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Girls soccer defeats Coventry

The girls soccer team defeated Coventry 2-0 last night.  Goals were scored by Fide Valverde-Rivera and Krista Prasek.  Kaylee Klein assisted both goals.  Jessica Marason, in goal, and the defense secured their 5th shutout of the season.  The girls are now 7-1-2 on the season and 3-0-1 in the PTC.  Their next game is next Tuesday at home versus Norton.  


Friday Night vs Springfield







This weeks game came down to two words, "battling adversity." A strong beginning by the Rockets out of the gate was a hot start, but things changed quickly as Springfield answered with their own scoring run of 21 unanswered points. As the Rockets approach the red zone in the third quarter, starting quarterback Will Butler had to leave the game. Putting the offense in the hands of freshman Colin Boldin. With this strike of adversity the team rallied together. On the same drive, sophomore kicker Max Brace made Streetsboros first field goal of the year to give the Rockets a 23-21 edge. Which would become a very important 3 points. The defense made a timely stop and gave the offense another opportunity to drive and put the game in a two score position. Russ Kendall's running behind a hard blocking offensive line played a crucial role in giving the young quarterback an opportunity to throw his first, and very timely touchdown pass to Jared Perdue. An extra point by Max Brace made it a 9 point game, and a two score differential. After a Springfield score, and a Chris "Bear" Anderson extra point block, the Rockets got the ball back in hand and were able to run the clock to a final score, and win of 30-27.


Soccer teams split with Rootstown

The girls soccer team beat Rootstown 4-2 last night to get their record to 6-1-1 on the season.  Kaylee Klein scored a hat trick on the evening and Fide Valverde-Rivera scored one goal.  Hannah Smith and Natalie Rose each contributed by assisting on two goals each.  The girls are home Saturday night against Tallmadge at 7pm.  


The guys soccer team came up a couple of goals short yesterday in Rootstown. The Rockets were scoreless...down by the end of the first half. But, they came back in the 2nd half scoring three goals while the Rovers put two more in the net. 

Starting of the scoring for the Rockets was sophomore Max Brace. That was followed by a goal from Senior Nathan Fabiniak. Brace capped the scoring for the Rockets sinking a penalty kick. 

The final score was Rovers 6, Rockets 3.


It was a tale of two halves Friday night in Huron as the Rockets traveled to take on the Tigers. Coming out of the gates hard to take a 7-0 lead. Huron eventually had to work with every ounce they had to tie it up later in this first half. The Rockets put on a miraculous defensive stand right before halftime to keep the score knotted, and head into the locker room with the momentum. Eventually falling 27-7. Will Butler with the loan score, and Krys-Riley Richardson led on defense with 8 tackles.

Girls Soccer vs Field

The girls soccer team tied Field last night 0-0 to stay undefeated in PTC play and take their overall record to 5-1-1.  It was a great defensive effort and Jessica Marason was once again excellent in goal to preserve the shutout.  The girls next play Thursday night at Rootstown. 

Boys Soccer vs Field

The guys soccer team lost to Field last night by a score of 3-1. The game got off to a fast start with two goals being scored within 15 seconds of each other inside of the first two minutes of play. 

The Rockets scored first when Senior Bailey Deevers pushed the ball past the Field goal keeper. That was the only goal for the Rockets. Field went on to score two more times.

The guys will play tomorrow night (Thursday) at Rootstown at 7pm.

Girls Soccer team suffers first loss of season.

The girls soccer team suffered their first loss last night to St. Vincent St. Mary with a score of 4-2. .  Goals  were scored by Faith Deevers and Fide Valverde-Rivera with an assist by  Kaylee Klein. The girls are back in action on Tuesday, Sept. 12th at home against Field HIgh School @ 7pm. 

Girls Soccer @ Woodridge

The girls soccer team defeated Woodridge 2-0 last night to take their record to 5-0.  Fide Rivera scored the game winning goal with less than 5 minutes to go and Natalie Rose put the game out of reach with a second goal in the last minute.  Kaylee Klein had an assist.  The defense was excellent and Jessica Marason had 10 saves in goal to secure the shutout

WOW! Hole in One!

Congratulations to Streetsboro golfer Hannah Rhodes, who shot a hole in one last week — in just the third varsity match of her career!

Boys Bounce back and Win First Game at Home

The Streetsboro Rockets bounced back after a loss in week one, to a dominating win in week two against the Crestwood Red Devils 67-0. Holding Crestwood to negative total yards on offense, led by sophomore linebacker Krys Riley-Richardson with his 7 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 sack, and sophomore defensive end Andrew Douglas with 8 total tackles, 5 TFL and 2 sacks. Offensively the Rockets were clicking on all cylinders putting up 67 points even with a running clock in the second half. Everyone had their share of the offensive success. Will Butler was 4/4 with 100 passing yards, 2 touchdowns via the air and one on his feet rushing, Russell Kendall also had some fun in the end zone with 3 touchdowns himself and averaging 6.13 yards per carry on 15 rushing attempts. This week the Rockets travel to Huron to take on the Tigers on 8/8.

Girls Soccer vs Akron Firestone

The girls soccer team beat Akron Firestone 8-1 last night to take the girls record to 4-0 on the season.  Fide Valverde-Rivera scored 3 goals, Kaylee Klein had a goal and two assists, Natalie Rose had a goal and an assist, Hannah Smith had a goal and an assist, Kaylee Christine had a goal and an assist, Krista Prasek had a goal, and Faith Deevers had an assist.  Jessica Marason had 5 saves in goal and Emily Nichols also had a save.  The girls go to Woodridge on Tuesday for their next game.


Boys Soccer @ Southeast

The boys' soccer team lost their first game of the season last 3-2 loss against the Southeast Pirates.

The Rockets were first on the board with a goal by senior Nathan Fabiniak on a touch from Benny Shaffer.

With the score even at two, the Rockets scored early in the second half when sophomore Max Brace hit the backof the net. The Pirates evened the match twenty three minutes later. 

With four minutes left in the game, Southeast scored the winning goal on a penalty kick called for a trip in the box.

The guys are now 2-1-2. They play again next Tuesday at 5pm at Woodridge.

Soccer Teams defeat Akron Springfield

The girls soccer team defeated Akron Springfield 14-0 last night.  Fide Valverde-Rivera lead the team with 5 goals including one 21 seconds into the game.  Kaylee Klein scored 3.  The other goals were scored by Kaylee Christine, Krista Prasek, Natalie Rose, Leah Gawne, and Jessica Kline-Koester.  Assisting on those goals were Faith Deevers who had 3, Krista Prasek, Hannah Smith, and Natalie Rose who each had 2, and Jessica Marason, Maddie Lanier, and Erika Richards each had one.  Jessica Marason and Emily Nichols each played a half in goal to secure the shutout. 

The boys' soccer team remains undefeated following the first four games of the season. Last night the guys beat Springfield 3-2 at Quinn Field. Scoring for the Rockets in the first half was Oscar Lemus on a pass from Bailey Deevers. The Rockets entered the second half with the scored even at one.In the second half Max Brace put the ball past the Springfield keeper with the assist again going to Deevers. With the score even at two with 20 minutes left, Oscar Lemus scored the winning goal with the assist going to Nathan Fabiniak.

The guys travel to Southeast on Thursday for a 5pm faceoff against the Pirates.

Boys Soccer vs St. Thomas Aquinas

The boys' soccer team remains undefeated following the first three games of the season. 

The guys tied St. Thomas Aquanis 2-2 on Saturday afternoon at Quinn Field. Scoring for the Rockets in the first half was senior Nathan Fabiniak. In the second half sophomore Max Brace popped the ball in the net giving the Rockets a 2-1 lead. St. Thomas scored 20 minutes later to tie the game.

The guys are 1-0-2 and will host Springfield tomorrow night at 7pm at Rockets Stadium.