Tag Archive | "soccer"

MULTIMEDIA: Turf deterioration concerns athletic community

Sam Bernstein staff writer Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor With concern coming from both staff and athletes, the turf on the Nickoll Field has been a subject of major discourse lately. The turf is over eight years old, and it has been up for debate with the Board of Education. While some say that the turf […]

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Boys soccer falls to Hawthorne, looks ahead to Santa Monica

Jason Harward, graphics editor Boys varsity soccer came up short 2-1 in an intense home defeat at the hands of Hawthorne on Wednesday, Feb. 3. The loss makes their record 0-7, but coach Rick Minars doesn’t see the performance as a total negative, as he was impressed by improved teamwork and fluidity on offense which […]

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Ranking system pushes soccer in new direction

Guy Ginsberg, sports editor A new ranking system is being implemented in the boys soccer program by new boys varsity head coach Ryan Franks. In the new system, players on all three teams are being evaluated through a competitive system designed to increase their accountability and effort. Franks adopted this system, called the “Competitive Cauldron,” from […]

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Lawndale defeats girls varsity soccer

Marguerite Alberts, spotlight editor Despite their defensive play, girls varsity soccer lost to Lawndale on Jan. 8, 4-0. Senior Arielle Harris, captain of the team, expressed feelings of frustration after the game. “I know we could have played much better than we did,” Harris said. “I think we became discouraged after Lawndale [first] scored and […]

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Boys soccer ties against Division II champions

Jessica Lu, spotlight editor The boys varsity soccer team tied 0-0 with Warren High School in a preseason home game on Friday, Dec. 13. Goalkeeper Milton Joyner’s six saves kept the score even, leaving the Normans with a record of 2-3-1 in their preseason. Coach Steve Rappaport believes that Beverly, a Division IV team, played […]

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Varsity girls soccer lose winning streak on Dec. 4

Taylor Weiss, cub writer Two minutes left in the game. The Santa Clarita Canyon Cowboys are in control of the neon orange soccer ball. They draw closer to the goal, keeping the ball in their possession. They shoot and score, leaving the Norman goalie in the dust. The Beverly girls varsity soccer team lost 5-0 […]

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Boys’ JV soccer falls short of championship mark

Arman Zadeh, staff writer After a very successful season on the field, the boys’ JV soccer team faced defeat in the Ocean League championship game against Culver City. The team finished the season with the second seed and a record of 7-3 in league. After a slow start defensively, Beverly found itself down 2-0 at […]

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Girls’ frosh/soph soccer loses scrimmage, but looks on bright side

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer On the upper field, the girls Frosh/Soph soccer team lost a scrimmage they hosted against El Segundo. The final score was 4-0, El Segundo. This season the team has four players who are out and one player that is still playing despite an injury. “They affect the team in practices and […]

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Girls’ JV soccer scoreless against Lawndale

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief With only three minutes left to the first half of the game, girls’ JV soccer player Carmen Garrido made her way across the field to help her teammates in their match against Lawndale. The final score stayed tied at 0-0. There were a few good opportunities for both teams, but all […]

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