Making an exit: Girls’ Soccer wraps up season with record of 6-10


EJ Boersma

SCORING SCREAMERS Tossing the ball into play, Piper Swope, junior, sets her teammates up for a goal. “The soccer season was probably the most family and team I’ve felt in a while,” Piper Swope, junior, said.

Atarah Israel, Editor-in-Chief

With a record of 6-10, Girls’ Soccer ended their season with members eager to use lessons learned from their losses for the future. Despite losing 11 seniors from their previous season, the team’s development throughout the season was impressive, according to Kenna Teske, co-captain and senior. For their next year, the girls look forward to facing off against Highland once again.

“We had a rocky season overall,” Teske said. “Obviously our record wasn’t great. (But), if you were to look at us from our first game to our last game, the way we improved was astronomical. (For next year I want the team) to beat Highland, because I don’t want them to lose again.”