Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Boys Soccer in the Midst of an Impressive Turnaround

The boys soccer program has made an enormous leap from last years 4-11-1 season with a number of victories including an impressive and dramatic win over region powerhouse Wasatch. Goalkeeper, Luke Bettin received a yellow card for an illegal play in the box while Judge was up 3-2 and was forced to come off the field. While arguing about the call, two other Judge coaches received yellow cards. Back-up keeper, Lukas Richards was unprepared to enter the game and panic began to ensue. Fortunately, senior Kelly Gee, answered the call, grabbed Bettin's gloves and sprinted to his position in front of the net where Wasatch was given a free kick. Though the shot was on frame and with force, Gee was able to punch the ball safely away. The Bulldogs were able to hold off the Wasp's offense for the remaining three minutes and went on to win their first region game of the season. The team continues their tremendous season with nunnish beatings over Uintah, Waterford and Union. The soccer program has made an enormous leap from last years season with a 7-5-1 record and, under coach Kelly Terril, is emerging as a dominating team in Region 10. For more information, see the soccer blog on the Judge Memorial website.

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