The Varsity Field Hockey team went 1-0 this week, beating Severna Park 2-1 on Tuesday. Goals were scored by Junior Mia Holland, and Junior Ella Ruiz, last week’s player of the week. The team’s overall record now stands at 3-2, with the first game next week coming on Monday, September 23, at home against Catonsville High School.
The Varsity Boys Soccer team went 1-1 this week. Aadam Rahman scored Hebron’s only goal in Tuesday’s 2-1 loss at Long Reach. The team’s next game came on Thursday, when they beat Oakland Mills, 4-1. Goals were scored by Junior Jimmy Linsenmeyer, Gabe Bonilla, and Senior Evan Kocsis scoring twice. The team heads into next week with a record of 3-2-1, with their first game being at Atholton on Tuesday, September 24.
The girls soccer team improved their record this week after going 0-3 in week one. After getting shut out by Severna Park 3-0 on Monday, the team won their next two games. In a 7-1 win against Long Reach, junior Alex Masse, sophomore Jessie Barke, freshman Amari Mehta, sophomore Kate Hanks, and junior Riley Benson all scored once, with sophomore Adhiti Arun scoring twice. The team won again on Thursday 1-0 at Reservoir, courtesy of Masse, this week’s featured athlete. After going 2-1 this week, the team’s current record sits at 3-4. Their first game next week is Tuesday, September 24 at home against Atholton.
The Varsity Volleyball team went 2-0 this week, improving their overall record for the season to 3-1. The team beat Northeast High School on Tuesday, winning the match in four sets. On Thursday, the Vikings took down the rival Centennial, also in four sets. Senior Sara Paradisi received the game ball. The team’s next game will be Tuesday, September 24, at Annapolis High School.
The Vikings got shut out on Friday, losing 42-0 at Oakland Mills. They fall to an 0-3 record overall this season. Next Friday’s game will be at home versus Wilde Lake.
This week’s featured athlete is Junior Alex Masse, who scored two goals for the Varsity Girls Soccer Team, including the game winning goal on Thursday against Oakland Mills.
“We honestly had to find ourselves as a team. After those four games, it was really rough. We made some formation changes, and realized we had to push through it. Having these two wins back to back has been really great,” said Masse.
“We really want to beat River Hill this year, because we haven’t done that, and they graduated a bunch of people, so that’s our big goal.”
The Vikings face the Hawks on October 7 at River Hill.