Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · OHS Fall Sports Preview: Girls Soccer

With a new group of girls trying to gel together and play as a team, head coach Rick Adolph looks to break in the new soccer complex on campus at the beginning of the 2019 Girls’ Soccer season. After years of sharing a facility with the football program, OHS was able to build a soccer stadium on the south end of the property. Now that the fence is up, the goals are set, the grass is green and the lines are painted, all that is left is for our great OHS students to sit hillside and support our Lady Owls.

Q: What are your expectations for the upcoming season?

A: The soccer team has a lot of potential and keeps getting better and better. There are a lot of new girls that are getting stronger.

Q: Who are you expecting to step up as a leader?

A: There are several girls who have stepped up as leaders. Nia Brown: captain, goalkeeper, senior. Grace Warner: captain, senior, played all 4 years of high school. Tania Muñoz: captain, senior, recovering from an ACL tear, has played all 4 years, hoping to have her back for this season. Santana Dickerson: senior, very fast, athletic, works very hard, a good leader to follow. Kylie Trapp: senior, recovering from an ACL tear as well, hoping to have her back. Ana Yasmin: senior, improved a lot, works hard. Emily Fisher: captain, junior, strong player, good leader.

Q:Name a player on your team that will surprise people this year?

A: There are several players who will surprise, but for now it will remain unknown so the players won’t feel any pressure.

Q: What did you work on most this off season?

A: Mostly conditioning and tactic skills so the players will be fit and ready to play.

Q: What has been the most encouraging from a team standpoint about this preseason?

A: The effort all the players are putting in. They’re always giving 100% and working hard.