Boys Head into Playoffs on High Note

The end of the regular season came in a 2-1 victory over Madison for the boys soccer team Mar. 18. The team ended up with a 11-5-4 (W-L-T) record, second place in district, and a playoff spot.

“We’re in the show,” Coach Damion Simmons said. “We haven’t lost in a long time, so we are playing our best soccer that we need to be playing.”

Churchill will win this year’s district title and has not suffered a district loss all season.

“I hope we see them one more time,” Simmons said.

Emmanuel Nyong, 12, pushes off a Madison defender for better positioning.  Photo by Jacob Dukes
Emmanuel Nyong, 12, pushes off a Madison defender for better positioning.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Marshall Curtis, 12, received a yellow card in the first half after side tackling a player. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Marshall Curtis, 12, received a yellow card in the first half after side tackling a player.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Tuesday's game was senior night, so Coach Simmons made sure all seniors got some playing time. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Tuesday’s game was senior night, so Coach Simmons made sure all seniors got some playing time.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Caden Bleamaster, 12, dribbles down the field. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Caden Bleamaster, 12, dribbles down the field.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
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The game seemed to be in the team’s grasp until a goal off of a bobbled save by the goalie. Later, the boys would regain the lead.
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Hi, Im Jacob, but most call me Dukes. I am the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Brahmanews.com. Sports is my thing! I aspire to someday be a writer for the magazine Sports Illustrated. Obviously, I love to write and attend sporting events.

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