Warrior soccer continues winning ways with Viking Cup


Caroline Long

Coach Anania helps the team fight through their final game by giving a pep talk before the game starts. The NC Warriors persevered through the championship game, ending in a win.

Caroline Long, Reporter, photographer

NC varsity boys soccer team traveled to First Presbyterian Day School and won the Viking Cup on February 27 and 28, featuring several teams from Georgia. Although the three games NC played offered a challenge, the team fought hard en route to victory.

Friday night, the boys played against Central Fellowship Christian Academy, ending in a 1-0 win for NC. Saturday afternoon, NC defeated Savannah Arts Academy 4-2. Saturday night, NC went head to head in the cup final against the tough Putnam County High School War Eagles, winning 3-1 and rewarding us with the Viking Cup.

“I felt very proud of my team for coming together to pull off a comeback win in the final and too finish off the tournament with such a strong statement. Overall it was a great show of our school and a great tournament,” sophomore Jayden Bourne said

NC worked as a team with great chemistry and resilience to earn this victory.

“It felt great because we worked really hard as a team to get there,” senior Ethan Williamson said.