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Varsity Girls Soccer

Schedule

vs.
Fayetteville Christian School
Fayetteville Christian School
Win 6-0
vs.
Grace Christian School
Grace Christian School
<None Specified>
POSTPONED: Postponed

Roster

Varsity Girls Soccer
  • Emily Alcock
    2020
    Wake Forest, NC
  • Ella Alford
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Rose Mary Anders
    2021
    New Hill, NC
  • Anna Charles Bowman
    2022
    Morrisville, NC
  • Harrison Bowman
    2020
    Morrisville, NC
  • Julia Hensley
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Alexis Herrin
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Andrew Hoffman
    2020
  • Eirena Klemes
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Avery Lloyd
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Abigail McClatchey
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Parker McConnell
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Holden McLennan
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Madison Nobrega
    2020
  • Mary-Kate Stahl
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Katie Teague
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Elizabeth Wiley
    2022
    Raleigh, NC

Coaches

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The Warriors varsity girls soccer season is over after a 4-0 loss to unseeded Carolina Day School of Asheville Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The sixth-seeded Warriors held the Wildcats scoreless for the first 22 minutes, before giving up three goals late in the first half. “We lost to a better team,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose Warriors ended with a 5-10 record. “I will miss my seniors-Julia, Abigail, Katie and Mary Kate. They are all terrific people and I hope our younger players have learned from them what it takes to be successful on and off the field. Carolina Day (8-3-1) will play at third seeded High Point Christian in the quarterfinals Saturday.  

Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team defeated Carmel Christian of Charlotte, 3-1, Thursday on senior night at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Emily Alcock, Julia Hensley and Eirena Klemes scored for SDS. Hensley had two assists and Abigail McClatchey had one. “We played our best game of year,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 5-9. “Our passing and movement off the ball was outstanding. We’ll wait for the state pairings to come out Sunday to see what happens next.” 

Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team picked up a conference victory with a 4-1 decision over Grace Christian on a sun-splashed Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Eirena Klemes scored the first goal, then Emily Alcock found the net for a 2-1 halftime advantage. Abigail McClatchey and Julia Hensley scored in the second half to ice the win. “It’s always good to beat one of your conference rivals,” said assistant coach Jennifer Boney. “We connected well on our passes and our chemistry was great today. The Warriors are 4-6 and 1-2 in the EPIC.

Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team bounced back from Wednesday’s shutout loss with a 7-3 victory at Neuse Christian Thursday afternoon in North Raleigh. Emily Alcock led the Warriors scoring with four goals and an assist. Julia Hensley, Mary Kate Stahl and Anna Charles Bowman had one goal each. “I’m proud of the way we responded with the quick turnaround,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 3-4. “It’s tough to play back to back games, but we competed very well. We moved the ball well on offense and it was good to get a win.” Hensley added two assists, while Alcock had one. Eirena Klemes and Katie Teague also had assists..

Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team won their second straight game, 6-0, at Fayetteville Christian Thursday. Julia Hensley led the scoring with four goals, while Emily Alcock and Anna Charles Bowman also found the net. “We connected on a lot of passes, which led to the goals and played well as a team,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 2-1. “We made a lot of improvement on defense as well. We’ll get better as long as we work at it.”