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Rampage Girls' Teams Bring 'Champion' Titles Back to Cheatham County


09/10 Rampage Soccer Club: Coach Will Fisher, Parker Kent, Natalia Dziembowski, Zoe Spencer, Abby Childress, Mary Claire White, Jenna Sierawaski, Hayden Mitchell, Coach Melody Fisher. Bottom: Reagan Crass, Olivia binkley, Julianna Venzcel, Casey steel, and Cassidy Beltowski (Photo: Submitted)


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The Rampage 09/10 girls finished the regular season with four wins and two losses. Going into the Hopkinsville Indoor Soccer Tournament held on January 6, 2023, as the number-three seed, Rampage beat the number-four seed, CSC Blue, 3 to 0. In the semifinals, Rampage played the number-two seed, winning 5 to 2- avenging a regular-season loss.


In the championship game, Rampage played the number-one Panthers, another team that beat them during the regular season. "Rampage played hard from the start and never let up," Coach Will Fished says. "They kept pressure on the Panthers, and played as a team with every player giving their best effort."


Olivia Binkley got the scoring started with an assist from Casey Steel; Mary Claire White scored the second goal with a shot from 15 yards out. Rampage went into halftime with a 2-0 lead. Casey Steel scored early in the second half with an assist from Parker Kent. Rampage won the Championship 3 to 1.


"We had great defensive plays from Reagan Crass, Natalia Dziembowski, Julianna Venczel, and Zoe Spencer. Abby Childress had an amazing game in the goal, only allowing one, and racked up 18 saves," Fisher adds.


The Rampage 09/10 girls finished their season with a record of 7-2, and as the Hopkinsville Sportsplex Indoor Soccer Tournament champions.

Rampage Soccer Club High School Girls: Coach Will Fisher, Ava hicks, Mallory Douglas, Lydia Ramos, Anna Kate Saylor, Alyssa Kelly, Coach Melody Fisher. Bottom: Anna Claire Canterbury, Kyleigh Binkley, Hailey Reed, Emily Tuttle, and Addie Bega (Photo: Submitted)

The Rampage high school girls' team finished their regular season with five wins and one loss. The girls went into the tournament as the number-one seed with a first-round bye.


In the semifinals, Rampage played Hopkinsville High, the number-five seed, winning 8-0. In the championship game, the Rampage went up against Caldwell, a team they split with during the regular season. Caldwell played strong defense and kept the game scoreless at the half. Caldwell scored first in the second half, but the Rampage struck back with Cassie Groves scoring back-to-back goals. Anna Claire Canterberry scored with five minutes left in the game, giving the Rampage a 3-1 win.


Rampage High School girls won the Hopkinsville Sportsplex indoor Championship as well, and finished the season with an overall record of 7 wins,1 loss.


"We had great play from our defense all season from Anna Kate Saylor, Alyssa Kelly, Ava Hicks and Lydia Romos," Fisher says. "Keeper Haylee Reed was amazing in the playoffs, only allowing one goal. Cassie Groves controlled the midfield every game."






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