February 3, 2022

MS Girls Soccer are District Champions!

What a wonderful season the Lady Warriors middle school soccer team had!

The season began with the Lady Warriors losing the season opening game. The Warriors put this first game behind them with dignity, dedication, poise and hard work. They finished the season with a record of 9-2-2, winning all of their district games and securing first place in the district and a place in the championship game.

The championship game was intense from kickoff with the Lady Warriors striking at the opponent’s goal within the first five minutes of the game. The game was back and forth even with the Lady Warriors having ball possession 90% of the game. The Warriors had a difficult time putting a goal in the back of the net and the spectators were at the edge of their seats with every strike on goal. The Northland defensive line was formidable but with persistence and composure the Lady Warriors pressed and with skill found the back of the net and put the Warriors up 1-0.

The Warriors played the remainder of the game as if the score was 0-0, winning the district championship with a final score of 1-0.

Congratulations, Lady Warriors !!!

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