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Franklin High School Lady Rebels
Scott Schiltz
5793 Natchez Trace Road
Franklin, Tennessee
Tuesday, January 1

2014 Lady Rebels Lacrosse


The Lady Rebels have elected the following girls to be the 2016 team captains:

Anna Solsvig
Maddie Crow

Congratulations to each of these players for this well-deserved honor!


The Franklin High School Lady Rebels Lacrosse program became a member of the Tennessee Girls Lacrosse Association (TGLA) in 2002. Under the guidance of Coach Natalie Davis, The Lady Rebels fought hard the entire season; although they were unable to win any games that season, they were always competitive and formed the nucleus of the teams to come.

The 2003 season brought a new coach (Scott Schiltz) and saw the team register the first win in Lady Rebels Lacrosse history, a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Franklin Classical. The team went on to win four more games that season and ended with a record of 5-9, showing the rest of the league that the program was on it's way!

The 2004 season had many highlights, including an intense 5-4 win over Ravenwood on a goal by Hayley Schiltz with 50 seconds remaining and a heart-pounding victory over Hutchison when Jess Turner won a draw with seven seconds remaining and went the length of the field to score the winning goal as time expired. The Lady Rebels defeated Franklin Classical by a score of 6-4 in the State quarterfinals to qualify for the State Championships, where they went on to finish fourth in the State - quite an accomplishment for a third year team. Three Lady Rebels received All-State honors, with Jess Turner and Jen Colebeck receiving First Team honors and Leslie Lopez receiving Honorable Mention.

The 2005 season saw many personal and team accomplishments and became the greatest season yet for the program. Led by Senior Co-Captains Hayley Schiltz, Courtney Hime and Jess Turner, the Lady Rebels registered 16 wins and again qualified for the State Championships, where they lost an intense battle to then-undefeated Ravenwood in the semifinals by a score of 8-7 in sudden death overtime. The Lady Rebels rallied from an early three goal deficit to get back into the game and again rallied to tie the game with 17 seconds remaining in the second overtime on a goal by Jess Turner. The weekend ended with another hard-fought contest, this time a 3-2 loss to Hutchison. Four Lady Rebels were selected as All-State honorees, with Hayley Schiltz and Jess Turner receiving First Team honors while Whitney Osborne and Kathy Fleming garnered Honorable Mention spots.

The 2006 season was another highly successful campaign as the Lady Rebels completed a 9-5 season with their third consecutive trip to the State playoffs. They won a quarterfinal battle against Houston in overtime to qualify for the State Championships and again completed the season as fourth place in the State. A record seven Lady Rebels received All-State honors; Olivia Banner and Suzy Dickens led the contingent with First Team honors while Sarah Pence, Whitney Osborne, Kathy Fleming, Katie Milhouse and Erin Colebeck gathered Honorable Mention awards.

The 2007 season brought a first for Lady Rebels lacrosse - the team won the Central Region regular season title, the first divisional title in Lady Rebels history. The team finished with a record of 12-6, bowing to GPS in the state quarterfinals to end the season. The junior varsity squad completed their best season ever, finishing the season with a record of 6 wins, 1 loss and 2 ties! Four Lady Rebels received All-State recognition; Olivia Banner and Kathy Fleming achieved First Team honors while Katie Milhouse and Suzy Dickens were awarded Second Team honors.

The 2008 season saw the first ever group of players moving up from the inaugural Grassland Middle School lacrosse program.  It became evident that this group was going to make a positive impact, as evidenced by the fact that four freshmen players held starting positions in the state playoff game at the end of the season.  The team finished the regular season with a record of 9-5, falling to St. George's 9-7 in the playoffs.  The junior varsity completed another highly successful season, finishing with a record of 9-2, outscoring their opponents by a margin of 104-36.  Individually the Lady Rebels were led by senior Katie Milhouse, who finished the season with a school record 53 goals and was selected to the All-Region team.  She was joined on the All-Region team by Katie Shrader, a senior whose aggressive play and leadership anchored the defensive group.

The 2009 season was a record-setting year as several team records were broken!  The highlight of the season came when the Lady Rebels captured their first tournament championship, defeating Greenville, SC in sudden-death to win the Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic held in Birmingham, Alabama.  Kelsey Braithwaite was named MVP of the tournament, scoring 21 goals and adding an assist.  The team finished second in the region with a record of 16-5 and qualified for the State playoffs for the sixth consecutive season.  Kelsey Braithwaite and Kelsey Cotton led the way as the Lady Rebels set a team record for goals scored in a season; both girls broke the previous record for individual goals and points scored in a season.  Madison Browder tallied 16 wins as she tied the individual record for most wins by a goalie in a season; that also tied the record for most wins in a season by the team.  The season was capped off with several players being selected for post-season awards; Kelsey Braithwaite, Elizabeth Baker, Madison Browder, Kelsey Cotton and Kelsey Crow were selected for the All-Region team while Kelsey Crow was also selected for the All-State team! 

The 2010 season saw the Lady Rebels finish the regular season as co-champs of the Central region, logging a 5-1 regional record to tie for the title with Brentwood and Ravenwood.   They lost a tense, hard-fought thriller to Brentwood in the state playoffs, going down by a score of 7-6 on a last minute free shot goal by the Lady Bruins.  Franklin recorded their second consecutive championship at the Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic in Birmingham, Alabama; the team also landed five players on the All-Region team at the end of the season, with Katie Crow, Kelsey Crow, Kelsey Cotton, Kayla Jacobs and Ashley Tucker earning this prestigious honor.

The 2011 season became the finest in team history as the team compiled a record of 15-4-1, winning their region title and advancing to the State Championship Final Four weekend.  Highlights of the season included dominating wins over region rivals Ravenwood and Brentwood, a second place finish in the DALC tournament in Birmingham, Alabama and two playoff wins to advance to the Final Four.  The State quarterfinal game against Briarcrest was a nail-biter with the teams tied at 9-9 with five minutes remaining;  Senior Kelsey Cotton and Junior Maddie Cron came up with huge goals as the clock wound down and the Lady Rebels came away with a hard-fought 13-9 victory.  The team was defeated in the State seminfinals by eventual champion Hutchison, but played a strong game and fought to the final whistle.  The strong play of the team was reflected in the results of the All-Region and All-State voting done by the coaches around the state; seven players were named to the All-Region team as Kelsey Cotton, Kelsey Crow, Meredith Babb, Jordan Bennett, Kaitlyn McLaughlin, Maddie Cron and Maddie Browder were selected.  All-State honors were then extended to Seniors Kelsey Crow, Kelsey Cotton and Meredith Babb as well as to Junior Maddie Browder.  Team records were set by Maddie Cron (goals in a season, assists in a season and total points in a season), Kelsey Cotton (career goals), Kelsey Crow (career ground balls and draw wins), Erin Gleeson (goals scored by a Freshman) and Madison Browder (career wins by a goalie).  It was an incredible season!   

The 2012 season saw the Lady Rebels field their youngest squad ever, with several freshmen making major contributions to the team.  The team was led by Senior goalie Maddie Browder, who had an outstanding seaosn capped off by her second All-State selection.  Sophomore Erin Gleeson spearheaded the attack, scoring 55 goals and 15 assists and garnering All-Region and All-State honors for the first time.  Freshman Katie Gleeson made her initial varsity season a memorable one, contributing 49 goals and 9 assists while collecting All-Region honors.  Goalie Madison Browder finished her career at FHS by earning her third All-Region and second All-State honors; senior Kayla Jacobs earned her second All_Region honors and freshman Lily Bragsten and sophomore Maddy Hayes earned their first All-Region honors as well.  The team took second place in the Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic in Birmingham, winning 5 of six games during the two day event.

The 2013 season was a record breaking season as the Lady Rebels finished the season with their best win-loss record ever, coming in at 19-3 and finishing as the top-rated public high school team in the state (according to Laxpower rankings) for the second time in three years.  Offensively the team was led by the Gleeson sisters, as junior Erin Gleeson tallied a school record 87 goals and 26 assists, with sophomore Katie Gleeson adding 74 goals and 25 assists.  Junior midfielder Maddy Hayes chipped in with 25 goals, while sophomore Lucy Hayes and eighth-grader Kat Raymond contributed 17 goals each.  Maddy Hayes won the Digger award, given to the player who won the most ground balls for the season.  Junior goaltender Micah Thompson set a school record for wins in a season as she was in goal for all 19 wins, putting together an impressive 56% goals against percentage along the way.  She was aided by a stingy defense that gave up an average of under five goals per game for the season, which led all teams in TGLA.  The defense was led by junior Maggie Gibson, sophomore Emily Craft and freshmen Hannah Deitz and Madi Crow.  The team won their third championship in five years at the Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic, winning six games in two days and beating Hotlanta 6-5 in an exciting title game.  Several players received post-season honors, with Erin Gleeson, Katie Gleeson, Maddy Hayes, Madi Crow, Maggie Gibson and Micah Thompson garnering All-Region awards, followed by Erin receiving First-Team All-State recognition and Katie Gleeson receiving Second-Team All-State honors.  Capping off an incredible season, Erin Gleeson was selected Second-Team All-American, the first Lady Rebel player to receive such an honor.  Congratulations Erin!!! 







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