WRA was able to hang on to the one goal lead throughout a very tense and exciting second
The game was cut short due to injuries, but the Pioneers were still proud of the effort and hard
In the warm September weather, the girls played well
A highlighted player was Gabby Hrivank ‘23, the goalkeeper for the game, making 9 saves over
the course of the four quarters.
Friday’s game was a tough one for our team, but we are committed to taking it as a learning experience, and we are excited for our next game.
Highlights include 3 goals and 2 assists from Jane Goldman '23, 3 goals and 1 assist from Emma Leechalk '24, 1 goal from Lydia Stropki '26, and 1 goal from Megan Crider '25. Go Pios!
The future of the WRA program was on display with 9th grader Makayla Riles stealing the show
The Pioneers were led by a monster game from Tika Sallman
WRA 6 - Strongsville 1
WRA 4 - CVCA 3
The win improves the Pioneers record in the Ohio Prep Conference to 6-0.
On Saturday, part of the team went to Denison University to fence their Open tournament and on Sunday another part of the team went to Pittsburgh Fencing Center for their D and Under Mixed Foil and E & Under Women’s Foil.
Many athletes competed, placed, and qualified at this huge regional meet.