Girls C-Level Soccer Team Makes a Second Half Comeback Against Regis

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photo by Makenna Allen

Jenna LaKomy ’20 battles for the ball on the Rock Canyon field during the C-Level game Mon., May 1.

by Makenna Allen, Reporter

Mon. May 1, the Girls C Level soccer team took on Regis Jesuit at Rock Canyon.  The girls competed for the win in the second to last game of the season.

At the end of the first half, the girls were down three to one.  However, the team made a comeback in the second half to win five to three.  The girls scored four unanswered goals that added to the team’s season total of 56 goals.  

After the victory, the team’s record is nine wins, two losses, and one tie.  Despite the overall winning victory, the team has not been as successful as in previous years.  Nevertheless, head coach, Audry Hunt, is proud of her team’s accomplishments.

Compared to last year, we have more losses, but we aren’t letting that define our overall season.  These girls have worked so hard and have grown a lot over this season and I think that says more than our record,” Hunt said.  “The other schools we play, especially in this area, are good talented teams and for us to end the season with an overall winning record is so awesome.”

Olivia Allen ‘20 shares emotions similar to those of Hunt with regards to her team’s strides in cooperation. 

“We all got along really well and played good together,” Allen said.  

As the girls prepare for their final game of the year May 2, against ThunderRidge, Hunt reflects upon the season.
My favorite part of coaching this year has been seeing this group of girls become a team.  High school sports are different because it brings students together from different club teams and even different ages, and they have to get to know each other as teammates,” Hunt said.  “These girls had to learn to trust each other and how to work with each other and they have done such an amazing job with that.”  

The girls C-Level soccer team struggles for a comeback of four unanswered points in the Mon., May 1 game against Regis.