Sep. 7—Brooklynn Vickers
On the pitch: Had a goal and two assists in a 9-0 win over Shaw and had a hand in all four goals in a 4-1 win over Akron North with two goals and two assists. Has seven goals and 10 assists on the season.
Off the pitch: “BK” plans on playing basketball in college and has received multiple scholarship offers. Has played varsity soccer and basketball all four years. Favorite subject is history. Is in the Exercise Science & Sports Rehabilitation Excel TECC program. Favorite subject is history. Favorite show is “Grey’s Anatomy.”
On the field: Against Bedford, made eight tackles, including three for loss, intercepted two passes and broke up three others. Also recovered a fumble.
Off the field: Concord Township resident will attend Ohio State. Favorite sports memory is beating Lake Catholic his sophomore year. Favorite show is “The Regular Show.” Enjoys listening to Bryce Vine. Favorite teams are the Guardians and Browns.
Sophomore>>Left center back
On the pitch: At center back, helped lead the Cardinals to a 0-0 draw with perennial power Twinsburg on Sept. 2.
Off the pitch: “My favorite sports memory was last year when I scored my first goal off of a free kick and my big sister was the first person to congratulate me.” Has been playing soccer since she was little and hopes to continue playing in college. Runs track in the spring. Enjoys hanging out with friends. Favorite subject is art. Favorite food is sushi.
On the field: Scored three touchdowns in the second half in a win over Bay.
Off the field: Moreland Hills resident says his favorite sports memories are making the playoffs last year and when the Cavaliers won the NBA Finals. Favorite team is Ohio State football. Enjoys playing golf.
Kenston>>Girls cross country
On the course: Won the first invitational of her career at the Mentor Cardinal Classic, in 19 minutes. Finished third a week earlier at Kenston.
Off the course: “My favorite memory throughout my cross country career was our team finishing runner-up at the Division II state meet last year.” Likes to play tennis in her free time. Favorite subject is math. Loves watching college football.
On the field: Had 10 catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Akron Buchtel. On defense, he had seven tackles and a pass break-up.
Off the field: Is a Willowick resident. Enjoys playing video games and spending time with friends.
On the pitch: She had six goals and two assists in two wins, including both goals in a 2-0 victory over Chardon as the Pirates improved to 7-0.
Off the pitch: Favorite subject is math. Favorite show is “The Vampire Diaries.” Loves Starbucks and baking.
On the pitch: Has recorded 29 saves and four clean sheets in his last four matches, ties against Mayfleld and Streetsboro and wins over Padua and Chagrin Falls.
Off the pitch: “Beni” is a University Heights resident. Plans on playing soccer in college. His dream is to play at Tampa University. “My favorite sports memory was traveling to Colorado for the National Cup with my club team.” Hobbies include going to football games and hanging out with his friends. Favorite movie is “Step Brothers.” Favorite show is “The Lincoln Lawyer.” Enjoys listening to country music for leisure, “But before games it will always be rap music in my ears.”
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