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Bishop Broncos Varsity Girls Soccer Defeat Mojave 9-0 in Last Regular Season Home Game

BTB June Pie

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On January 29, 2024 for the Bishop lady Broncos hosted the Mojave Mustangs at John Schwab field for the last home game of regular season play. Bishop lady Broncos honored their three seniors on the team at Senior Night; #3 center midfielder Brooklyn Braaten, #6 right back Morgan Boothe, and #22 striker Jaden Davis. All three players have played on the varsity high school girls soccer team all four years.

After high school, Brooklyn Braaten plans to attend Miramar, San Diego junior college to play soccer and figure out what she wants to major in.

Morgan Boothe plans to attend Utah Tech University to studying health science.

Jaden Davis plans to attend college after high school to study and become an ultrasound technician.

Coach Bill Dailey said he is real proud of how hard the seniors have worked over the four years and wishing the best in their future endeavors. Their leadership will be greatly missed during next season.

During the senior night game against the Mojave mustangs, Jaden Davis lead the team with 3 goals, Alyssa Buchholz had 2 goals and 2 assist, Jillian Veenker had 1 goal and 1 assist. While Brooklyn Braaten, Ellie Crall and Madyn Weller each had one goal. Kylie Acree, Willow Blanks and Brooke Taylor each had one assist.

The Bishop lady Broncos scored a total of five goals in the first period and an additional four goals for the second period ending the game with the total score of 9 to 0. The Bishop lady Broncos have scored 112 goals and had 91 assist while allowing only two goals scored against for the season. This game brings the Lady Broncos to a record of 13 wins and zero losses.

Next week the lady Broncos will finish up the season with two away games taking on the Kern Valley Broncs on Tuesday and traveling to California City Ravens on Thursday.

– William Dailey

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