The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 29, 2002

Features

Girls soccer

The varsity girls soccer team included two strong Carlisle players, Sam O'Keefe and Tara Callahan. Both O'Keefe, a sophomore, and Callahan, a junior, were starters on the team and will be returning players next year. Callahan played as right back and was a strong player on the team. Although she had some problems with injuries, she played every game and was a tough player on the field. O'Keefe played left mid and had her moment to shine in the team's second game against Newton South (NS). C-C's first game against NS was a 5—0 loss. In their second game, the score was tied when O'Keefe shot a pass to her teammate Emily Green who scored the winning goal. The team also had a tremendous game when they played the Westford varsity team who had been 2—1 and had been a Dual County League Champ for four years in a row. The game had been going back and forth between the teams and was tied 3—3. But in the second half, C-C scored the last point and walked away with a 4—3 win. Although the soccer team had a record of 4—12—2, Coach Nancy Slocum reported that the team had improved so much during the season and really learned to work as a team. Coach Slocum also looks forward to seeing both O'Keefe and Callahan on her team next year.

(Unfortunately there were no photos of Carlisle girls soccer players available)


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito