6th Grade Girls Soccer
6th Grade Girls Soccer is a no cut sport, so all members will get a chance to play as long as they meet the "8 Practice Rule".
Mr. Sean Large
Players should come to practice dressed for soccer and with water!
Please notify me about missed practices and matches ahead of time so we can plan accordingly.
Please visit the general schedules page for information on all the sports going on during this season!
Overall Record: 7 wins, 2 losses, 0 ties
- 9/23/19 - Kenmore @ Timbercrest
- 9/26/19 - Timbercrest @ Skyview
- 9/30/19 - Northshore @ Timbercrest
- 10/3/19 - Canyon Park @ Timbercrest
- 10/7/19 - Timbercrest @ Leota
- 10/10/19 - Timbercrest @ Kenmore
- 10/14/19 - Skyview @ Timbercrest
- 10/17/19 - Northshore @ Timbercrest
- 10/21/21 - Timbercrest @ Canyon Park
Result: TMS 7 - KMS 3
The Timbercrest girls 6th grade soccer team started off the season in style, with a 7-3 victory over Kenmore. The Wolves dominated all facets of the game with a true team effort.
Isabel K. lead the score line from deep in midfield with a hat trick and two assists. Sam H. got the team on the board first and added a second goal later. They were joined on the score sheet by Luna V. (1 goal, 1 assist) and Mocha F. (1 goal, 2 assists).
Result: TMS 11 - SMS 0
The Timbercrest 6th grade girls soccer team continued their winning ways against Skyview. This time, Teagan Y. and Marin D. combined in goal to earn the Wolves their first clean sheet of the season. Niki S. and Isabel K. anchored the back line, with Isabel also adding the team’s first goal.
On the attacking side, Skyview’s defense was no match for Luna V. (4 goals) and Moka F. (hat trick + 1 assist). Sam H. added a goal and an assist, while Reese R. and Maddie K. both opened their scoring account for the season, with Maddie also adding 3 assists. Newcomer Molly H. shined in her debut, contributing 3 assists in her first ever competitive match!
Result: TMS 5 - NMS 2
The 6th grade girls soccer team earned a 5-2 victory against the Northshore 34-player army on Monday. Isabel K. got the team off to a quick start with 4 goals in the first half, and Sam H. added the 5th.
Teagan Y. extended her scoreless streak in goal to 90 minutes to help secure the result, along with strong individual defensive efforts from Reese R. and Eliza D.
Result: CPMS 5 - TMS 4
The Timbercrest 6th grade girls finally met a team that could give them a competitive match when they faced up against Canyon Park on Thursday. The Knights jumped out to an early lead with three goals in the first half, but the team rallied and Moka F pulled two goals back to keep it close.
In the second half, Canyon Park grabbed two more quick goals to go up 5-2. But instead of falling apart, the Wolves showed extraordinary teamwork; the back four of Avery C, Isabel K, Niki S and Reese R shut down the Knight’s attack to try and keep the game within reach. Meanwhile, Timbercrest attacked repeatedly and Sam H put two more balls in the net to make it 4-5.
In the end, it was only the final whistle (and Canyon Park playing most of the second half with 12 players on the field), that kept the Wolves from getting a result. Despite the result, it was the best game the girls have played this season.
Result: TMS 7 - LMS 0
The Timbercrest 6th grade soccer team faced off against Leota, who also came into the game with a 3-1 record. After a slow start, Maddie K took control of the offense with a goal and two assists. Moka F, despite playing deeper in midfield, could not be contained by the Lions and notched her second hat trick of the season.
There was plenty of offensive contributions from the rest of the team, with Luna V, Sam H, and Isabel K all adding goals to the total, while Emelia D and Adelaide B pitched in with assists.
Once again, Teagan Y and Marin D teamed up for the Wolves second clean sheet of the season, with Teagan also making some key stops from the fullback position late in the game. The final result, 7-0.
Result: TMS 4 - KMS 0
The 6th grade girls soccer team faced a much improved Kenmore squad. The game was scoreless for the first 15 minutes until Sam H finally put the Wolves out front and they never looked back. Luna V continued her impressive scoring form with a brace and Moka F pitched in with a goal and an assist.
Although the Colts threatened multiple times, the Timbercrest team worked hard defending, and minimized their chances. Once again, the goalkeeping duo of Teagan Y and Marin D combined for a clean sheet.
Result: TMS 12 - SMS 0
The girls 6th grade girls soccer team faced Skyview for the second time on Monday. This time, the team captains played supporting roles while the rest of the team stepped up. Moka F and Luna V were unstoppable, with Luna scoring four goals and Moka doing one better with five.
Reese R returned to scoring form with two goals, and Asha C also put a ball in the net to open her account. Maui D, Maddie K, Isabel K, and Karen D all chipped in with assists.
On the other side of the ball, the defense stayed strong while goalkeepers Teagan Y and Marin D kept another clean sheet.
Result: TMS 8 - NMS 2
The 6th grade girls soccer team faced Northshore again, remembering that the previous match had been fairly close. The scoring machine known as Luna V set the tone early, netting two goals in the first five minutes.
The Titans pulled one back, but that just woke up the Wolves and the pack went to work. Six more Timbercrest players got on the scoresheet: Sam H had a goal and three assists, Isabel K added a goal and an assist, with Moka F and Maddie K finding the net once each.
Maui D and first-year soccer player Avery C both added goals to open their scoring accounts and guarantee the victory, 8-2.
Result: CPMS ? - TMS ?
The Timbercrest 6th grade girls soccer team traveled to Canyon Park for a night game in cold, wet conditions. The Knights jumped out to a quick lead, but Timbercrest fought back and Isabel K found the back of the net to keep the game close.
The Wolves attacked repeatedly in the second half, but the Canyon Park goalie made multiple saves to keep her team ahead. Timbercrest fought hard together until the final whistle, but were unable to complete a comeback.
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2018 Overall Record: 10 wins, 0 losses, 0 ties (Perfect Season!)
This season ran from 9/24/2018 to 10/25/2018.
- 9/24/18 - Canyon Park @ Timbercrest
- 9/27/18 - Timbercrest @ Kenmore
- 10/01/18 - Timbercrest @ Skyview
- 10/04/18 - Timbercrest @ Northshore
- 10/25/18 - Timbercrest @ Leota
- 10/08/18 - Leota @ Timbercrest
- 10/11/18 - Timbercrest @ Canyon Park
- 10/15/18 - Kenmore @ Timbercrest
- 10/18/18 - Skyview @ Timbercrest
- 10/22/18 - Northshore @ Timbercrest
- 10/25/18 - Timbercrest @ Leota
Result: TMS 8 - SMS 0
In what was a scenic view of land excavation and constant downpour, the girls soccer team put together an impressive shutout against Skyview, winning 8-0. Caroline Horn, Aliza Price, and Lily Tiwari (2 goals) scored their first goals of the season! The shutout was not possible without the impressive defensive efforts and goal keeping on the other side of the field.
Result: TMS 4 - LMS 2
Yesterday's girls soccer match was a battle between two undefeated teams, and close rivals, as Timbercrest took on Leota. It reminded me of the infamous battle between Pinhead Larry and Dirty Dan in the SpongeBob episode in Season 2. Only one victor could remain on top! Timbercrest defeated Leota 4-2, improving to 5-0 on the season and outscoring opponents 25-9. Katherine Wheeler scored her first goal of the season while Lexi Smigelski and Evalani Fleming added onto their season total. With the first half of the journey in the books, the impressive start is set aside to focus on one match at a time moving forward. Up next, the Canyon Park Knights.
Result: TMS 4 - CPMS 3
In the closest match to date the team came away with a narrow victory. It was one of those matches in which the cuticles are the only things to remain on your finger tips. Timbercrest's lead was narrowed down throughout the game, and Canyon Park eventually tied the game at 3-3 with 2 minutes left to play. The Lady Wolves would not let this one slip away. They rushed down the field to make the go ahead goal with 1 minute left to play. They improve to 6-0 on the season. Lexi, Evalani, and Katherine each scored a goal, while Kyra Connelly gets credit for the other goal, as her strong kick resulted in the opponent scoring an own goal.
Result: TMS 4 - KMS 1
The girls soccer team came away with another victory by beating Kenmore 4-1. They improve to 7-0 on the season. Notable defense goes to Alden G, Darby R, Makenzie H, Ottoline N, Kimberly C, and Sophia R.
A very special thanks to Alise Castaneda for filling in as volunteer ref last minute and doing a phenomenal job!
Result: TMS 10 - SMS 0
The 6th grade girls soccer team won their 8th straight game against Skyview by a score of 10-0. Without any options for subs, each player from Timbercrest played with constant intensity for the entire match.
Alden Geissler did an amazing job playing every offensive and defensive position with excellence! Makenzie Herring played in goal for the first time this season and was able to preserve the first-half shutout by recording a save!
With two games left, the team's remarkable season has not yet reached its final destination... "We're on to Cincinatti."
Result: TMS 3 - NMS 1
The team won their 9th straight game against Northshore by a score of 3-1 on a clear Monday afternoon.
Lexi Smigelski had the hat trick, thanks to amazing ball movement by the entire team. On the defensive side of the ball, Timbercrest held one of the highest scoring opponents to very few opportunities for shots on goal.
The team is one game away from a perfect season and it's only fitting that the last game is against the toughest opponent, and rival, Leota.
"Practice makes perfect."
Practice for 6th Grade Girls Soccer will take place every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from September 5th to September 20th.
Once games begin on September 23rd, practices will only occur on Tuesdays and Fridays for the duration of the season. The final practice is scheduled for Tuesday, October 22nd.
As with all sports and club activities, there will be no official practice on early release Wednesdays.
Practice begins at about 3:15 pm and will conclude by about 4:35 pm. Please arrange for transportation home or use the activity bus.
It is expected that athletes be at all practices unless prior communication takes place. All athletes who have met the eight-practice requirement will be allowed to compete in matches.
What is a "Match"?
Just like with practice, members of the soccer team are expected to attend matches unless prior communication takes place.
- Each match consists of two 30 minute halves, with a 5 minute halftime in between.
- A referee will manage all matches. Please treat them with respect; there is zero tolerance for referee abuse of any kind.
For matches played at Timbercrest students should remain at school for warmups and last minute strategy changes.
Buses will be provided to transport students to games played at other schools. Please be ready to board the buses by 3:15 pm!
At the conclusion of both home and away matches students will need to arrange for transportation home.
Practice Good Sportsmanship
Though it is a competition, it is important to practice good sportsmanship at all matches.
- Refrain from "trash talk".
- Express appreciation toward your competitors whether you are the host or visitor.
- Don't be a sore loser or a sore winner.
- Winning means nothing if you lose off of the field by being disrespectful or disruptive.
Take a gander at some of these links to learn about events and stars of the sport:
A great reminder of how we can best support our children in sports.
National Womens Soccer League (NWSL)
This league includes the Seattle Reign FC and represents the top tier of women's soccer in the United States.
MLS Soccer website
Official web site of Major League Soccer, which includes teams like the Seattle Sounders FC.
Website of FIFA, the governing organization behind soccer (futbol) all across the world.
US National Women's Team
Official web site of the winners of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Northshore Youth Soccer Association (NYSA)
Local youth soccer association with options for all levels of play.