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2001 Team
Monday, October 22
The Season in Review
Those associated with the JHS Girls Team this year knows 2000 was not a fluke. In 2001, the JHS girls’ team showed they can play (and beat) the best of them. Last year's theme may have been from Coach Goyzueta as he told the girls "I believe in you!" During the year the players have learned to "Believe in Themselves." By the end of the season they can all say: "I believe in my team!"

The season had it's ups and downs. Up, was beating Brighton by 3 goals to 2 goals. Down, was losing to Bingham in a shootout. Up, was beating Alta twice, once in a shootout and once by a decisive 5 goals to 2 goals. Down, was losing Amanda to a knee injury in the Bingham game. Up, was realizing that as a team we could win our Region and make it to the 5A state championship for the 2nd year in a row. Down, was losing to Skyline in a shootout.

Coach Goyzueta and Coach Haertel consider Jordan to be one team, however, each week we played both varsity and junior varsity games. Jordan had winning seasons in both the varsity and the junior varsity games. A review of the stats (unofficial) paints a picture of our success.

The record for the varsity games is 15 wins and 3 losses. Jordan scored 65 goals. Varsity goals were scored by: Amanda (20), Rochelle (18), Lacy J(8), TJ (5), Lora (3), Lindsay L (3), Ashley (2), Jennie (1), Katie (1), Heather (1), Lacey C (1), Kristyn M (1), and Jill (1). Everyone knows that many people have a hand in scoring goals—varsity assists were given by: Rochelle (6), Jennie (5), Katie (4), Amanda (4), Lacy J (3), Lora (2), Lindsay L (2), Lindsay J (2), Jessica (1), Heather (1), Kristen S (1), and Brittany (1).   Note: Five assists were from Jennie (a defensive player). Due to the incredible defense of Jennie, Kristen, Jen, Kasi, and Brittany the opponents were able to score only 14 goals against us. Our goalkeepers, Mona, Kat, Holly, and Lindsay F had a combined record of 10 shutouts. Note: Every player on the team played in at least one varsity game this year.

The record for the junior varsity games is 8 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. Jordan scored 46 goals. JV goals were scored by: Suzi (9), Holly (6), Michelle (5), Heather (4), Jill (3), Kristyn (3), Lindsay F (3), Katie (2), Kelli (2), Crissy (2), Camee (1), Jessica (1), Lacey C (1), Loren (1), Lindsay J (1), Rachel (1) and Ashley (1). Note: Goalkeepers Holly and Lindsay F also showed their skill on the field by scoring 9 goals combined as field players. Assists were given by: Kelli (6), Rachel (3), Michelle (2), Kristyn M (2), Jill (1), Suzi (1), Lindsay J (1), Ashley (1), Justine (1), Jody (1), and Tara (1).    Defense was the key to winning the JV games also.   Our defensive players Amber, Dani, Justine, Jessica, Lisa, Meka, and Tara held the opposition to just 14 goals. Ten shutouts were recorded by keepers Holly, Lindsay F., Kat, and Jennie.

New to the team this year was seven freshmen: Amber, Jessica, Lacey, Lindsay F, Lindsay J, Loren, and Suzi. They jumped in, worked hard, and made a big contribution to our team. Other newcomers were: Brittany, Holly, Jill, Jody, Lisa, and TJ who also made big contributions to the team.

There have been eight seniors on the team this year: Jen, Jill, Kasi, Kat, Lindsay L, Meka, Rochelle, and Tara. They are a big part of the team and their influence will be remembered in years to come. We wish them well as they graduate.

New this year to the JHS girls’ team was a booster club. Joanne Hoover and Jim Harper have spent many hours on behalf of the team. They were instrumental in the purchase of new uniforms, warm-ups, and bags for the team. Since we had our own home field at the school this year, they were also able to provide a concession stand at home games. By providing team shirts and sweatshirts, many of us showed our digger pride. We appreciate the good foundation they have given us to build our booster club on next year and in the future.

Jesus Goyzueta and Ann Haertel have completed their 2nd winning season coaching at Jordan. In describing this dynamic duo, one word comes to mind: "balance." Some qualities Jesus brings to the team are knowledge of the "beautiful game," professional playing experience, international coaching expertise, a sense of humor ("you play like my Grandma"), determination, a kind heart, and a winning smile. Some qualities Ann brings to the team are coaching and teaching experience, discipline, organizational skills, compassion, patience, and optimism. Together, they have a winning attitude and desire to help each girl reach her full potential. These two coaches working together have provided an exceptional soccer experience for the team.

Success is achieved as everyone works together for the good of the team. A team mom was asked "who scored the goal?" Her wise answer was, "The team did!".   At Jordan our team consists of concerned parents, supportive teachers and administrators, exceptional coaches, team managers, trainers, bus drivers, the person who mows the lawn, and 36 players. Each one plays a different part and all are important. By believing in each other and appreciating the contribution of each member of the team we have achieved success this year.

Thanks for a great season!




Deseret News 2001 All-State Soccer
Three Jordan players were selected for 2001 All-State Soccer:

FORWARD: Amanda Feigt, Junior "Scored in every game she played before season-ending injury"

MIDFIELD: Rochelle Hoover, Senior "Led Region 2 co-champion Beetdiggers in assists"

DEFENSE: Jennie Haertel, Junior "Anchored Jordan's defense, won several shotouts as keeper"

Congratulations! We are proud of you!


Thursday, November 8
Salt Lake Tribune All-State 2001
Aboutnews
Congratulations to Amanda Feigt, Rochelle Hoover, and Jennie Haertel for being named to the Trib 1st Team. Congratulations to Lacy Jenkins, and Mona Taylor for being named to the Trib 2nd Team.

Saturday, October 20
Dramatic Shootout Gives Eagles 5A Title
By James Edward
Deseret News sports writer

In a season when the Skyline Eagles set a state record for consecutive shutouts, Natalie Evans sure saved her best for last.

The Skyline goalie miraculously saved all four shots she faced in a shootout, and the Eagles' Abby Fine and Lindie Theurer connected on theirs as Skyline claimed the 5A championship with a 1-0 win over Jordan.

"Natalie Evans is the MVP, there's no doubt in my mind," said Skyline coach Greg Deyle.

If 11 straight shutouts during the season didn't prove Evans' legitimacy, three shootout wins in the playoffs sure have.
None of them were as dramatic as Saturday's.

And four saves in the championship shootout were enough. "You practice them, but you can never say for sure if you can win one," said Deyle.

Perhaps no one was more pleased than Skyline's Courtney Kjar. In both the semifinals and final, Kjar took the Eagles' first shot only to see them both saved.

Skyline was able to recover from that miss against Weber, but in the championship, her team was facing Jordan's Jennie Haertel, an outstanding keeper in her own right.

"I was upset that I missed mine, but I knew we'd still win. I knew Natalie would save us," said a teary-eyed Kjar.

She did in a big way, and now Kjar's older sister doesn't have exclusive bragging rights in the family anymore.

Ashley Kjar won three championships with Olympus from 1995-'97, but this year she watched her younger sisters, Whitney and Courtney, hoist the trophy as an assistant coach for Skyline.

"I'm just glad we practiced our shootouts," said Courtney Kjar. "We wouldn't have won if we hadn't practiced them in each practice."

Even though Skyline celebrated its first soccer title in the end, it wasn't without frustration along the way.

Neither Skyline nor Jordan could get much going offensively on Saturday. There were small bursts of excitement here and there, but for the most part it was a defensive struggle with countless throw-ins, thanks to the narrow field at Cottonwood High.

Skyline's Lizzie Terry had her team's best chance in the 73rd minute, but Jordan goalie Alisa Taylor made a diving save to preserve the scoreless game.

"Lizzie Terry and Lindie Theurer kept relentlessly making their runs even though things weren't going well for them," said Deyle.

Jordan's forwards weren't having much luck either. All the Beetdiggers' best scoring chances came on free kicks by Rochelle Hoover, who hit the crossbar twice.

Considering Skyline and Jordan were the two best defensive teams in 5A, it was no surprise the game went goal-less.

The game might have had a little more offensive punch had Skyline's Whitney Fenton and Jordan's Amanda Feigt been playing. Both stars were on the bench nursing injuries, but they're also both juniors, and they'll be back next year.

Both teams should be contenders again next year with a big chunk of their starters returning.


5A soccer titles on line today
By James Edward
Deseret News sports writer

During Thursday's two 5A semifinal games, a combined two goals were scored. There's no reason to believe that trend won't continue in Saturday's championship.

When Skyline and Jordan clash at Cottonwood High School at 2:30 p.m., it will be a match-up of 5A's best defenses.

The Eagles surrendered six goals all year, and just one in the past 13 games. The Beetdiggers aren't exactly slouches in giving just 13 goals in 17 games.

"Both teams are good," said Skyline coach Greg Deyle. "We'll just try and get it together for Saturday."

Skyline won't know if star midfielder Whitney Fenton will be able to play until game time. She injured her knee during the Eagles' semifinal win against Weber, and her absence would be a huge loss for the Eagles.

Natalie Evans, Sara LaFleur, Whitney Kjar and Lizzie Terry will have to play particularly well for Skyline if Fenton can't play.

Jordan can relate. It's been playing without star forward Amanda Feigt for the past three weeks, but it still managed to advance to the 5A championship for the second year in a row.

Jennie Haertel, Rochelle Hoover and goalie Alisa (Mona) Taylor need to have good games for Jordan.      


   
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