Sports Wrap-Up: September 27

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Sports Wrap-Up: September 27

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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Field Hockey

The ‘Rines took on the Wheaton Knights last Monday, September 25 after falling to the Thomas Johnson Patriots on September 20. The team fought hard against the Knights but weren’t able to pick up the win, sadly falling 0-3. “[We need to keep] the intensity up,” senio Karyn Chambers added “play good first half play good second half.” The team plans to work on their passing and finishing instead of playing on defense most of the game.

Girls Soccer

Girls soccer fell 6-0 to the Poolsville Falcons on Monday September, 25. The Wolverines went into the game with high intensity and a lot of energy but fell short in the end. “We played hard in the beginning but we couldn’t finish the game strong,” senior Heaven Atta said. The ‘Rines will play the Damascus Swarmin’ Hornets at home today at 7:15.

“We can beat Damascus if we play as team and keep up the intensity,” Atta added.

Boys Soccer

In a nail-biting match against the Blake Bulldogs last Friday, September 22, ‘Rines boys soccer was able to pick up their second victory in a row. Going into the game, the team looked to have “more communication and trust in our teammates,” senior Nelson Contreras added. The team communicated well all game and picked up a last minute victory, with the help of an early goal by senior Yann Kouemi, and a last second winning goal by junior Junior Kadio.

Football

Watkins Mill Football fell short 42-14 to the Seneca Valley Eagles Saturday, 23. After winning two games in a row the Wolverines were eager to play the Eagles. “We were a little bit nervous but we came out strong,” junior Isiah Goslee said.

Despite the lost the ‘Rines already to face their upcoming opponents Rockville Rams this Thursday. Don’t forget to be there!

Cross Country

Watkins Mill boys varsity cross country had a good performance at the Hood College HS Invite. The ‘Rines finished 20th out of the 27 other schools that participated in this event. The ‘Rines official team score was 548 while the winning team’s Linganore official score was 115. Junior Sebastian Batanero had an amazing performance finishing 80th out of 194 participants.

“I was very pleased by my performance today and I hope to do better as the season goes on,” said Sebastian Batanero.

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