The Chant

The defense worked hard to try and prevent the Hillgrove Hawks from scoring. The Lady Warriors played hard but walked off the field with a loss of 0-6. As the girls applied full effort towards Tuesday night’s game, the team stands proud of their skills and prepares to work even harder. “I thought that even though we lost, we bounced back from last game. We communicated and connected a lot more this game, but there are some things I still need to work on as an individual and that would impact the team,” sophomore striker Helena Chea said.

Hawks soared as Warriors fell

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
March 22, 2019
	NC defense worked intently to keep Mustangs out of the home goal. With quick footwork, the girls powered through the first half with a positive and determined mindset. “I’m proud of our defensive lineup, and the girls really worked hard against the Mustangs. We tried our best to defend our goal and the positive outlook is all I could ask for from the girls,” sophomore Adriana Irizarry said.

Girls’ varsity soccer fights Lupus

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
March 13, 2019
Tonight, NC’s Varsity soccer team will play against the Marietta Blue Devils at Marietta at 5:30 p.m. Right midfielder and sophomore Mayah Bourne feels nervous, as this competitive game holds high stakes for playoffs. “We beat North Paulding and they have a good reputation, so we need to beat Marietta to increase our chances for playoffs,” Bourne said.

Come support soccer

Elyssa Abbott, Reporter, Photographer
March 5, 2019
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