The girls’ soccer program had a better season than the previous year by five more wins. The last time they won this many games was more than five years ago.
Girls soccer head coach Stephanie Sazo said, “The varsity girls improved so much I was shocked compared to last year.” Sazo would like more people to join the program, and she believes that girls’ soccer will make a big impact on lobo land
The captains for the girls’ varsity soccer team were Bianca Mares and Priscilla Marquez. Mares is a junior and was a midfielder, and Marquez is a senior and was a goalkeeper. The varsity girls’ team consists of seven freshmen, three sophomores, six juniors and one senior.
The captains for the Junior varsity team were Abigail Villa and Leslie Perez. Villa is a sophomore mid-fielder, and a striker; Perez is a sophomore defender and sweeper. The JV consists of four freshmen, five sophomores and five juniors.
One of the varsity soccer player Heaven Telles she played defense and she said “That the freshmen had a big impact on the varsity team.” The freshmen consisted of Heaven Telles, Lisset Holguin, Karen Perches, Andrea Marquez, Stephanie Palomares, Perla Guzman, Odette Pacheco, Nuvia Soto, Noemi Castro and Annie Arellano.
The sophomores will need to be leaders for the underclassman, so in the future they can step up to the plate. The sophomores in the soccer program are Mia Lopez, Erica Ramirez, Samantha Duran, Abigail Villa, Kenia Gonzalez, Keyla Mijares, Leslie Perez and Ruth Sanchez.
The juniors will have to step up to plate since they will be seniors next year. The junior are Stephanie Pena, Nathaly Reyes, Kimberly Alvarez, Brianna Ibarra, Amy Trejo, Nubia Soto, Leslie Perez, Andrea Porras, Cecilia Valenzuela, Marisol Cordova, and Bianca Mares.
The following senior is having her final year with the girls’ soccer team. That senior is Priscilla Marquez. Pricilla was the captain and the goalkeeper for the Varsity soccer team.