Boys soccer ends strong with a win on home turf

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Boys soccer ends strong with a win on home turf

While playing striker, sophomore Leo McBride leaps into the air and beats his opponent to the ball as he heads it away from pressure.

While playing striker, sophomore Leo McBride leaps into the air and beats his opponent to the ball as he heads it away from pressure.

While playing striker, sophomore Leo McBride leaps into the air and beats his opponent to the ball as he heads it away from pressure.

While playing striker, sophomore Leo McBride leaps into the air and beats his opponent to the ball as he heads it away from pressure.

Avery Adams, Staff Writer

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  • While playing striker, sophomore Leo McBride leaps into the air and beats his opponent to the ball as he heads it away from pressure.

  • Carlmont's defensive line works together to cover each other's weak sides as they steal the ball from an opponent. "We think as a unit and play as a unit. When we are on the field, we don't think about our personal success, we think about the team's success," said McBride.

  • Matthew Matias, a freshman, dribbles past an opposing defender to get a shot off and score. "I gave them the same message I always give them: If you want it bad enough, you'll get it. And they did," said Head Coach Will Stambaugh.

  • As he sprints down the sideline, sophomore Diego Rodriguez turns his body to cross the ball to his teammate, resulting in a goal to take the lead.

  • Freshman Emanuel Echaverry pushes off his opponent and dribbles into open space as he contributes to Carlmont's offense.

  • Rodriguez pushes his way out of a collision as he escapes with the ball in is possession. "I always expect the most from them. My job is to teach them how to expect more from themselves. It's never enough until you can do the most that you can do. Sometimes that equates to not being the best at something, it's the best that you can do," said Stambaugh.

  • After a physical battle for the ball, a foul is called against McBride.

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