October 4 Sports Recap

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Defender Caroline Smith driving deep into the opponent’s defense in a tight contest against Blair. Photo by Reed Leventis.

Girls soccer

The girls soccer team (6–1–1) edged out the Blair Blazers 1–0 for the Vikes fifth consecutive victory and third consecutive shutout.

The lone goal of the contest was scored by midfielder captain Chelsea Cahill in the first half. Two of the remaining four regular season games are on the road, where the Vikings are 4–0.

The next game is away against the Einstein Titans on Saturday.

Boys soccer

The boys soccer team (8–2) extended their winning streak to four games as they shutout the Blair Blazers 2–0.

The Vikes jumped out to a quick lead scoring two goals in the first half. Their defense held strong the entire game as they didn’t allow a goal.

The team was lead by forward Adam Deutchman who scored two goals, and goalkeeper Evan Cameron who had fve saves.

The squad’s next game is Saturday away against the Einstein Titans.

Field hockey

Photo by Valerie Myers.
Photo by Valerie Myers.
The field hockey team (5–3) triumphed over the Blair Blazers 2–0 Tuesday, as the Vikes defense notched their third shutout of the year.

Forwards Clare Hisle and Hannah Lenkin carried the Viking offense, each scoring once.

The Vikes next play Wednesday away against St. John’s.

Girls volleyball

Photo by Jefferson Luo.
Photo by Jefferson Luo.
The volleyball team (4–4) fell to the Poolesville Falcons 3–1, despite a stellar performance by outside hitter Olivia Personeni.

The Vikes lost the first set 27–25, won the second 25–20, and fell in the last two 25–18 and 25–16. Personeni lead the Vikes offensively with 11 kills, and setter Maddie McGill contributed with three kills.

The team’s next game is Thursday at home against the Walter Johnson Wildcats.

Girls tennis

The girls tennis team (10–0) conquered the Sherwood Warriors with a 7–0 shutout Tuesday.

Third singles players Danielle Berman and Hanna Freund won 6–0, 6–0 against their opponents.

Next, for their final game of the regular season, the Vikings take on the Quince Orchard Cougars away on Wednesday.