Girls Player of the Month – September
October 5, 2017
September 2017 Girls Player of the Month
Girls Club Winner:
Coach Chris – Girls 2005 – Analia Castanon exemplifies what a coach wants to see out of his/her players. She comes to each practice focused, with a great attitude and ready to learn and give 110%. On game days she is ready to play, looks the part and plays the part, playing a big part of our defense as sweeper. She has made many goal saving plays and helped us keep our Goals Against down to just 2 in the last 5 games. In addition to all of this, she made the decision to “play up” an age level this season, which does not show in the slightest as she shuts down players twice her size.
Girls Team Winners:
Coach John – G08 – Alexandra Allen: she has really improved her goalie skills. She has been great in goal at our tournaments over the entire summer as well as helping us in the field. A lot of times at halftime, she says,”coach can I stay in goal for the second half too?” She does like to be in the field as well and helps us out offensively and enjoys scoring a goal or two against their goalie.
Coach Jen – G2003 – Player of the month is Megan Yamamoto. Megan sets a great example for her team with her high work rate. She comes to practice focused and ready to learn. She is aggressive and uses her body well to maintain possession. She is fast and able to break through the defenders to create space for pass or a shot. Megan enjoys being on the field and playing with her teammates.
Coach Jen – G2007 – Samantha Borja. Samantha has a great attitude. She comes to every practice and game ready to play. She shows a willingness to learn and work hard for the team. She plays every game with heart and leaves it all on the field. Keep it up Sam!
Coach Kim Girls 2006 – The player of the month is Grace Thompson. She works very hard at every practice and participates in the skills clinics. She is also an encouraging leader on and off the field.
Coach Becca – G2005 – Zoe has become one of the teams leading attackers. She goes into tackles hard and is always trying to improve at practice. She has a great attitude and always has a high work rate.
Coach Becca – G2004 Alexa has really turned a corner and is stepping up in both practice and games. Her desire to improve and play at a high level is fun to watch. Keep it up Alexa!