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  • Jonathan Anders
    2024
    New Hill, NC
  • Leonard Brooks
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Samuel Crosby
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Michael Hagerty
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Owen Hoffman
    2022
  • Clay Lewis
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Henry Madden
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Laurence Maddison
    2024
  • Philip Merriman
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Jackson Moore
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Andres Retana
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Tomas Retana
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Thomas Seck
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Mitchell Walston
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Alexander Weaver
    2022
  • Samuel Williams
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Johnston Wilson
    2024
  • Scott York
    2022
    Raleigh, NC

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Team Stories

MS Soccer Season Ends

The middle school boys soccer season is over after a 4-3 loss to Trinity of Raleigh in the conference tournament Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors led 2-0 at the half on goals from Jackson Moore and Alex Weaver. Trinity took the lead with four goals in the second half, but the Warriors countered with Weaver’s goal from Clay Lewis. “We had two shots right on target in the last minute, but they didn’t go in,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We hustled to the final whistle and improved a ton from the start of the season.” St. David’s finished 5-6-1.

Golden Goal Tames Chargers

The middle school soccer Warriors wiped out a 4-2 halftime deficit with a furious second half rally to defeat Cary Academy 5-4 in overtime Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex.  Sam Crosby scored the golden goal on a pass from Alex Weaver with three minutes left in the extra session to cap the comeback. “I told them at halftime that we could win if they wanted to badly enough,” said coach Nate Antiel. “I was confident in our ability, but not happy with our effort in the first half. We started communicating better and we moved the ball from side to side instead of always up the middle. You can control possession and create scoring chances when you spread out and force the defense to cover more space. “ Hank Madden and Howard Brooks scored for SDS in the first half and Weaver had an assist. He scored the third goal on a pass from McCabe Hagerty. Jackson Moore scored the tying goal on a free kick with under four minutes left in regulation. St. David’s is 3-3-1 in conference play, 5-3-1 overall and host Magellan Thursday.

Warriors Tie Knights

The middle school soccer Warriors traded goals with Cary Christian the entire game before the Knights scored with under two minutes left to salvage a 3-3 tie at home. Alex Weaver put the Warriors on the board in the first half on a pass from Howard Brooks for a 1-1 tie. Clay Matthews scored on a Hank Madden pass to tie 2-2 with seven minutes left. Weaver scored again on a Sam Crosby pass to put SDS on top 3-2 with three minutes to play, but an inadvertent handball set up a penalty shot that Cary Christian converted to set the final score. “We had a tough loss our last time out and this was a great way to bounce back,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We controlled possession, especially in the second half, but we had several scoring opportunities that we needed to take advantage of.” The Warriors are 4-31 overall and 2-3-1 in conference play and travel to Wake Christian Thursday.

Varsity Soccer Wins, MS Plays Shorthanded

The varsity soccer Warriors won their second EPIC match this week with a 4-0 shutout of Grace Christian Thursday at the Field of Dreams. Miller Ashe scored three goals and assisted on William Sheehan’s goal to lead SDS. Owen Barr, Harrison Bowman and Lucas Trujillo also contributed assists. “We bounced back from a rough first half and made a few corrections,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We were more disciplined and played together as a team in the second half.” St. David’s is 6-4 overall and 4-2 in the EPIC. The middle school soccer team lost 8-1 to St. Timothy’s at Wake Med Soccer Park Thursday. It was a 1-1 game at halftime, but the Titans dominated the second half for the win. St. David’s had won three straight, but were competing with 13 players because of injuries. “It’s tough to play with only two subs,” said coach Nate Antiel. “The field was huge and it was hard for us to cover it.” Alex Weaver scored the Warriors goal on an assist from Hank Madden.

Soccer Warriors Tame Tigers Once

The Warriors soccer teams split two matches with Trinity of Raleigh Thursday. The middle school team won on the road 5-2, while the varsity lost 4-2 at the Field of Dreams. The varsity match was back and forth in the first half as St. David’s led 1-0 and 2-1 before the Tigers tied it just before halftime. Miller Ashe and Harrison Bowman scored for the Warriors. “They made the best of their chances in the second half and it cost us two goals and the game,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We had our chances, but couldn’t score.” The middle schoolers won their third straight match after jumping out to a 4-1 half time lead. Alex Weaver and Sam Crosby scored two goals each while Tomas Retana had one. Weaver, Hank Madden and Reid Seck had assists as the Warriors are 4-2 overall and 2-2 CAMSC action. “We finally had success on a corner kick,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We’ve had several almost go it, but Sam’s found the net. We hit the post three times late in the first half, then got out played in the second half. Our shots are improving and will learn from the second half.