With a 7-0 win over Tuscola, our Rams win the conference! The last regular season game, against Reynolds, will be for bragging rights by holding the Busbee Bucket. This game will be Wednesday at Reynolds.
Our Rams remain undefeated in the conference with yesterday’s win over Asheville. Not only did Jonah Nus get 8 saves, he also had an assist!
Congratulations to our Rams for continuing their great season. The Rams are two games up on the closest team in the conference (AC Reynolds, who is 7-2 in conference play so far – and you can find the Citizen-Times write-up on TC’s win in PKs over Reynolds HERE).
See Citizen-Times box scores HERE.
Almost halfway through the season, our Rams are 5-0 in the conference. This great start is well earned as there is a lot of soccer talent in WNC. The adjusted Maxpreps ranking kept by the NCHSAA shows TCR as ranked #5 in the state 3A competition. That list can be found HERE.
Let’s finish the season just as we’ve started!
Congratulations to each of the TCR soccer players named to the all Conference team (found on the Citizen-Times website):
Hope Ingram – Defensive Player of the Year
Josh Martin – Coach of the Year
Western MAC All-Conference Team
Caroline Allison – Defender
Amber Gay – Goal Keeper
Reagan Hakes – Midfielder
Caroline Hemphill – Forward
Isabelle Ingle – Forward
Maddie Luckett – Forward
Kennedy Rucker – Defender
The 2019 Women’s All-State Awards Ceremony will take place this Sunday, June 2nd, at 2pm at Cary High School.
The NCSCA All-Star roster includes Kennedy Rucker ! She will play on July 16 at MacPherson Stadium in Greensboro at 6:30 pm.
The NCSCA Clash of the Carolinas team includes Hope Ingram who will play on June 29th at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary