The Girl’s Soccer team leads a strong season

The girls have been playing well together and are showing many how successful they’ve become


Peyton Fox dribbles past two Niwot defenders

Mead’s Girls soccer team has played a total of six games this season and have already proved that they are are a formidable team. Their second game was against Niwot High School and was supposed to be played at Niwot High School, but due to weather conditions, the game was moved to Mead High School.

The girls have made a total of 37 goals this season and have only been scored on three times. The girls have shut out four of the six teams they’ve played.

Freshman Haley Williams has stepped up to help lead the Mavericks to these wins. Williams is leading the team in goals with eight goals.

Although The Mavericks made it to playoffs last year they did end up losing in the first round. Maddie Muntz, a junior at Mead, speaks on how she believes this season is going and the improvements that are being made.

“We got a lot of new players this year that are bringing different types of talent to the team and it’s been extremely helpful. I’m really excited to watch this team grow and continue to improve as the season goes on. We are going to have to continue working really hard at practice for the next couple of days because we have upcoming games that aren’t going to be easy. We aren’t going to be able to beat the teams if we slack.”

This season, seemed to start out slow on both sides of the field but changes were quickly made by both teams. The girls are only six games in and they are off to a good start.

Peyton Fox, a senior at Mead that has committed to CSU Pueblo to play soccer, says “This season has been great! I believe that there are definitely some improvements we can make but I’m ready to see how this season goes.” Many are ready to see the improvements that are going to be made this season and see how the Lady Mavericks’ season plays out.

The season is expected to end on the first of May, against Skyline at Skyline High School.