Lady Demons soccer

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Lady Demons soccer

Leonardo Anchondo

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Following a successful year in 2018, in which they finished with a record of 16-3 and made a trip to the state semi final , the lady Demons returned for another strong finish under Joe Calabrese, in which they finished with a record of 11-5.

 

Opening their season, the lady Demons cruised their way to a 5-0 victory over league rival, Palisade, demonstrating their dominance in the 4A western slope league over the last 3 years. With such dominance, Glenwood was able to once again stand high in the standings sitting in 2nd place in their league with a record of 9-2-1. The Lady Demons also demonstrated their dominance by having a 6-0-1 record on their home field, a record that actually dates back two years, as they have not lost a home game in the last two years, and have only 2 games in the last 3 years.

 

Their strong showing earned them a spot in the 4A state playoffs for the third straight year. Glenwood came in as No. 23 in the tournament, which was a big drop from last years No. 6 rank. The lady demons squared off against No. 10 Palmer Ridge. The Lady Demons battled with the score tied up at the end of regulation, sending the game to overtime and then double overtime in which Glenwood scored the winning goal to upset Palmer Ridge. Glenwood would then match up against No. 7 Sand creek. Once again the lady demons battled taking a 1-0 into the half, but Sand Creek’s high powered offense came back to score 3 in the second half to ultimately win 3-2 and end glenwood’s season.

 

With the loss, the Lady Demons lose 8 seniors in Julia Mulhall, Brooke Hunter, Sierra McKinney, Sarah Helm, Levyn Thomas, Leigh Anne Johnson, Malia Baltzer, and Ashley Weir. The senior class accumulated a 44-21-1 in their 4 years here. Glenwood will return 14 players next year in hopes of continuing this long streak of dominance.