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  • Sarah Ashley Armes
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Chesson Becker
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Avery Bowman
    2022
    Morrisville, NC
  • Mae Cline
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Anne George
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Madison George
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Sibley Hash
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Mary Elizabeth Hauser
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Chloe Jalkut
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Blair Johnson
    2024
  • Eirena Klemes
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Avery Lloyd
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Holden McLennan
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Jane Sandridge
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Sarah Stagner
    2024
  • Sarah Vann
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Elizabeth Wiley
    2022
    Raleigh, NC

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Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The middle school girls soccer season is over after a 5-3 loss to Trinity of Raleigh in the CAMSC tournament Friday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s fought back from a 3-0 halftime deficit, but never led. “We had 10 really good shots in the second half and didn’t make enough of them,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We improved a lot over the course of the season and it was a fun group to coach.” Mae Cline, Sarah Grimes and Eirena Klemes scored for the Warriors, who ended the season 2-11.

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Steve Barnes

The middle school girls soccer team played their best game in recent weeks, but lost to Magellan Charter, 3-1 Monday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors gave up three early goals, then settled down and played better the rest of the way. “We outscored them and outplayed them in the second half,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We dug ourselves an early hole that we couldn’t climb out of, but we played to our potential in the second half.” Sibley Hash scored the Warriors goal late in the game.

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The middle school girls soccer Warriors earned a 6-4 victory at Trinity Academy in North Raleigh Thursday. St. David’s trailed 2-0 early in the match, but came back for a 3-2 halftime lead. Trinity answered with two goals early in the second half for a 4-3 advantage before SDS rallied for the win. “It was fun to watch us keep competing,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We attacked space well, moved the ball nicely and put our shots on target. The girls are doing a good job of translating what we do in practice into games.” Jane Sandridge scored three goals to lead the Warriors. Eirena Klemes scored twice and Mae Cline found the net once. Sibley Hash assisted on her goal. 

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The middle school girls soccer team held Friendship Christian scoreless in the first half before dropping a 3-0 decision Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Falcons broke through early in the second half before added two more late goals. “We played a great first half, then went to a more offensive based formation in the second half to try to score,” said coach Nate Antiel. “It didn’t work out on the scoreboard, but we still gave great effort, made better passes and played smarter.”  

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The middle school girls soccer team couldn’t overcome a slow first half and lost, 4-1, at Grace Christian Thursday. The Warriors trailed 3-0 at halftime, then made it an even contest in the second half.  “We were timid on the back line in the first half,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We were much more aggressive in the second half and it showed. We had several scoring chances and played better defense.” Eirena Klemes scored the Warriors goal in the 45th minute. 

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