The boys soccer team picked up their second win of the week last night beating the Alliance Aviators 5-1 in Alliance.
The girls soccer team defeated Coventry 10-0 last night. Scoring for the Rockets were Emma Flick who had 4 goals, Kaylee Klein who had 3 goals, Kenzie Mobley who had 2 goals, and Krista Prasek who had one goal. Assisting on those goals were Ella Deevers, Krista Prasek, Emma Flick, and Natalie Rose. Jessica Marason had the shutout in goal. The girls next play at Kenston on Saturday.
Last week was not a good week for the guys soccer team. The Rockets went 0-3 scoring only one goal in all three games.
On the road at Springfield, battling the Spartans and humidity, the Rockets were able to impose their will on both sides of the ball.
Totaling 280 yards rushing, Krys Riley-Richardson led the way with 83 yards on 12 carries while Donovan Washington-Perdue, Chris “Bear” Anderson and Maysun Klimak each chipped in over 50 apiece.
Klimak also threw for 153 yards, completing 5 passes to Hank Carey for 130 yards and 3 TDs.
Streetsboro defeats Springfield 40-12, securing back to back road wins. Streetsboro heads back home to host Woodridge.
The boys’ soccer team’s season record dropped to 4-2 Tuesday night following a 5-1 loss to the Field Falcons. Junior Max Brace scored the first goal of the game and the sole goal for the Rockets early in the first half.
On the road against Chagrin Falls, Rockets offense struggled in the firs half, largely of their own doing relying on strong defense and a booming 40 yard field goal from Andrew Sway taking a 3-0 lead to halftime. The Rockets imposed their will in the second half running the ball, punctuated by long touchdown runs from Maysun Klimak, Cris “Bear” Anderson and Krys Riley Richardson to put the game away defeating Chagrin Falls 24-14.
The Rockets will be at Akron Springfield this Friday , September 14th.
The girls soccer team tied Aurora 1-1 last night. Scoring the lone goal for the Rockets was Ella Deevers on a penalty kick. The defense did an amazing job against a strong and very fast Aurora team and Jessica Marason was excellent in the goal to earn the tie. The girls team plays at Field next Tuesday in a battle between the two teams that tied for the PTC championship last season.
The guys soccer team scored eight goals last night defeating the Berkshire Badgers 8-3 at Quinn Field.
Freshman Seth Mobley started the scoring with a goal less than two minutes into the contest. That goal was quickly followed a second score by senior Shaheen Gharahmani. Other goals for the evening came from senior Cole Richards, junior Max Brace with two, and freshmen Morgan Harris and Ashton Smith with two goals.
The girls soccer team moved to 2-0 in the PTC last night with a 3-1 win over Woodridge. Scoring for the Rockets were Ella Deevers who had two goals and Emma Flick. Ella and Krista Prasek had assists. The defense was also fantastic in this game only giving up 5 shots. The girls play next at Aurora on Thursday.