Girls JV Soccer Roster

1  Jasmine Barajas

2 Sage Winia

3 Olivia Byers-Johnson

4 Natali Escot

5 Reiana Merriell

8 Rebecca Morin

9 Kate DeYoung

10 Sonora Snook

11 Bethany Lechenet

12 Olivia Kuhn

14 Amaya Rios

17 Alyanna Rios

20 Nayla Alvarez-Gomez

23 Aliana Alvarez-Gomez

 

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Girls JV Soccer

Season Record: 0-0-1


Wednesday
Mar252015

Rats and Pumas Draw

The JV girls soccer team battled hard for 100 minutes on Tuesday and ended the game tied with Potters House 2-2.  Haley Griffin and Emma Lock each scored a goal for the Rats while Katie Banaszak and Emma Hubbel split time in goal.  The JV team is in action next on Monday as they host Allegan.

Thursday
Apr032014

Team Building

What will you be doing during the team building excercise this week?

Anna Stubbs-  I think that we are going down to the landfill and take a landfill scavenger hunt and what we find we have to make. I do want to go ice skating but it doesn’t seem like that is something that Rowe would do, its too girly for him.

Kayla Brothers- I think that we are going to either go ice skating as a team or that we will be going to Good Will and have a fashion show with used clothes. We will also be arriving in a limo like swaggers.

Megan Youngerman- I think that we will be going ice skating because he told us to put on gloves, a coat, a hat and whatever shoes we wanted to.

Crystina Piecuch- I think that we will be going ice skating because when you say to bring warm stuff, but that it doesn’t matter what shoes we wear, is pretty obvious.

Overall these girls think that they will be going ice skating for their team building activity. Even the girls that don’t think they are going ice skating have good alternatives from building sculptures out of landfill to having a fashion show at goodwill.  Wherever they go, they will have a good time and build a stronger team, and this will show on and off the field.  I believe that the Junior Varsity team will have a very successful season.  

 

Thursday
Mar132014

Questions for Soccer Star Anna Stubbs

By: By: Nelson Hubbell and Giovani Kai Ortiz


We interviewed Anna Stubbs and we asked her about this upcoming season.  Another question we asked was what she is doing to prepare for this upcoming soccer season and she replied, “To prepare for this upcoming soccer season I have been practicing on an indoor gymnasium and i’ve been running a lot lately to help get myself in shape.”  We also questioned Anna about  what level/age group she plays for and she answered, “The level I play for is Junior Varsity but it would be awesome if I could play Varsity.” Then we asked about what position she plays, her reply was, “The position I play is midfield defensemen but I would like to play midfielder.”  The last two questions we asked her was when she started playing soccer and why she played. Anna replied, “I started playing soccer it seems as long as I could, which was probably five or six years old. I play because I enjoy it and think it’s fun, but also because I can get a good workout.

Wednesday
May092012

Rats Tie BCC

The Rats got half way to the revenge they wanted from losing to Barry Country Christian earlier in the season. However, could not finish on several opportunities to win the game. The ladies continue to improve and make themselves better soccer players, and good things are happening on teamwork. 

Alicia Castorena score the lone goal, and Kate Hubbell and Sophie Deleeuw only allowed one goal. 

Friday
May042012

2 in a Row

The JV Rats won their second game in two nights, with a satisfying win over Wellspring Academy. The Rats controlled the whole game, and for the first time all season started to connect pass to pass. The Rats only goal came from a beautiful win by Kate Hubbel, who played the ball forward to Aime Ndong, a great cross from the corner found midfielder Izzy Toth on the far post. She finished the goal with a flourish. 

Sophie DeLeuw and Kate Hubbel pitched the River Rats second straight shutout.