Through youth, club, high school and college soccer, twin sisters Jenny and Michelle Allen never played for separate teams.

The Brookwood graduates wanted to be together, which led to signing with the Armstrong State women’s soccer program, their home the past three seasons. They already were looking forward to later this year as Armstrong seniors, competing alongside each other one final season before entering the working world.

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Sports Editor for the Gwinnett Daily Post and Regional Sports Director for Southern Community Newspapers, Inc. A Gwinnett native documenting Gwinnett County sports with the GDP since 1997.

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