Soccer brings home wins in final weeks of season

Varsity girls soccer outscored their opponents Lindbergh, Incarnate, and Rockwood Summit in the Meg Herndon Classic, April 29. With an overall score of 16-2.

“We went into the tournament knowing that we were going to be matched up against three good teams and we took on the challenge. We played and worked hard as a team and got the outcomes we wanted,” senior Kelsey Kehoe said.

The team went up against Holt, Troy, and Fort Zumwalt West in the conference championships May 5-7. They won all three games claiming the GAC championship title.

“I felt confident in our team this year. Our record has been really good this season and I think that it served as a good prediction of how we would match up against some of the teams in postseason,” senior Lily Boushelle said. 

The season didn’t come without its changes. Complying with the county mandate for COVID-19 the team was required to social distance during their practices and games..
“I know that social distancing is hard, but with everyone staying healthy and safe we can help build up our bonds and connections with each other and make up for the lost time from last year,” Kehoe said.

Girls soccer will move on to districts May 18-20.