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Varsity Boys Soccer

Schedule

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V Boys Soccer Tryouts Begin
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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V Boys Soccer Tryouts Begin
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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V Boys Soccer Tryouts Begin
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
vs.
Coastal Christian High School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 0-4
All Day
vs.
Carolina Day School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 4-1
vs.
Ravenscroft School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 1-4
vs.
Village Christian Academy
Village Christian Academy
Win 2-0
vs.
Fayetteville Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 9-0
vs.
Friendship Christian School
Friendship Christian School
Win 5-1
vs.
Trinity Academy of Raleigh
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
<None Specified> 0-
CANCELLED
vs.
Grace Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 2-3
vs.
Arendell Parrott Academy
Arendell Parrott Academy
Win 5-1
vs.
Arendell Parrott Academy
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 3-1
vs.
Caldwell Academy
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 1-0
vs.
Coastal Christian High School
Coastal Christian High School
Loss 0-1

Roster

  • Robert Ashe
    2019
  • Reid Barber
    2019
  • Owen Barr
    2021
  • Alejandro Barroso
    2022
  • Harrison Bowman
    2020
  • Jacob Breckenridge
    2019
  • Julian Cave
    2019
  • Louis Dunn
    2020
  • Michael Hagerty
    2022
  • Andrew Hoffman
    2020
  • Owen Hoffman
    2022
  • Yuelong Huang
    2020
  • William Kimbrough
    2021
  • Hoyt Lewis
    2020
  • Calvin Madden
    2021
  • Henry Madden
    2022
  • Parker McConnell
    2020
  • Jacob Robbins
    2020
  • William Sheehan
    2019
  • Alexander Weaver
    2022
  • Owen Williams
    2019

Coaches

Team Stories

The varsity boys soccer season is over after a 1-0 loss to Coastal Christian Saturday afternoon in Wilmington. The 8thseeded Warriors finish with a 9-7 record while top-seeded Coastal moves on to the state semi-finals.  “We played really well and gave it our best,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We’ve had a great season and I’m proud of them.”

The Warriors varsity soccer team battled Cary Christian to double overtime before falling, 4-3, Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s (8-8) took a 3-1 halftime lead on goals from Miller Ashe, William Sheehan and Andrew Hoffman, but couldn’t hold off the Knights in the second half. “We made some mistakes and paid for them,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We played a great first half and made progress despite the loss.” The Warriors are back in action Tuesday at Grace Christian.

The varsity boys soccer team picked up a 5-1 victory at Parrott Academy Tuesday. Miller Ashe scored three goals, while Matthew Kimbrough and Alex Weaver had one each. “We played very well and followed our game plan,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 8-6. “We played as a team and moved the ball around which created scoring chances.” Andrew Hoffman had three assists and William Sheehan had two. The Warriors host Cary Christian Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex.

The varsity soccer team picked up a pair of victories to wrap up the week, 9-0 vs. Fayetteville Christian Thursday at home and 5-1 at Friendship Christian Friday. Senior Miller Ashe scored four goals in each game, while Andrew Hoffman totaled two goals and three assists. Alex Weaver, Owen Hoffman, Hank Madden and Harrison Bowman each scored once. “We had two good back-to-back games,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 5-3. We connected on our passes and played with high intensity.” William Sheehan and Andrew Hoffman each had three assists, while Hank Madden and Matthew Kimbrough had two. Ashe, Bowman and Jacob Robbins each had one. The Warriors are back in action Friday at home against Trinity Academy of Raleigh.

The varsity soccer team evened its record at 3-3 with a 2-0 victory over Village Christian Academy Tuesday in Fayetteville. Seniors Miller Ashe and William Sheehan scored and each assisted on the other’s goal. “We didn’t play our best, but I’ll take the win,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We’ll keep working in practice to keep getting better.” The Warriors host Fayetteville Christian September 6that the Satellite Athletic Complex.

The St. David’s varsity soccer team stormed back from a two-goal deficit to earn a 4-3 victory at Cary Academy Tuesday. The Warriors trailed 3-1 with 13 minutes left, but Miller Ashe found the net twice and William Sheehan scored once for the victory. “We played extremely well in the second half,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 2-2. “We forced them to give the ball way and turned the extra opportunities into goals. Our guys gave great effort and I’m proud of their commitment to come from behind.” Ashe added a pair of assists and Jacob Robbins assisted on Ashe's winning goal.