The Lady Sandcrabs feel confident going into their game against Spruce Creek Thursday, Dec. 16 on senior night.
The Seabreeze Sandcrabs girls soccer team came out kicking against the DeLand Bulldogs Tuesday, Dec. 14 leaving the pitch with a score of 7-1 and adding one more to their win streak for 4 and 6 wins total.
Annabel Thistle launched the barrage a few minutes into the game, leaving the first half with two goals under her cleats. Goals by Brianna Chesley and Emily Myers wrapped up the half at 4-1.
“We definitely improved our passing,” Isabella Castillo said. “We were working together as a team.”
Head coach Eli Freidus motivated the team to stay vigilant on the field even in the face of a positive score.
“They will probably get physical,” he said. “That’s what happens when frustration sets in. Don’t fall into that trap. That will take you out of the game. We are better than that.”
Within two-minutes of the second half’s start, Myers scored and Caroline “Carl” McNerny followed on her heels with another goal. Taylor Hughes added to the final rout helping the Sandcrabs finish the game 7-1.
Seabreeze faces Spruce Creek Thursday, Dec. 16 on senior night. The school is considered one of their toughest opponents.
“I just think if we can build off of what we started here it will make a huge difference,” assistant coach Christine Goebel said. “We need to continue to play how we know how and how we practice.”
“We are determined to finally end their winning streak against us,” Kara Valentine said. “We are going to try our hardest to play as good as we did tonight to beat them.”