Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs Carmel Christian (3)
April 14: Woodlawn vs Carmel Christian As our new field is being installed, Woodlawn hosted Carmel Christian for a “home” game at Mazeppa Park. It was a challenging game from the outset, with the ‘Blazers missing a few starters against an experienced Cougar squad. In her debut in goal, Claire Stutzman ’17 relieved goalie Alsu […]
Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs University Christian (2)
April 5: Woodlawn at University Christian Woodlawn beat SPAA conference foe University Christian 3-2 in overtime. Lexi Navarro ’17 completed a hat trick with a 25-yard free kick straight into the goal with 1-1/2 minutes remaining in the second overtime period. Her first two goals were from a shot from the corner of the 18-yard […]
Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs Carmel Christian
March 22: Woodlawn vs. Carmel Christian The Blazers played hard for the full 90 minutes, despite having only one substitute. The defensive back line of Hadley Z. ’20, Ally Ault ’16, Taylor Scott ’16, and Megan Dailey ’19 was exceptionally effective, holding Carmel Christian to only three goals. The Blazers created their most offensive chances […]
Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs Statesville Christian
March 15: Woodlawn vs. Statesville Christian Despite momentum coming out of last week’s match against Charlotte Country Day School, the Blazers couldn’t find their footing against Statesville Christian. Mid-game, they shifted to a new game plan that lent them some energy, but not enough to rally. They lost 9-0.
Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs CCD
March 8: Woodlawn vs. Charlotte Country Day School Still recovering from injuries, the Blazers showed remarkable improvement against a much larger Charlotte Country Day School team, challenging successfully throughout the full 80 minutes. Lexi Navarro ’17 scored the Blazers’ only goal on a 25-yard free kick midway through the the second half. Goalie Alsu Johnson […]
Woodlawn School Varsity G Soccer – vs Davidson Day
March 7: Woodlawn vs. Davidson Day School The first official game of the season was surprisingly physical, resulting in numerous injuries on the field in key positions. The Blazers adjusted well but, with several players sidelined, could not gain momentum and lost, 0-9.