WHITE HOUSE - White House High School soccer standout Maddie Davis has earned a spot on an All-American watch. The senior forward is one of just three girls from Tennessee to be named to the initial watch list that includes 150 girls total.
After the initial watch list, Davis will fill out a player profile to turn into Director Eric Stratman. Around mid-October, the advisory committee will be sent a list of players on the final watch list for their input on the final 40 girls.
Near the end of October, players will be contacted regarding their selections. The 40 girls selected will be divided up into two teams, East and West. Each team will have two goalkeepers, six defenders, six midfielders and six forwards.
The two teams will play against each other on December 2 in Orlando, Florida in an All-American Game.
Davis heads into her senior season at White House as the reigning, back-to-back Sumner County Player of the Year, along with being All-State for back-to-back years as well. Davis has scored 115 career goals with 47 assists. Last season, she set the school record for most goals in a season with 55.
"I am excited and honored to be named to the All- American watch list," Davis said. "It's something you hear about, but never think you'll actually achieve. I am lucky to play with some of the best athletes in the state at White House High School and am looking forward to a great senior season."