Lady Canes Win Against Calvary

Girls’ JV soccer takes home a win


On December 5th, the school’s JV girls’ soccer team had a match with Calvary High School and resulted in a 3-0 win for the Canes. The elation of the crowd was enough hype for the team to continue pushing for a decently far lead from Calvary. The 3 goals were scored by Abigail Robbins, Sophia Ramirez, and Bailey Aliberto.

The Cane’s coach – Michael Haber – had a goal for his team. With a record of 1 win and 3 losses, Coach Haber discussed his desire to end the season with more wins than losses, and this game was a notch on the belt for the team.

“My goal for the rest of the season is to win the next three games, and to end with a record of 4:3. Our team is very good this year and I believe in our ability to earn this for ourselves and our school,” said Haber.

Charlotte Summers (’25), a center defender, speaks about what she thought of how the Canes played during the game and their attitude throughout the match.

“My standards for [Calvary’s] game play was high, but we went in with confidence and [had] fun. It was a very exhilarating game, and I think our team came together as a whole because we wanted a win so bad,” said Summers (’25).

Alexa Lenard (’25), an outside back, talks about the reactions of her teammates during the Calvary game, and the games before.

“We communicated nicely and encouraged one another on the sidelines. Everyone is very supportive and positive even during our losses. We always try to keep our heads up. Our gameplay is smart and successful, and even when we fail, we always find a way to pick ourselves back up”, said Lenard (’25).

Olivia Wulf (’25), a winger, speaks on her appreciation of her team and their win against Calvary.

“I think our team did really good and I’m proud of my team for not giving up even after losing a few games. Our heads never went down, and we were never discouraged from winning. Our faith in each other and our need to win conquered, and in turn helped us conquer Calvary,” said Wulf (’25).

This win for the Canes was just one step on their path of victories. In the end, the team achieved their goal, and ended the JV season with 4 wins and 3 losses, and they aren’t done yet. On Saturday the 17th, the girls are competing in a 3-game tournament against the highest schools in the JV league.