Great start to boys Frosh-Soph soccer season


Scots celebrate after a win to start off their season.

Ariana Crame, Staff Writer

The Frosh-Soph boys soccer team won their first scrimmage five to zero.

The Scots only goal in the first half came off a great header by Spencer Stewart.

In the second half Max Lieberman, Max Storozhenko, Dro Avetian, and Brent Jang each scored a goal to complete the shutout against Mills.

Lieberman, a sophomore who plays outside midfield, was on the team last year and he said that he is looking forward to, “Working together with the team and being able to play a lot of soccer.”

The Frosh-Soph team had over 60 players try out this year and more than half had to get cut in order to make the raster. Freshman Brett Fitzpatrick, who plays left wing and sometimes defense, was excited to be on the team. He said that he was looking forward to “playing with all my friends, and being on my first high school team. It  is really fun and exciting.”

When asked how good the chemistry with the team is so far Lieberman said, “We just started so we were not that bad. We had a shaky start but as the game went on we relaxed. We definitely have some work to be done but overall we were not bad.”

Sophomore Jacob Segal, who plays goalie, also said that the team had a shaky start and that they could have played better but “thought that their first game was a success.”

From the result of the Scots first scrimmage last night it looks like they have a great season ahead of them.

The Frosh-Soph team came in third place last year. According to Lieberman,  “We are working for a championship this year. We have some unfinished business.”