For the second year in a row, the Middle School Boys Red Soccer team won the Conference championship.
This win was especially gratifying because the team had some additional challenges this year. All their practices were off campus, and all games were away due to the impending completion of the school's new turf field, set to open in November.
This year's team was talented enough to contend with that adversity, and are repeat champions. A record number of 41 players came out to play this year. In the final, goals were scored by Andy J. '24, assisted by Skyler H. '24. The second goal was scored by Christophe P. '24. The defense played solid for 60 minutes, not allowing the opposition to score a goal.
The eighth-grade class leaves the program with two championships in three years, and with only one loss in the past two years. The seventh-grade class has a lot of talented players who look forward to leading the Terrapin MS Boys Soccer program to another championship next year. Learn more about the Middle School Boys RED Soccer team and Coach Guillermo Ruiz.