Girls Soccer Dominates Flintridge Sacred

Ryan Razmjoo

The girls soccer team beat Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in its last league match on May 5 to improve its overall record to 11-0 and its league record to 6-0. The team has dominated in league play this year, outsourcing its opponents 39-1. 


Alyssa Thompson ’23 continued her successful season scoring five out of the team’s six goals with the last one coming from Gisele Thompson ’24. 


Left back Madi Kim ’22 said that the team’s success on the field comes from camaraderie off the field. 


“Everyone is super friendly off the field so when we get on the field, we have really good chemistry because of how well we know each other,” Kim said. 


Hailey Hubbard ’22 said that the team is grateful to be playing in the playoffs after uncertainty of whether a season would even occur. 


“On and off the field it’s amazing to be a part of this team and see what we are capable of,” Hubbard said. “For the longest time we didn’t know if we were even going to have a season, and now our season is extended even further with CIF. We all love playing with each other and are thankful we get the opportunity to do more of that in the playoffs.”


Hubbard also said that she knows that the competition in the playoffs will bring a challenge to the team, but remains confident in the team’s skills and abilities.     


“We are also looking forward to some more competition so we can really test our abilities,” Hubbard said. “There’s no doubt we have an incredible team this year, so we all have high hopes for the playoffs!”


The team will begin CIF-SS playoffs on May 14 as the top seed in the Division I Tournament.