Girls soccer ends challenging yet supportive season


Nehemiah Lewinson

Senior Briana Black watches the ball and runs with intentions of getting to it before her opponents.

Isa Flores, Staff Writer

The varsity girls soccer team had a challenging season yet, they managed to have a sturdy team bond.

“Everyone is super supportive, especially during games because we all want each other to do good, and we all just want to have fun,” senior Zahiyah Carter said. “Of course, we are all going to have our cliques and groups, but overall, we do act as one team.”

With this support, the team made it through a tough season. The players gave it their all in practice and games, and once again their team bond was important.

“Sportsmanship is really big on our team especially among our players because at the end of the day, we all rely on each other and trust each other,” junior Emerson Voldan said.

The team won its home district game against Burleson 3-0. The team also won all its games at the Arlington HS Tournament.

Coach Kirby Davis led the team. He had them in an attacking style, 4-3-3, play which helped in a tough district with seven teams ranked in the top 25.

“While we will not make play-offs, this team hopes to compete every game and walk off the field knowing that they gave as much as possible to their teammates,” Davis said.