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  • Soccer - Girls Junior Varsity

    2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Michelle Mondell

TEAM NEWS

List of 3 news stories.

  • Team Endures Tough Outing in Broward

    Emerson Fales
    The girls JV soccer team ran into a tough opponent in Archbishop McCarthy losing 8-0.  The team headed up to Broward with only 11 girls to take on the perennially tough Mavericks.  The game started off with the ball mostly in our half of the field but neither team controlling possession.  The Mavericks upped their pressure and started getting a few shots. This continued until they created a good opportunity and scored from close in to goal.  The Lady Raiders bounced back and kept their opponents away from the goal even generating a shot. Archbishop McCarthy recovered possession and scored their second goal when a Raider was off the field with the trainer.  Soon after the Raiders let in two quick goals that deflated the team. There was a short regaining of composure yet the Mavericks would not be denied and worked the ball around creating good chances. They were able to add two more goals for a 6-0 score at halftime.  

    After a spirited conversation about playing together as a team, the players returned to the field.  The game resumed its pattern with the ball mostly in the Raider half of the field. The Mavericks applied pressure and the defense held until giving up a breakaway goal 8 minutes into the half.  Then Archbishop McCarthy mounted consistent pressure working the ball around until their forward created and finished a good scoring opportunity. The final score was 8-0 ending a tough day for the team up in Broward.

    The next game is Tuesday, January 21st 4:30 at home against True North.  It is our last game of the season!  With the returning freshwomen adding players to the bench allowing for more rotation, everyone is hopeful for a successful finish to the season and a proper send off for the seniors: Isa Farinas '20, Sophie Iacovelli '20, Jamie Sanford '20 and Bri Suarez '20.
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  • Team Hangs Tough in Third Game of 2020

    Emerson Fales
    The week started off with a game against a tough opponent Westminster Christian School and 4 freshwomen heading to the Everglades for their Outward Bound experience.  The team fought hard in a physical game but lost 7-2 to the Warriors. The coaches were very impressed with their spirit and effort; and reminded the team that this score was an improvement from the game in November.

    The girls started off playing well defensively not allowing many shots nor any scoring chances.  Since this was the second time playing this opponent, the team knew what to expect and how to counteract it.  Strong defense up the middle and distributing the ball wide to use the space to get into the forward half of the field.  Yet most of the game was played in the Raider half with occasional forays forward utilizing the wings. While the team was able to get some shots on goal Westminster had more.  Kati Ortega '22 stood tall in net making save after save until the 15th minute when the Warriors got in behind the defense and finished the opportunity with a low hard shot. The game continued the same way until right before half when Westminster had a corner kick and a Raider player mistakenly knocked the ball into her own goal.  Westminster went into halftime leading 2-0.

    The second half started off better for the Raiders as Jamie Sanford '20 and Grace Arriola '21 continued to clog up their play through the middle.  In the 6th minute Sanford ‘20 won possession and sent a long diagonal ball into the offensive half. Lily Kaplan ‘22 ran onto it and blasted a shot with her left foot past the goalkeeper.  An early score wasn’t a surprise as a large percentage of goals are scored in the first five minutes of halves or right after an opponent scores. This caused the Warriors to resume their quick passing play and began to pressure the Raider goal.  The defense and goalkeeper held up until giving up goals on two corner kicks for a 4-1 score line at the second water break. As the half wore on and due to injury the team played with no substitutes. As a result, the Raiders gave up more scoring opportunities that lead to three more goals.  Yet the team kept working the ball down to the Warriors end of the field and trying to score. With under a minute, the team won a corner kick which was taken with :16 seconds remaining. After the initial chance was partially cleared to the top of the box Daniela Pineros ‘21 stepped up and first timed a low shot through traffic for a goal right at the buzzer.

    Though the team lost and was banged up after a very physical game; the coaches expressed their admiration for the players’ effort, pushing themselves to exhaustion and fighting spirit.  The team has two days of recovery and practice then play again on Thursday at Archbishop McCarthy, 4pm.
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  • JV Soccer Bounces Back with Dominant Win

    Emerson Fales
    On Wednesday, January 8 the girls JV soccer team soundly defeated the LaSalle Royal Lions, 7-0.  The team played their best game of the season passing the ball well, spreading out to use space and making their opponents chase them.  Ellie Dyke '21 opened the scoring off a feed from Lily Kaplan '22 with a well hit shot from just inside the 18 yard box.  Kaplan '22 scored one of her own next with a high shot when the ball popped free from a scramble 20+ yards from goal.  These two tallies provided the Raiders with a 2-0 lead at halftime.

    Playing well and controlling possesion so that the game was played mostly in the LaSalle half raised the team's confidence and it showed in the second half.  The team continued to use the wide midfielders (Emma Granite '23, Barbie Hyland '23, Sophie Iacovelli '20)  to good effect.  Ellie Dyke '21 scored her second goal off a nice feed from Hyland '23.  The next goal was created by Daniela Pineros '21 using her signature move of stepping in front of an opposing forward, then dribbling and distributing to begin an offensive thrust.  She passed the ball to Bri Suarez '20 who hit a great shot in the upper right corner for a 4-0 lead.  In a near replay, Suarez scored again with another unsaveable strike after a give and go with Loriz Arrencibia '23.  After a LaSalle own goal, Arrencibia '23 finished the scoring on a break away for 7-0 score line.  This great win came from a comprehensive performance all over the field and playing as a team.

    This was a much needed win after the previous day's loss.  The next game for the JV girls soccer team is Monday, January 13, 4pm at home against Westminster Christian School.
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Team Schedule

Away
vs
Immaculata-LaSalle High School
Win 3-0
Immaculata-LaSalle High School
Away
vs
Westminster Christian School
Loss 0-8
Westminster Christian School
Home
vs
Gulliver Preparatory School
Loss 1-2
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Home
vs
Downtown Doral Charter Upper School
Win 8-0
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Home
vs
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart
Loss 0-3
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Away
vs
Gulliver Preparatory School
Tie 0-0
Gulliver Preparatory School
Home
vs
Key West High School
Loss 0-6
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Home
League
vs
Immaculata-LaSalle High School
Win 7-0
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Home
vs
Westminster Christian School
Loss 2-7
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field
Away
Rescheduled
League
vs
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
Loss 0-8
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
Away
League
vs
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
Loss 0-8
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
Home
vs
True North Classical Academy
Loss 1-9
Playing Fields - Robert E. Walker Field

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Team Stats

Overall Statistics
W L T %
3 7 1 31.8
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Date Opponent Time Result Location
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Immaculata-LaSalle High School
@
Westminster Christian School
vs
Gulliver Preparatory School
vs
Downtown Doral Charter Upper School
vs
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart
@
Gulliver Preparatory School
vs
Key West High School
vs
Immaculata-LaSalle High School
vs
Westminster Christian School
@
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
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Name
Position
Graduating Year
Height
Weight
Home Town
2023
Palmetto Bay, FL
2021
Coral Gables, FL
2023
Miami Beach, FL
2021
Miami Beach, FL
2021
Coral Gables, FL
2021
Coral Gables, FL
2023
Pinecrest, FL
2020
Coral Gables, FL
2023
Key Biscayne, FL
2020
Miami Beach, FL
2022
Miami Beach, FL
2022
Coconut Grove, FL
2021
Key Biscayne, FL
2021
Key Biscayne, FL
2020
Coral Gables, FL
2020
Miami, FL
2022
Coconut Grove, FL
2022
Coral Gables, FL
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Middle School2045 South Bayshore DriveTel: 305-250-6850
Upper School3575 Main HighwayTel: 305-460-8800
Founded in 1903, Ransom Everglades School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 - 12 located on two campuses in Coconut Grove, Florida. Ransom Everglades School produces graduates who "believe that they are in the world not so much for what they can get out of it as for what they can put into it." The mission of Ransom Everglades School is to provide an educational environment in which the pursuit of honor, academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by concern for the physical, cultural and character development of each student. The school provides rigorous college preparation that promotes the student's sense of identity, community, personal integrity and values for a productive and satisfying life, and prepares the student to lead and to contribute to society.