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Warriors Host Tourney
Steve Barnes

The varsity soccer Warriors open the home season this weekend as hosts of the Farouk Bseiso Memorial Invitational Tournament. The annual event is played in honor of the former St. David’s standout who played at N.C. St. and passed away four years ago while playing professional soccer overseas. Bseiso led the Warriors to the state title in 2006 and 2007 before starting his collegiate career with the Wolfpack. “I still think of him almost every day,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “He was a wonderful person from a great family and I’m proud that we honor his memory with this tournament.” Eight teams will play Friday evening and Saturday morning. The field features last year’s 2A state champion Fayetteville Academy and the team they defeated for the title, Coastal Christian of Wilmington. St. David’s plays Coastal at 6 p.m. Friday and Carolina Day School (Asheville) at 11:30 Saturday. Cary Christian, Grace Christian, Parrott Academy and Village Christian (Fayetteville) round out the field.   “It’s good competition every year,” said Cornejo. “It helps all the teams to play a strong opponent early. Admission is $5 daily for adults and $2 for students. Children under 12 are free. Here’s the complete schedule:

 

Friday August 17th           

4:00 Main Field:         Cary Christian School vs Village Christian

4:00 Practice Field:                Grace Christian vs   Fayetteville Academy    

6:00 Main Field:         St David’s School vs Coastal Christian

6:00 Practice Field:    Carolina Day vs Arendell Parrott         

 

Saturday August 18th

9:30 Main Field:          Fayetteville Academy vs Cary Christian School

9:30 Practice field:     Coastal Christian vs Grace Christian         

11:30 Main Field:         St David’s vs Carolina Day        

11:30 Practice Field:   Arendell Parrott vs Village Christian

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Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer season is over after a 3-0 loss to Rocky Mount Academy in the first round of the state tournament Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors (8-11) had scoring chances in the first half, but couldn’t take advantage and trailed 1-0 at halftime. “We controlled the first half,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “We couldn’t score and they took advantage in the second half. It’s a tough way to end the season, but they are a good team. I appreciate my seniors’ effort.”

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Varsity Soccer Tops Trinity
Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team started a three- game week with a 3-1 EPIC victory over Trinity of Durham-Chapel Monday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Emily Alock’s penalty kick gave the Warriors a 1-0 halftime lead. Kyra Klemes scored a pair of second half goals, the first on a pass from Julia Hensley and the second on a rebound from Alcock’s shot. “We passed and moved,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 8-8 and 6-4 in league play. “We are successful when we do those things.” The Warriors host Cary Christian for Senior Night Tuesday, then finish the regular season at Grace Christian Thursday.

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Steve Barnes

The varsity girls soccer team picked up a 6-1 EPIC victory Thursday at Trinity of Raleigh. Four different Warriors contributed to the scoring. Emily Alcock led the way with three goals, while Julia Hensley, Katie Conger and Ella Alford each scored once. “I’m proud of our effort,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 7-8 overall and 5-4 in conference play. “We played well together and capitalized on our scoring chances.” Conger added three assists, while Alcock and Hensley added one each. 

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The varsity girls soccer team shut out Harrells Christian Academy, 7-0, Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors (6-7) scored four times in the first ten minutes to seal the victory. “Everyone played and a lot of our girls played different positions,” said coach Jose Cornejo. “Being more versatile will help us in future games.” Katie Conger and Claire Monaco led the scoring with two goals each. Emily Alcock had a goal and an assist, while freshman Alexis Herrin scored her first varsity goal. Julia Hensley, Abigail McClatchey, Kyra Klemes, Carly Rittenmeyer and Madison Nobrega added assists. The Warriors host Asheville Christian Academy Saturday at 11 a.m.

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