Monday, October 8, 2012
The Havre de Grace girls soccer team won again Monday afternoon.
The Havre de Grace girls soccer team is on a roll. The Warriors won for the fourth straight time Monday, toppling Elkton, 4-2, behind a balanced attack. » Have photos of the win? Click above and add them to our slideshow! Addie Richardson, Rachel Rossi, Helen Boniface and Lauren Herrington each scored for Havre de Grace. Kara Nieberlein had an assist for the Warriors. Havre de Grace goes for five straight when it visits Joppatowne at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Want to be in the know with Warriors sports? Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Contact editor Elizabeth Janney with any news tips, photos or video. Want to write on your own? Join our Local Voices.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Patch catches up with Havre de Grace Warriors senior Brittney Anderson.
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? Anderson: Coakley's 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 …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Havre de Grace defeated Bo Manor Monday for its third consecutive victory.
Lauren Herrington scored twice and Rachel Rossi had two assists as the Havre de Grace girls soccer team won its third straight game Monday. The Warriors defeated Bo Manor, 4-1. Herrington led the way on offense. Addie Richardson and Jill Larrimore also scored for the Warriors. Helen Boniface and Kara Neiberlein added assists for the Warriors. Riley Arnold and Margaret Stump shared time in the goal, combining for nine saves. Havre de Grace improved to 3-4 with the win. The Warriors visit Elkton at 3:30 p.m. on Monday. Want to be in the know with Warriors sports? Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Contact editor Sean Welsh with any news tips, photos or video. Want to write on your own? Skip the middle man. …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
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Check out some action shots of the Warriors girls soccer team, which enters the week coming off two straight wins. Do you have some good shots of the team? Add them above! Have photos of another team in action? Post them on Patch, and we'll feature them this week.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Havre de Grace heads into the weekend on an upswing after Thursday's win.
The girls soccer team at Havre de Grace won one game in four years. The Warriors won two this week. Havre de Grace used a three-goal first half to pull away from Joppatowne in a 4-0 win Thursday. "The win saw every girl getting playing time," Warriors coach Randy Cypher said in an email to Patch. Have photos or video from the win? Share them by posting them on this article. Rachel Rossi scored three times for Havre de Grace. Margaret Stump had a goal and an assist. Lauren Herrington assisted on two goals and Carly Thompson helped on another. Warriors goalkeeper Riley Arnold saved the only shot she was challenged with. Havre de Grace defeated Perryville on Monday for its first win of the year. Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Havre de Grace won once last year after three winless seasons.
Havre de Grace's girls soccer team is off to a strong start—already equalling the number of wins the program earned over the past four years combined. The Warriors defeated Perryville, 1-0, in a physical game Monday night, breaking through on Rachel Rossi's goal with 16 minutes remaining. The sophomore drove home a rebound amid a flurry of shots in front of the Perryville goal. "It was just hard aggression, attacking the goal. It was nothing pretty. We finally pushed it through," Warriors coach Randy Cypher said. Cypher said the Warriors created a number of shots Monday, though many were at the Perryville keeper, or not on goal. Havre de Grace goalkeeper Riley Arnold made 14 saves. "It was a hard fought victory. Their hard work this summer…
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Patch catches up with Havre de Grace Warriors senior Madeleine Larrimore.
With the Havre de Grace High School girls Warrior soccer team coming off a huge win in their play day against Aberdeen High School, Madeleine Larrimore, looks forward to the season ahead as the girls keep improving. The Warriors host Rising Sun in their home opener at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Patch caught up with Madeleine recently: ______________ PATCH: How is the team looking so far? Larrimore: Since I have been here it looks so much better than it ever has before. PATCH: The team went winless in previous years and won once last year. How did that win change things? Larrimore: It proved to us that winning was actually possible for our team and it gave us the motivation to strive to feel that way again this year. PATCH: What's one game on …