool Athletic Association provides varsity and middle school level sports programs for home educated and small Christian school athletes. High school programs include baseball, soccer, basketball, cheerleading and football. Middle school programs include baseball, basketball, golf and soccer. More information on these programs can be found at https://coastalhomeschoolathletics.org/ 
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The "Coach" Karl DeMasi has been teaching and coaching for the past 35 years on all levels of academia and athletics. One of his hobbies has been writing, announcing and talking about sports. DeMasi has been involved in the Savannah Area sports scene since 1995, and he created the high school magazine "The Prep Sports Report" in 2000. In 2010, the "Coach" started broadcasting The Karl DeMasi Sports Report. He's still going strong, broadcasting on Facebook live and Twitter live every Saturday morning. You gotta love it!


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