So Far...
November 22, 2009
My high school team, Manchester Central High School, came in 2nd place in the NHIAA State Championship. Considering we lost a lot of players this year because they graduated, we came a long way to achieve such an outstanding award. Being a Class L school on top of that is a challenge when we are playing some of the best soccer players in the state. We definitely deserved getting as far as the finals because we put so much effort everyday just to prove, not only to other schools, but to ourselves that we could possibly win the championship.

A couple days after that season ended, I tried out for the U17 Girls Seacoast team. Those were a very cold, but not wasted, two days. The premier coach and the club coach could not decide which team to put me on basing it on how much playing time I wanted, so Scott Weldon offered me a spot on the U18 Girls Seacoast United team which combines the best U17 girls and U18 girls. The U17 team coach also asked me to play in a few tournaments and games with his team. Coach Weldon promised me a lot as an individual going onto this team and I am excited for the season to begin in December.

Blog Posts


Class L NHIAA State Championship
November 22, 2009
So Far...
November 22, 2009
My high school team, Manchester Central High School, came in 2nd place in the NHIAA State Championship. Considering we lost a lot of players this year because they graduated, we came a long way to...
Fall Soccer Season (so far)
September 30, 2009
So far, we're 8-1. Our team is really connecting on and off the field like a family. We all give 100% no matter how much we play, and during practices as well. We train hard for our wins and hope...