By Matis Molina Ricard ’24
As the fall season comes to a close, the Girls Varsity Soccer team ends along with it. Currently, as of November 7th the team has a bit of an underwhelming record of 2 wins 7 losses and 3 ties but with two games remaining the team could definitely pull back a solid record.
In an interview with Maeren Hay 23’, we asked what her thoughts were on the season so far. She said that, “as a senior, playing has been very bitter sweet.” Since she will be playing her last year of soccer for the Frederick Gunn school. She also says that, “we’ve had some unfortunate losses,” but says that they have overall been playing some good soccer and are becoming a better team than they were before. When asked about which game she is most excited about, her answer was unsurprisingly to play Canterbury. Canterbury who currently hold a solid record of 10-4 are going to be a difficult team to beat this season but Maeren is confident that they can win with their current team if they have a good performance. When asked about who on the team is a key player she said that Sandra Carrasco ’24 a center mid who can also play other positions, is a player who controls the game and puts a lot of effort on the field. Mearen continues by saying that she is the “glue” to the team. Because of her position, she doesn’t score many goals, but she does play a significant part in the team’s goal-scoring build up.
The Girls Varsity Soccer team are an energetic team full of potential and positive energy and are looking forward to their remaining games against Canterbury and Kent.