Fall sports wrap-up


Photo Credit: Matt Zakowski

The fall season is almost over, so how did the teams pan out?

After a fall season packed with sports, boys and girls soccer, football, and volleyball summarize their seasons.

 Boys Soccer (12-4-1) After a tough year last year and only winning five games, it seems as though their fortunes have flipped.  Junior goalkeeper Jack Lorenz said, “I think we did well this season and some young players stepped up to fill the roles when kids got injured.  I think with all the adversity we faced we did well.”  The boys soccer team more than doubled their wins from last year and won both a county and state tournament game.

Girls Soccer (15-3-1) The girls team won their league again.  Junior forward Maddy Smith said, “I think we did well, we won the league and we had a lot of fun.”  The girls team won both a county tournament game and a state tournament game to go along with their league title.  After graduating a majority of their players last year, the girls team regrouped and went on to a successful season.

Volleyball (19-11) The volleyball team also had a great season.  Sophomore Ari Berke said, “We did really well this year.  We worked hard and played well.”  The volleyball team won nineteen of their thirty games and had great leadership from upperclassmen.  Also, younger players worked hard and learned a lot to prepare for next year.

 Football (5-4) The football team rallied off a few wins to end the regular season and make it to the playoffs.  After not making the playoffs last year, this was a goal for their season.  Now that they’re in the playoffs, they look to win at Waldwick this Friday night. Junior and multi-position player Connor Browne said, “It has been a good season and we fought really hard.”


Overall, these four teams had great seasons and every team had above a .500 win percentage.