Havre de Grace High School senior Brittney Anderson and her Warriors soccer teammates are off to a strong start in 2012.
Havre de Grace—which won its first game in three-plus seasons last fall—reeled off three straight wins recently.
The Warriors visit Elkton at 3:30 p.m. on Monday.
Patch caught up with Brittney recently:
PATCH: What is currently on your iPod?
Anderson: I listen to a lot of different artists but I have to say Usher.
PATCH: Favorite restaurant in Havre de Grace?
PATCH: Who are your funniest teammates?
Anderson: I will probably have to say Helen Boniface and Kara Nieberlein.
PATCH: The team went winless in previous years and won once last year. How did that win change things?
Anderson: I think it changed everyones motivation for effort level and it made us believe we could win.
PATCH: What's one game on the schedule you're looking forward to?
Anderson: I'm looking forward to the Edgewood game. They are probably the highest skill level team that we play and hopefully we do win.
PATCH: What's it like playing for Coach Cypher?
Anderson: It's hard because he challenges us. I like working with him. He puts a lot of time and effort into it and pushes us really hard.
PATCH: What does it mean to you to play for Havre de Grace High School?
Anderson: We're a small school and people do look down on us a lot, but we do come back and show them what we do have.
PATCH: Do we need a new high school in Havre de Grace?
PATCH: What's the most embarrassing thing about Havre de Grace as a school?
Anderson: I wouldn't say anything is embarrassing about Havre de Grace High School, but I would say the most embarrassing thing is going around and hearing what different people's opinion are.
PATCH: What's the one thing you see in other schools that you would like to have at Havre de Grace High School?
Anderson: How improved their technology is.