Girls varsity soccer get their valley rings after a long while of waiting. Varsity girls finished the season with an outstanding record of 19 wins 6 losses and 1 tie. Beating Sanger 1-0 to win it all. The Rangers failed to advance any further at state championship losing to Moorpark, but are Division 2 champions for Redwood. The girls seem to be doing better and better every season, which they have shown. Last season they made it to Valley and lost to Madera South 0-1 but this year they worked harder, made it to valley and won, then made it to state.
Faith Calvo ’19, said, “It’s a big accomplishment and I’m really looking forward to the next couple years with this program. Hopefully we can bring Redwood another valley championship and maybe state.
Alexis Contreras ’18 ‘, said, “Since i played soccer every year since my freshman year we were closer and closer to win every year and actually winning rings this year was the frosting on the cake”
Brooke Crisp ’17, said, “Winning a ring this year was amazing the soccer girls really deserved it we worked really hard at the practices and tried our best at games, I think we could have done better but I’m still happy with our result”
Brianna Lopez ’19, said, “This was a great experience with all of the great athletes and I’m so happy that we got to where we did because we all worked hard for it. Winning a valley ring my sophomore year only makes me anxious to get back to work so we can try to win another one next year for this amazing school.”
Ariel Crawford ’17, said, “It was a great experience and it makes me happy that we won valley. Our team was outstanding the whole year and it was an amazing feeling to win it all in the end. I’m also excited for the upcoming group of girls that Redwood is lucky to have and hopefully they can be just as successful if not more successful as we were this year.