Sports Wrap Up: September 29

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Sports Wrap Up: September 29

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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Girls Soccer

Girls soccer played an intense game against the Damascus Hornets but fell short losing 10-4. “We tried our best but in the end if we all played our one hundred percent and stayed focus in the game, the scoreboard would have been better,” said senior Liseth Tocas. The Wolverines hope to defeat the Magruder Colonels on the road on Tuesday, October 3.

Volleyball

Varsity volleyball takes another hit as they lost their game yesterday against Gaithersburg High School 3-0. Volleyball looks to seek their second win Tuesday, October 3 at their Dig Pink game against Damascus High School.

Their Dig Pink game is to create awareness against breast cancer. Show support by coming out and wearing pink. “We’re excited to play and be of some help by raising money and awareness. We hope to play well with the big crowd in attendance,” senior Daad Gabbani said..

Field Hockey

After a crushing loss against the Wheaton Knights on Monday, September 25 ‘Rines field hockey looked to take down the Kennedy Cavaliers. The team was successful, beating the Cavaliers 2-1. In practice they’ve been working on multiple skills including fundamentals and finishing.

“We have been focusing on playing the full 60 minutes instead of one half,” said senior Katherine Campbell.

Golf

The ‘Rines Golf team won their second straight match to finish out the season this past Thursday at Needwood Golf Course against three other high schools: Paint Branch, Wheaton and Kennedy.

The Golf team finished out the season with a shutout at their last match against all three of the teams. Coach Richard Riley said, “Everyone on the team, individually did really well and even some of our players shot their personal bests. When you have a full team some really good things can happen out there [on the Golf Course].”

With an impressive season, three out of the four players on the team will be competing in the District County tournament on Monday, so come out and support.

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