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Varsity Boys Soccer

Schedule

vs.
Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Win 2-0
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Soccer Field
Win 5-1
vs.
Trinity Academy of Raleigh
Trinity Academy Of Raleigh
Loss 0-2
vs.
Concord First Assembly Academy
Concord First Assembly Academy
Loss 3-6

Roster

  • Robert Ashe
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Reid Barber
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Owen Barr
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Harrison Bowman
    2020
    Morrisville, NC
  • Jacob Breckenridge
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Joshua Burgess
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Julian Cave
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Louis Dunn
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Joe Exum
    2019
    Cary, NC
  • Jackson Ferrell
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Andrew Hoffman
    2020
  • Yuelong Huang
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • William Kimbrough
    2021
    Cary, NC
  • Christopher Kuley
    2018
    Garner, NC
  • Hoyt Lewis
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Calvin Madden
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Parker McConnell
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Maxwell Michaud
    2018
    Wake Forest, NC
  • Jacob Robbins
    2020
    Wake Forest, NC
  • William Sheehan
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Lucas Trujillo
    2018
  • Owen Williams
    2019
    Raleigh, NC

Coaches

Team Stories

The varsity soccer Warriors ended their season with a 6-3 loss at First Assembly Academy in Concord Tuesday. The game was tied 2-2 at the half, before First Assembly took control in the second half. “They were a very strong opponent,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team finished 8-8-1. “Getting to the state tournament was a good accomplishment. It was hard to replace ten starters who played together four years. This group has great potential, but they are young. Their goal is to get stronger and continue to work on understanding the game.” Miller Ashe, Owen Barr and Max Michaud scored for the Warriors. Lucas Trujillo added a pair of assists.

The varsity boys soccer Warriors ended the regular season with a 1-0 victory at Grace Christian Monday. After a scoreless first half, Miller Ashe scored on a pass from William Sheehan. St. David’s is 9-7-1 overall and 7-4-1 in the EPIC. “We found our combinations and balance in the second half and were lucky to capitalize,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We will keep practicing while we wait for the seeding committee meeting (Sunday) to see if we make the state tournament.”

The varsity soccer Warriors lost 4-1 to Wake Christian Thursday at the Field of Dreams. Seniors Max Michaud, Chris Kuley and Lucas Trujillo made their final regular season home appearance. “We took the lead early, but couldn’t hold it against a good team,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose Warriors are 8-7-1 with one match left in the regular season. “My seniors left it all on the field and I’m proud of them for never giving up.” St. David’s travels to Grace Christian Tuesday. 

The varsity soccer Warriors defeated the Trinity School of Durham-Chapel Hill, 5-1, Thursday at the Field of Dreams. Miller Ashe scored a pair of goals and added an assist. William Sheehan scored once and notched three assists. Lucas Tujillio had a goal and an assist, while Hoyt Lewis scored once. “We had excellent offensive combinations,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We moved the ball around and played well.” St. David’s is 6-3-1 in EPIC play, 8-5-1 overall. They have three matches before the state tournament.

The middle school soccer Warriors couldn’t overcome an early 2-0 deficit and lost, 3-2 to Magellan Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s (5-4-1, 3-4-1) trailed 3-0, then scored twice in the final three minutes to make it interesting. “It was an exciting finish, but we playing from behind the entire game,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We did a better job of using space and stepping to the ball than we have in the last few games. “ Alex Weaver scored both Warriors goals, the first off a long ball on a free kick by Owen Williams and off a through ball from Hank Madden a minute later. St. David’s ends the regular season Monday at Wake Christian and will find out their tournament seed on Wednesday.

The varsity soccer Warriors needed both extra ten minute periods to salvage a 1-1 tie with Cary Christian Monday in EPIC play at the Field of Dreams. Neither team scored during the 80 minutes of regulation play. The Knights got on the board early in the first extra period and held the advantage until the final 1:40 when Miller Ashe banged home the tying goal on a pass from William Sheehan. “We were resilient and kept trying to execute our offense,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose Warriors are 7-5-1 overall and 5-3-1 in the conference. “Our keeper (Owen Williams) was outstanding. He saved at least eight goals today. We missed several chances, but so did they. We got the one at the end to pull out the tie.” 

The varsity soccer Warriors won at Carolina Friends in Durham, 2-0 Thursday. Miller Ashe and Andrew Huffman scored the goals and Hoyt Lewis had an assist. The win raised St. David’s record to -3 in the EPIC and 7-5 overall. SDS hosts Cary Christian Monday.

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.

The Warriors varsity volleyball and soccer teams produced mixed results from their trip to Cary Christian Tuesday. The soccer team won, 4-1, behind three goals from Miller Ashe and another from William Sheehan. St. David’s is now 2-3 in EPIC play and 5-4 overall. “We played excellent team defense and took advantage of the offensive chances we created,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “I’m very happy with the way we played against a tough opponent.” Max Michaud had two assists, while Lucas Trujillo had one.  The volleyball team won the first set 27-25, then dropped the final three 25-13, 25-10 and 25-13 to the Knights. The loss snapped the Warriors three match winning streak. “We did a great job executing our game plan in the first set,” said coach Romel Lightbourn. “Then we got complacent and started to play individually, while Cary Christian stayed composed, played great defense and let us make all the mistakes.” SDS is 8-6 overall and 3-2. The soccer and volleyball Warriors host Grace Christian Thursday as conference play continues.

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.  

The Warriors picked up a conference road victory with a 2-0 decision at Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill Tuesday. Miller Ashe and William Sheehan scored the goals on assists from Harrison Bowman and Owen Barr. “We played much better,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 4-3 overall and 2-1 in EPIC play. “Our passing was crisp and everyone had the opportunity to play. It was a good day.” St. David’s continues conference play Thursday at home against Trinity of Raleigh.

The Warriors varsity tennis, soccer and volleyball teams had a successful Tuesday at home against Carolina Friends of Durham. The tennis team routed the Quakers 9-0 in a match that included two forfeits. Beatrice Holding, Gracie Crowder and Grace Haile won their singles matches 6-0, 6-0, while Alice Holding and Brinkley Thompson won 6-1, 6-0. Louisa Holding and Catherine Yancey won 8-2 and Madison Welsh/Rose Mary Anders prevailed 8-3 in doubles. The 8-1 Warriors host Parrott Thursday. The soccer Warriors won 5-0 behind five goals from junior Miller Ashe and a pair of assists from Harrison Bowman. “We played very well,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “I saw improved passing and communication today.” St. David’s is 3-2 and plays at Ravenscroft Thursday. The St. David’s volleyball team defeated Carolina Friends 25-19, 24-26, 25-20 and 25-16 for a 3-1 victory. “We’ve shown steady improvement in our last two matches with NRCA and Ravenscroft and it showed today,” said coach Romel Lightbourn. “The girls are buying into our defensive strategy and are playing every ball like it’s the last one. That’s what it takes to win.” The Warriors host Harrells Christian Academy Thursday.

The Warriors had mixed results in the Farouk Bseiso Memorial Tournament held over the weekend at the Field of Dreams. The six-team invitational is played annually in memory of the former St. David’s standout, who led his team to state titles in 2006 and 07. Friday, junior Miller Ashe scored the only goal on an assist from Andrew Huffman for a 1-0 victory over Parrott Academy. Saturday, perennial 2A power Fayetteville Academy defeated SDS, 11-1.  Ashe scored the Warriors goal on a penalty kick in the first half.  “They were bigger and stronger, but I saw some things I liked,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We have to keep working on communicating on the field and moving the ball faster. Owen Williams had some big saves in goal on Friday. It always helps us to play good competition early in the season.” St. David’s returns to EPIC play Tuesday at home against Carolina Friends.

The varsity boys soccer team opened their season with a 5-1 EPIC loss to The O'Neal School of Southern Pines Thursday at the Field of Dreams. The Falcons returned the bulk of a team that lost three games last season, all to the Warriors. They tried to set a physical tone early and earned the first of several yellow cards within the first two minutes. O'Neal led 1-0 when lightning stopped play for 40 minutes. They added another goal after play resumed for a 2-0 halftime lead and tacked on three more in the second half. Miller Ashe scored for the Warriors on a penalty shot. "They were older, faster and stronger and that played a huge part in the final score," said coach Jose Cornejo. "We are talented, but very young and need to make quicker decisions, communicate better and play with more intensity. William Sheehan, Max Michaud and Chris Kuley were standouts on defense and Owen Williams made some excellent saves in goal." The Warriors host Cary Christian Tuesday.

 

 

 

The Warriors boys soccer team was primed to open the regular season Tuesday at home against Friendship Christian of Raleigh. Both teams showed up ready to play, but the officials didn’t, so the match turned into a scrimmage. St. David’s prevailed, 5-1 as junior Miller Ashe scored the first three goals and the last one. Owen Barr also found the net.  “We are young team with only two seniors,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “It was good for the players to experience game conditions even if it didn’t count. I saw some good combinations and ball movement. It was a good warm-up game for O’Neal.” The Warriors open EPIC play against the Falcons Thursday at the Field of Dreams. O'Neal returns the bulk of their squad who lost only three times last year, all to the Warriors, including their final defeat in the state tournament.