High hopes for Lady Bulldogs soccer

Lady Bulldog soccer

Crestview’s Maria Olsavsky tries to keep the soccer ball away from a Rocky Bayou defender on Tuesday.

RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin
Published: Friday, November 2, 2012 at 06:17 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Coming off a 10-6-2 season, expectations are high for the Crestview girls soccer team.

Second-year coach Carl Everitt isn’t discouraging talk of what could be a banner year for his team.

“I’m hoping we have a better season than last year — and we had a great season last year,” he said. “We’ve been together now since July 17th of last year and we haven’t stopped. We put a little team together and, as you can see, they’ve come a long way.

“They are knocking the ball with their feet and they are playing the game properly and they like each other.”

If Tuesday’s 7-0 win over Rocky Bayou Christian is any indication of the season’s outcome, the Bulldogs should be in good shape.

Crestview had two goals each from Ashley Richbourg and Tia Schindler.  Nichole Lefevre, Heather Daron and Allison Ammons each scored a goal.

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