Girls’ soccer succeeds

Anna Ivanov and Kate Rogula

Despite injuries and other setbacks at the start of the season, girls’ varsity soccer is competing with intensity and confidence in their games, Mark Daniels, Varsity Girls’ Soccer Head Coach, said.

A current 12-10-1 season reflects the team’s hard work and collaboration throughout the highs and lows of the season, senior Captain Carolyn Cameranesi said.

“We have a “word of the year every year”; this year, it [is] perseverance,” Cameranesi said. “We [are] trying to stick to that every game, working harder to get better as the season goes on.”

Freshman starter Chloe Beach has made a great impact on the roster on and off the field. Beach is one of those players
that the team counts on in critical moments, Daniels explained.

“Chloe is one of the players we are counting on to make things happen in our attack,” Daniels said.

Beach explained that her ability to compete at the highest level comes from her desire to improve. She understands the importance of focusing during games and practices, Beach said.

“Varsity soccer is a big thing and you always have to take practices seriously or else you will never improve,” Beach said.

Daniels explained that as he reflected on the majority of the season, he is proud of the team’s versatility.

“The team is a committed group of players who are willing to work hard to achieve our common goals,” Daniels said. “They persevere when things get challenging.”