Sports Wrap-Up 9/14

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Sports Wrap-Up 9/14

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

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‘Rines soccer, both girls and boys, and field hockey saw action yesterday.  Both soccer teams took on Clarksburg High School, an both teams were able to give the Coyotes a fight last night. Field hockey, however, took on the Blair Blazers.

Boys soccer took on the Coyotes last night, September 13, at 7:15 here, at the mill. The roaring home crowd was able to keep our ‘Rines focused all game, as the team was able to pick up a hard-fought 1-0 victory. Senior Yann Kouemi looks for the team to keep this same mentality going into tonight’s game at the Northwood Gladiators at 6 pm. Kouemi added, “I expect for us to pick up from where we left off yesterday, play the same way and get the win.”

Girls soccer fell to the Clarksburg Coyotes in a tough 4-0 loss last night. The ‘Rines played an intense game with things just not going their way. “We tried maintaining them and we contained them at the same score for a long period of time,” junior Jennifer Lopez said. The team hopes bring a win home against the Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles next Wednesday, September 19.

Watkins Mill field hockey fought a tough game against the Blair Blazers yesterday, September 13. It was a close game but ultimately lost 1 -0. The team looks to come back strong on Monday, September 18, against the Einstein Titans.

Although varsity field hockey lost to Blair, it was their best game yet. They fought hard and never gave up. “We played well. We fixed a lot of mistakes we made in the previous game,” said senior captain Virginia Schlosser. “It was a hot and tiring game, but we stayed positive and played to our potential throughout the game.”

“We improved a lot from our last game, using the things we learned at practice on Tuesday,” said senior captain Katherine Campbell.

Girls volleyball looks to take down the Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles tonight at home at 6:30 pm, so come out and support!

 

 

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