MS Girls Soccer

Black Team - Coach Johns

Olivia Byers-Johnson

Kate DeYoung

Zoe Eich

Lucy Groothuis

Bethany Lechenet

Rebecca Morin

Alyana Rios

Amaya Rios

Annika Vroon

Sage Winia

Emma Yonker

Savannah Zylman

Green Team - Coach Gray

Sarah Alferink

Jaylee Bentley

Bella Britt

Beatrice Byrd

Kelsey Kuhn

Hannah Lock

Sierra Lynch

Andrea Mecino-De La Rosa

Michaela Page

Sia Rajgarhia

Jordan Ramirez

Reilly Shuff

Grace Smeltzer

Elena Swieringa

 

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Thursday
May262016

MS Girls Soccer - 2015-2016 Season Recap

The 2015-2016 MS Girls Soccer season concluded on May 19, 2016. 

MS Girls Soccer - Black Team

Coach Johns

Record: 5-3-2

Outscored our opponents 34-17. Posted 4 shut outs on the season. 

Goals: 

Sage Winia 7

Lucy Groothuis 6

Becca Morin 4

Kate DeYoung 3

Emma Yonker 3

Sarah Alferink 2

Olivia Byers-Johnson 2

Michaela Page 2

Amaya Rios 2

Annika Vroon 2

Savannah Zylman 1

 

MS Girls Soccer - Green Team

Coach Gray

Record 1-6-2

Goals and assists:

Michaela Page- 3 goals, 1 assist

Beatrice Byrd- 1 goal

Hannah Lock- 1 goal

Sierra Lynch- 1 goal

Kelsey Kuhn- 1 goal

Reilly Shuff- 1 assist

Tuesday
Mar252014

MS Soccer Practice Begins on Thursday

The MS soccer season will begin on Thursday, March 27 with indoor conditioning.  Interested players should meet Coach Johns in the basement of the main building.  Conditioning will be from 3:15-4:15.  All athletes need a current sports physical on file with the school in order to participate in the conditioning or practices.  Questions? Contact Coach Johns - johnsd@brpsk12.org

Thursday
Mar132014

New Equations for the MS Girls Soccer Team!

By: Nelson Hubbell and Giovani Ortiz

Black Rivers MS Science teacher Mr. Brett Bittrick decided to retire from coaching the BR middle school girls soccer team to spend more time with his kids.  As a replacement BR 7 & 8 Math Teacher Mr. Daniel Johns will be an addition to the BR equation.  Hopefully his computations will be the sum for a successful middle school soccer season.  Coach Johns plans on bringing a new angle to how the team plays this season. Hopefully the team will show symmetry through their passing.  Mr. Johns new skills will hopefully multiply the chances of success.  The team will be to the power of three components; angle passing, parallel runs and parabola headers. The goal will be to not have the team eat too much pi and will be in shape.

Thursday
Mar142013

Soccer Start Date

Middle School Soccer will not begin until March 25 due to the wintery weather.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Lawton or Coach Bittrick.

Tuesday
May012012

BRPS Victory

BRPS Black Team vs. Northpointe Christian


It was the opening game of a legendary season, everyone could tell. BRPS Black soccer Team was facing Northpointe Christian. BRPS had a home field advantage because Northpointe doesn’t practice on a field that large, like BRPS does.

The game began with the crowd pepped up, and the players set and ready. When the whistle blew the players worked hard. The first goal of the game belonged to BRPS, thanks to Danae Winia. With a good beginning BRPS gained more confidence, however Northpointe wasn’t going to give up, even though the score during the first half ended up 1-0.

Working well together as a team during the second half, BRPS’ Ashlynn kicked a sharp pass to Chelsea who scored the second goal. Now that the BRPS girls had a two point lead, the Northpointe girls began to step up their game. They attempted to try to score on BPRS’ unstoppable goalie, Abri Ingrassia, but BRPS’ defense was too good and didn’t let Northpointe pass them. “I stopped the few ones that came to me, however I didn’t have to stop many because the defense was so good,” Abri said. Anna Stubbs commented, “Abri never made us nervous, she is so good.”

When Maggie Christie scored the third goal, the game was practically sealed. There was 45 seconds left, however Northpointe played as if their lives counted on it. When the final whistle sounded, the crowd cheered and congratulated the winners. Isaac French said, “I thought the game went well, they won 3-0.”

The BRPS girls practiced hard and dominated the game, earning their win.

Shannon Youngerman and Natalie Bloss