DRIBBLE AND DODGE In a soccer match against Lowell on Sept. 23, Ethan Orange, senior, dodges, dribbles and circumvents around the defender. Boys’ Soccer won the game with a final score of 8-0. Boys’ Soccer sectionals will be held at Highland High School on Monday Oct. 5, and they currently maintain a record of 4-2-1, “I scanned the field to look for my teammates to set them up to score,” Ethan said. (Max Lindenmayer)
DRIBBLE AND DODGE In a soccer match against Lowell on Sept. 23, Ethan Orange, senior, dodges, dribbles and circumvents around the defender. Boys’ Soccer won the game with a final score of 8-0. Boys’ Soccer sectionals will be held at Highland High School on Monday Oct. 5, and they currently maintain a record of 4-2-1, “I scanned the field to look for my teammates to set them up to score,” Ethan said.

Max Lindenmayer

Sports Sidenote

October 1, 2020

 

STOLEN BALL Playing at home, Kylie Meegan, freshman, steals the ball from a Merrillville defensive player during a Sept. 24 game. The Girls’ soccer team won the match with a score of 9-0. With a current record of 6-4-1. Girls’ Soccer prepares for sectionals that are on Oct. 5 at Lake Central High School, “I wanted to get the ball up-field so our team could get an opportunity to score,” Kylie said. (Max Lindenmayer)
KEEPING THE BALL IN OUR COURT Hitting a backhand slice, Michael Fesko, freshman, competes against Chesterton in the Smash Cancer meet. The meet is an annual fundraiser that the boys participate in. Boys’ tennis first sectional meet started on Thursday. “The season has been great since we’ve been playing very well against some of the best competition,” Fesko said. (Anna Evilsizor)
DRIBBLE AND DODGE In a soccer match against Lowell on Sept. 23, Ethan Orange, senior, dodges, dribbles and circumvents around the defender. Boys’ Soccer won the game with a final score of 8-0. Boys’ Soccer sectionals will be held at Highland High School on Monday Oct. 5, and they currently maintain a record of 4-2-1, “I scanned the field to look for my teammates to set them up to score,” Ethan said.
(Max Lindenmayer)

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