2018 Highlights


Sterling Heights had an extremely tough loss to Roseville with a score of 2-1. Goal for the match was by Cameron Brooks on a penalty kick. Strong play was by our defensive players: Cameron Brooks, Miranda Vanarman, Christina Hurmis, and Kennedy Redmond.


Sterling Heights varsity soccer lost a tough non conference game to blue division Warren Mott with a score of 3-0. We had scoring chances but couldn’t make it happen.


Sterling Heights had a great win today vs new haven with a score of 1-0. Goal for the match was made by senior Daniella Katto. We have a non conference match vs Warren Mott on Friday.


Sterling Heights lost to south lake today 1-0. Due to not having our goalie, special shout outs to Cameron brooks for stepping in. We play new haven at home on Wednesday.


The girls varsity lost a tough non league game to port Huron with a score of 4-1. A goal for the match was made by Molly Clark. Players worth mentioning were our solid defense played in the back by Melanie Petrovski.


Sterling Heights girls varsity soccer had a extremely tough loss to centerline 1-0. The girls worked hard and moved the ball well just luck wasn’t in our favor.


The girls had a tough loss vs Fitzgerald with a score of 4-1. The goal was scored by Molly Clark. We are 1-1 in league play. We have a game Monday at home vs east Detroit.


The girls soccer team had an excellent game vs Madison as our first league game. We had three goals from Daniella Katto, three from Molly Clark, goal from Breanna Robinson, and a goal from Margie Harms. We play Fitzgerald on Friday at home.


The girls varsity lost a tough non league match vs Tower with a score of 5-0. The girls played tough especially goalkeeper Roxanne Finness with a total of 34 saves.


The Sterling Heights girls varsity soccer team lost a tough first game vs. Clawson. The score was 0-8. The defense played a great game. Key players include Cam Brooks, Melanie Petrovski, Miranda VanArman, and Aryanna Dailey.







































Last Updated by: Kayla Nguyen May 1, 2018
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May 1, 2018