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“What I tell these girls all the time is they have to be them,” Shipman said. “Our attack has gotten better all year, we’re able to play strong defense and when you get three goals in a playoff game, I’ll take that every day.” more
“We really picked ourselves up and encouraged each other today,” said Katie Fitzpatrick. “There was a lot of positive communication and today was kind of a light switch for us.” more
“Before we went on the floor, we talked about how everyone here would remember this day for the rest of their lives,” said UIW head coach Jeff Doe. “Having this experience, you’re never going to forget this, and obviously, what a memorable game it was.” more
“It’s been an absolute blessing being here,” Loftin said. “I can’t think of a better place, that’s why I stayed so long. It’s just been an awesome place, the people, the support, it’s been fabulous.” more
“The players were a little nervous coming out with the number of people that were here, and that had them a bit stiff at first,” Loftin said. “That’s a big win for us, we beat them last time 1-0 and it was close but tonight we took care of business. I’m just proud of them. more
“We did everything we could today, and it meant a lot to even be here,” said senior Summer Halphen. “I’ve been dreaming of this my whole life. I’m sad we didn’t get further, but it just means to much to me to be able to experience this.” more
“When we tipped off in November, I had no idea what this team would become,” Ray said. “We had four back, one starter and eight new ones. You couldn’t have told me, couldn’t have predicted it, I would have never believed it. I’m just so proud of them.” more
"It means everything," Spurlock said. When kids set goals, it’s our job as coaches to make sure they reach their goals. It’s for the representation of every player who has put on the uniform here at Seven Lakes. I’m excited to get back to the regional tournament, and if not us, who?” more
Both Katy and Cinco Ranch fell in the bi-district rounds to end their seasons. more
“It means everything to get this win,” said senior forward Summer Halphen. “It’s really a proud moment for us, we worked so hard for this and we wanted it so badly. This is really what we were trying to do.” more
“It was really big,” said Seven Lakes senior guard Cailyn Tucker. “We came in and we wanted our revenge, but we knew we couldn’t push too hard. But we wanted to come back and show them that we were better than the first time we played them." more
“It was such a huge win for us,” Adeleye said. “The past two years we’ve gone undefeated in district and won district and I was part of those teams. I want to be a district champion again, to have that feeling.” more
“The team has really helped me a lot,” Spencer said. “It’s not just me at all. The whole team pushes me to do my best and I push all of them as well. It’s really them that has gotten me to this point.” more
“Coach Ray told us that we had good energy to start and Morton just played well,” Spencer said. “They came out angry but we came out ready to fight. We wanted this one, we want the next one too." more
Morton Ranch High School will host the first Girls and Women in Sports Conference on Saturday, Feb. 12. more
“I feel like this is the absolute best time to start peaking,” Williams said. “It will help at the end of the district season and help us get a chance to win district and do well in the playoffs.” more
“It’s definitely nice to win,” said Peri Olmo, a sophomore forward. “It feels good and gives the team a lot of confidence, especially the incoming freshman, you can see how it’s just helped them settle in on the team and it’s just given all of us a lot of confidence.” more
Justice Carlton has taken a step forward in her sophomore year. The Seven Lakes forward has grown her game in her second year of varsity play, and her growth has benefited the … more
Haydan Erck has wasted no time acclimating herself to the varsity soccer game as a sophomore. A junior varsity ‘A’ player last year, Erck has thrived at the highest level in high school. more
Barbara Olivieri is no longer walking through the doors of the Tompkins girls soccer locker room. The Falcons’ career leader in assists and No. 2 in goals scored was the 2020 SEC Freshman of the Year at Texas A&M. Nor is Skylar Parker, the Falcons’ career leader in goals and points, still donning the crimson and navy blue. more
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