JV Season Review


Nov. 10, 2004, midnight | By Jonah Gold | 15 years, 10 months ago

Season Record: 10-1


The JV boys' soccer team was one of Blair's most successful teams this fall, ending the season with a record of 10-1. The team was anchored offensively by sophomore Yendoukoa Lamboni and freshman Prince Momo, who both scored numerous goals throughout the season, contributing to the average of over three and a half goals per game for Blair. This season, the team was able to outscore its opponents 40-1, and it was un-scored upon until its last game.

The team was able to come together under the leadership of sophomore captain Jack Graul and win several games against powerhouses such as Sherwood, Whitman and Walter Johnson. Even though freshman defender Noel Aguiree sustained injuries and sophomore defender Alec McLean was promoted to varsity, the team was able to dominate its opponents until the final game of the season. Other notable players were sophomore defender Ethan Kuhnhenn and sophomore forward Jesse Ruf, who both contributed to the offensive and defensive efforts. Coach John Haigh called this team one of the best that he has ever coached.



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