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Prairie Seeds Academy Game Date: 9-21
1 goal from Emma, number 12, Freshman
1 goal from Kiki, number 4, Freshman
3 goals from Ana, number 9, Junior
1 goal from Talia, number 21, Junior
The Teddies had a fun game on Wednesday. They won 6-0 and are having a lot of fun together as a team.
"I love our team so much! They are so supportive, loyal, strong, caring, and aggressive." says player Emma Horstman after being asked what she likes most about the team.
Today was a good day to play soccer. Tonight, Roosevelt’s varsity boys were up against Hmong Academy.
The first goal was scored two minutes in the game by Josep Oriol, the exchange student.
One minute later, Moo So scored a goal for Hmong Academy.
At some points, the game got quite interesting, where the ball kept switching sides so quickly that my eyes couldn’t follow every kick and every pass.
So scored another goal about fifteen minutes later in the first half, but Oriol came back and scored his second goal with less than two minutes left on the clock.
In the second half, it was mainly Roosevelt that had the ball. Fifteen minutes in, Oriol scored his third goal, and the crowd went wild at that very moment.
That was the only goal scored in the second half, ending the game 3-2. The varsity boys did very well tonight, and had some impressive passes.
I got to speak to Oriol after the match, and he seemed very happy to have gotten three goals in one game.
Stay tuned for more sports reviews! Go Teddies!
It was a cold and rainy Thursday night, the smell of popcorn wafting in the gymnasium. Excitement of the first home game was in the atmosphere. The volleyball girls were ready to play.
C-Squad lost both sets, the first 25-9, the second 25-23.
JV did slightly better, losing the first set 25-15, but winning the second set 25-17. They lost the third set 15-8.
Varsity still did great. All of the girls worked hard to win, and it paid off. They won all three sets, 25-19, 25-22, and 25-15. Although Henry was a vociferous team, the girls still muted their chants and won their games.
The Teddies had a great game on Thursday. Although they lost, they are ready to work to be the best they can be. Keep it up, girls!
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