2014 Boys' Soccer Schedule

2013 Boys’ Soccer

Introducing our 2013 Varsity Soccer Team:

 

FALL 2013 GAME RECAPS FROM COACH BOOKE:
 

October 17th. The boys varsity soccer squad had their second 7v7 scrimmage today against the Oracle school.  The focus this past week in preparation for the game was creating offensive opportunities in an effort to finally break our scoring drought.  That being said, in a matter of the first 10 minutes our boys were able to sneak a shot past our oppositions keeper by none other than sophomore forward Drew Cannizzaro.  It was his first career goal and so far the highlight of the season.  Drew’s goal knotted the score up and it remained that way until the end of the half before Oracle was able to take the lead.  Unfortunately, despite some strong defensive effort from Cole Rodgers and Joshua Meyers our opponent never relinquished their lead and our program took its second loss.  Once again Kevin Leroy and myself are very pleased with how the boys are responding in the face of adversity.  Please continue to support our program next week Monday as we play against the Falk school.

October 21st. The boys varsity soccer club finished out their regular season games this afternoon by participating in an inter-squad scrimmage with the Falk school.  Both teams were missing some players and it was decided that more would be gained playing together as opposed to playing short- handed.  That being said, there was instant “chemistry” and teamwork amongst the two groups and it turned out to be quite and entertaining scrimmage.  Some highlights from the contest included Baylen Oliver scoring 5 times, one of which was off a head ball cross given to him by a Falk player who was on his team.  Cole Rodgers also scored his first career goal after being switched from his normal defensive spot up to the forward position. All in all it was a success and it gave our group of guys a boost of esteem.  Please tell the boys how proud you are of them with their efforts.  It should be noted that no official score was kept.