OHS Girls Varsity Soccer: Welcome
GO CHIEFTAIN SOCCER
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships
|PAIGE DUREN AND THE OHS GIRLS!|
The OHS girls arrived in Howell to beat Hartland and they did just that! It was a beautiful day for soccer as the girls faced Hartland for the District title. Teamwork, GREAT chemistry, good passing (for the most part :) and the STRONG desire to win allowed the girls to end the game with a 3-0 score. The team now faces Regional games next Tuesday. Location and time to be announced soon! Great work girls!
Thursday, May 26
What do you get when you mix cold, nasty rainwater with OHS Girls Varsity Players? You get a freakin CAAC Cup Championship, that's what!!!! Our girls met up with Williamston this evening and sealed the crown for the annual CAAC Cup. OHS player Ashton Miller scored early in the game with a sweet cross to get the party started. As the girls grew more composed with the rain, more balls found the back of Williamston's net, bringing the final score to 6-0. The girls will battle Brighton next Tuesday, May 31st for their first District game at Howell Parker High School. Great Job Girls! Keep doing what you're doing!
Tuesday, May 24
OHS Girls meant business in their CAAC SemiFinal match against Jackson Lumen Christi. They won 7-0 with several players from their deep lineup contributing to the points. The team continues to develop with each game and they look forward to challenging Williamston for the coveted CAAC Championship this Thursday, May 26th at home at 4 pm. Let's Do This!!
Thursday, May 19
The OHS girls finally played a soccer game with the sun shining! They came out strong against Eaton Rapids in their first CAAC match this evening. Nine different players either scored or assisted with the 8-0 final score. Congrats girls on a job well done. Good luck tomorrow night at Midland High at 7 pm. For Game #2 of the CAAC, OHS will face Dewitt for what will no doubt be an exciting contest next Tuesday at home - 4 pm. Go Chieftains!
Wednesday, May 18
Fri May 13, 2011 11:19 AM
Okemos girls soccer team rolls victory over Holt
Bright future ahead for Chieftain women
HOLT- To say that the Okemos Chieftains girl's soccer team has a bright future ahead, might be a bit of an understatement.
The Chieftains relied on strong defense and two of their outstanding freshmen in a 3-0 win over Holt in a CAAC Blue matchup last Tuesday at Holt.
Kristelle Yewah scored two first-half goals, and Ashton Miller scored a goal of her own in the much-anticipated league game.
"They were great for us today," Okemos coach Brian Guggemos said of the Chieftains freshmen duo. "We still have a lot of things to work on and a lot of room to improve, but whenever you can leave here with a 3-0 win, you feel pretty good about it."
Holt goalie Kori Ramirez recorded six saves in goal for Holt, but the Chieftains held Holt's offense in tact for much of the game, only allowing two total shots on goal.
With the victory, Okemos improves to 8-1-4 overall and remains perfect in league play with a 4-0 mark. Guggemos believes that his team has the chance to complete a special season this year, but he says that the key will be how hard they are willing to work at it.
"The girls, they want to play hard, but I want to see them do that at all times during a game," Guggemos said.
"If we can do that and play with the energy we need to, I know that the sky's the limit for this team
Thursday, May 12
The OHS Chieftain girls beat Everett this evening in a 9-1 victory. Seven different OHS players saw their balls sail into the back of the net. Everett was determined to stop the eight game shutout record for OHS and they were successful in finding their own goal. The girls kept up their fight throughout the second half and are all looking forward to entering the CAAC Cup next Thursday. Time and Location are yet to be determined so stay posted! Great job girls!
Thursday, May 12
The OHS girls were ready for the battle and came out with a very strong first half against Holt. Passing was clean and with purpose. The strong team chemistry is evident from the bleachers. The Holt girls fought their battle hard but OHS came through with a 3-0 game. They look forward to playing Everett tonight at 5:30 at Everett High School! Go Chieftains!
Tuesday, May 3
Saturday, April 30
Our OHS girls are now falling into team rhythm that's syncing more with every game. The weather wasn't the greatest, but the girls' energy was evident from the beginning. With an early rebound goal, we took the lead that set the tone for the rest of the game. Passing was crisper, and good clean soccer was played to dominate the first half 2-0. Mason came back hard in the second half, but the girls kept their composure and we finished 3-0. Great job girls and keep it up! We have two home games next week with East Lansing at 5:30 on Tuesday, May 3rd and Jackson at 5:30 on Thursday, May 5th. Our record is now 5 Wins 1 Loss and 4 Ties. Go Chieftains!
Tuesday, April 26
While threats of thunderstorms and tornado watches whisper, the OHS girls managed a victory over Grand Ledge. Miller, Glogovsky and Yewah scored while Scott, Mullin and Kovan assist respectively. With 24 goals under their belt, it's an impressive list of how many different players are contributing to the stats. Paige Duren served as Team Manager with a profound observation at the one-zero halftime talk. "I think the team can do better". That was all that it took. Thanks for your insight and inspiration, Paige! The girls take on Mason at Mason on Thursday, April 28th at 5:30.
Friday, April 22
OHS Girls played Eastern High School at Lansing Catholic Central. OHS beat Eastern and look forward to playing Grand Ledge next Tues, April 26th at home at 5:30 pm. Our current record is 4-1-3!
Wednesday, April 20
Bravo to the girls for braving the cold, wet weather as they battled it out with Saline. The half time ended with a zero tie. Coach Guggemos must have inspired the girls during their half time talk as they came out for the second half dominating Saline. They finished with a strong 2-0 win! They currently hold a 3-1-4 record.