Tag Archives: soccer

Goodbye to the goof goobers. Trina discovered friends, faith and filmmaking at LCA

Posted on 19. Dec, 2017 by .

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By Tailoni Jenkins, LCA sophomore – Senior Petrina Gratton is a honor-roll tri-athlete at the Lighthouse Christian Academy. She participates in soccer, volleyball and swimming. She says her favorite sport is volleyball, and that makes sense because she was the captain! She is graduating this year as a 16-year-old senior. “I will miss all of more »

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World Cup champions to Lighthouse soccer

Posted on 10. Dec, 2017 by .

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By Nicholas Knapp, LCA freshman – Two players on our team are from Japan, and two are from Africa. The captain is from Turkey. And I’m from the best soccer playing country in the world — Germany. I mean, who could dispute the last World Cup (2014) in which my second country (but speakers of more »

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The exquisite music of soccer at the feet of a Turk in high school

Posted on 03. Feb, 2017 by .

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There are piano movers and piano players on the soccer field. There are beefy guys who marshal girth at speed to jostle opponents off the ball and keep possession. And there are slight figures who ghost around and with exquisite touches on the ball to perform the magic that gets posted on YouTube. Erhan Meric more »

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Red Fury opens scoring in 7-2 win against Westmark

Posted on 18. Jan, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft His soccer coach in middle school called him the Red Fury, the moniker of the Spanish national team which won two Euro Cups and one World Cup in their iconic red jerseys. His hair is fiery red. His feet are fiery too – fiery fast. Freshman Levi Photenhauer opened the scoring in more »

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Sick and with players missing, LCA still wins soccer

Posted on 06. Feb, 2016 by .

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By Jamie Roman, LCA sophomore Even with half the team either sick or missing, the Saints again won Friday 2-1 against Concordia High School as team captain Adrian Brizuela showed how he can be an irresistible force. With three players missing and three playing with fevers or injuries, Lighthouse Christian Academy went down 0-1 by more »

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