Soccer Ends Season as Bi-District Champions


Faith White, Writer

The varsity soccer team finished their season as District and Bi-District Champions.

Varsity men’s soccer continued to make a name for themselves this season as the team faced some fierce competition going into the playoff bracket. 

The gold ball meant a lot to everyone,” senior, Jonathan Mani said. “No one sees the behind scenes of making that happen or the tears and blood we went through to get those achievements.” 

The boys’ season ended with a tough away game loss against El Paso Del Valle High School (1-2).

Jacob Perez looks for a teammate to pass the ball to

I mean, it’s never fun to lose in the playoffs,” junior Gibson Egan said. “You have so much anticipation and planning ahead in your mind when you consider going far, maybe even to the state finals, and to see your teammates unable to control their emotions, it just hurts.”

The senior teammates must face the challenge of saying goodbye to the program and coaches that have helped them become stronger athletes.

The Sandie soccer program has shown me how to be mentally tough and work hard for what I want,” senior Daniel Lopez said.