Badger soccer starts season with 3-2 win
- Author: Leroy Wright Apr 12, 2018,
Apr 12, 2018, 8:17
"But, with all of the cancellations, it is hard to find open dates to reschedule them".
"We know on our best day, we proved Tuesday that on our best day we can beat (North)". "Erin York has been out the last couple (of) games and Adrianna has played at a very high level the last two games". As a senior, it's been an honor to be one of the leaders this season.
"I am completely for that", noted the Raider coach. "We came out with a great energy and executed our game plan with our first few possessions of the match". Ten Torrington players took at least one shot in the win. "I don't know if we've had quite the pre-season we had a year ago; we were able to get a little more cardio in, get a little more game ready". "They do move the ball well, but we did a solid job of getting numbers behind the ball and pushing them wide". They will continue on May 19 from 1pm up to the time when there's still sunlight, while the last two qualifiers are scheduled on June 1 and 2 and will run from 4pm to 7pm and 2pm to 6pm, respectively. "I wish I could do it all over again". Before we play three times next week, one thing we have to improve on is our preparedness when our opponent has a big first serve.
"For the Design Thinking Challenge, students will design a robot to battle against other schools' robots in a wrestling type style tournament set up as a bracket", said RCDSB technology-enabled learning teacher Oliver Gallery. This year, I think I'm over estimating where I'm going to hit it and I believe it's just a technique I need to go back and work on. Head baseball coach Rob Bishop said the teams were outside practicing in mid March previous year and Mark Ekeland, who was the head coach at SDSU from 1984-2003, told him the latest they were able to practice outside was April 18.
In 2014, Earnest Graham took over a moribund program that had seen its glory years slip further in the rearview mirror and oversaw a team that went from a talented but undisciplined team to an area powerhouse.
"Probably my biggest concern is just trying to get game experience for kids", said Wayne Trace softball coach Amber Showalter.
Trent Gray pitched four innings, striking out five for the winners while Aaron Hair picked up the victory with four strikeouts and a walk.
Varsity players Hayden Mills and James Nicholson won the boy's doubles district championship and in girl's doubles, Hannah DeFriend and Josie Wells took the district crown for the Goats.