Lady Indians Soccer shows toughness at Trinity Cup
Tenacious Ray & Circe Powell named to All-Tournament Team
by Jamie Clark
Members of the Berkeley Springs girls’ soccer team traveled to Hampshire this past weekend, July 16-17, to participate in the Second Annual Trinity Cup.
The event had teams from Hampshire, Washington and Brunswick, Md., and Berkeley Springs. The Lady Indians had a mixture of high school and middle school players and the team showed a lot of toughness.
Berkeley Springs took the field with a more defensive look to help their new goal keepers Scarlett Swink (freshman) and Miyah Saville (junior) to get comfortable in the goal. Both had good saves and I am looking forward to seeing them grow in the position,” stated Coach Steve Havermale.
With a mixture of returning and new players the team showed a great range of skill and versatility. This will allow for many options in the lineup. “The tournament was a learning experience and gave us a view into the areas we need to improve on for the upcoming season,” stated Coach Havemale.
Two Berkeley Springs players were named to the All-Tournament team and that was Tenacious Ray and Circe Powell.