The Miami Country Day School girls’ varsity soccer team went 24-4 and reached states for the first time in program history. After the Spartans captured their third consecutive district championship, they won the school’s first regional title in girls’ soccer. They competed in the state semifinals. The stellar team features front from left, Doreen Jean Jacques, Asatta Mesa, Danielle Geathers, Sidney Thomas, Ava Hansen, Laurel Ivory, Mary Elizabeth Allen; back, Isabella Allen, Danielle Amoils, Yakira Matisonn, Sabrina Perez, Danielle Ben-David, Mallory Meyer, Carly Garazi, Mila Boano, Taylor Sennett, Laureen Jean Jacques, Amanda Martin, Giulia Bronzi, Dani Saad, and Olivia Bronzi.
The Miami Country Day School girls’ varsity soccer team went 24-4 and reached states for the first time in program history. After the Spartans captured their third consecutive district championship, they won the school’s first regional title in girls’ soccer. They competed in the state semifinals. The stellar team features front from left, Doreen Jean Jacques, Asatta Mesa, Danielle Geathers, Sidney Thomas, Ava Hansen, Laurel Ivory, Mary Elizabeth Allen; back, Isabella Allen, Danielle Amoils, Yakira Matisonn, Sabrina Perez, Danielle Ben-David, Mallory Meyer, Carly Garazi, Mila Boano, Taylor Sennett, Laureen Jean Jacques, Amanda Martin, Giulia Bronzi, Dani Saad, and Olivia Bronzi.
The Miami Country Day School girls’ varsity soccer team went 24-4 and reached states for the first time in program history. After the Spartans captured their third consecutive district championship, they won the school’s first regional title in girls’ soccer. They competed in the state semifinals. The stellar team features front from left, Doreen Jean Jacques, Asatta Mesa, Danielle Geathers, Sidney Thomas, Ava Hansen, Laurel Ivory, Mary Elizabeth Allen; back, Isabella Allen, Danielle Amoils, Yakira Matisonn, Sabrina Perez, Danielle Ben-David, Mallory Meyer, Carly Garazi, Mila Boano, Taylor Sennett, Laureen Jean Jacques, Amanda Martin, Giulia Bronzi, Dani Saad, and Olivia Bronzi.

Miami Country Day girls’ soccer sets school mark, reaching state semifinal

April 25, 2015 11:07 PM

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