Varsity 2018

Senior Night this Tuesday, May 1st!!!

2018 boys soccer pics- seniors

Please join us on Tuesday, May 1st, at 7:00pm to celebrate our seniors! These young men have contributed so much to the program over the years and deserve the highest praise!

This year’s senior class is made up of the following:

  • Victor Araujo
  • Ross Heilweil
  • Koen Hertogh
  • Johannes Reitinger
  • Kane Stark
  • Michael Snook
  • Takanobu Suzuki
  • Kieran Wharton

Thank you, gentlemen, for your dedication, commitment, and hard work over the last four years. You have helped in making RHS Boys Soccer the competitive, highly-regarded program it is today. Best of luck on your adventures in the years to come–we know you will achieve great things! We will miss you!

JV 2018

RHS JV cracked Liberty’s Bell with a 4-0 Win!

Final Goal of the game by Mathis, assisted by Folting:

 

RHS JV put a crack in Liberty’s bell and beat them 4-0, dominating the season series! 

Interestingly, this was the exact same result and score as their other meeting in league play.  Early in the match, keeper Condon had to stay on his toes as the Liberty forwards were able to put ball in dangerous places off of counter attacks.  Along with some other Stangs, Bilger did some nice defensive work covering a barrage of ridiculously long Liberty throw-ins.  After a few missed chances, Redmond was able to capitalize with a Folting shot bouncing off the post back to Price for the finishing strike.  A couple of minutes later, a mucho dangerous Doyle free kick into the box found Fahrig’s head for a really nice finish.  In the second half, another wonderful free kick by Doyle was pounced on by Loo for the laid out goal.  Redmond put a bow on the win with constant pressure in the final five minutes of play, and Folting was able to find a wide open Mathis for a nice looping finish just past the Liberty keeper.  Kudos to the RHS defense for another impressive result and clean sheet!

Keep it going strong Redmond and Go Stangs!

Goals:  21’ (Price), 22’ (Fahrig, assist Doyle), 46’ (Loo), 59’ (Mathis, assist Folting)

C-Team 2018

C-Team wins over Inglemoor 3-1!

C-Team wins over Inglemoor 3-1!

The Stangs kept the Inglemoor defense very busy the entire game – with great ball control and skilled passing, the Stangs had multiple close shots on goal in the first half.  The first goal came with a great pass from Eshar Kalsi to Alex Mathis who buried it in the back of the goal.  Soon after, Inglemoor took advantage of some confusion in front of our goal to get their only goal of the evening.  In the second half, the Stangs again dominated the game and had multiple shots on goal.  Inglemoor’s frustration started to show, but the Stangs kept their composure and scored 2 more goals.  The first second-half goal was a great assist from Will Fitzgerald to Alex Mathis for his second goal of the game.  The third goal of the evening was a great cross from Will Fitzgerald to Max Klyuchko.  

JV 2018

Redmond JV’s Unbeaten Streak Comes to an End

Redmond’s unbeaten streak comes to an end, with the Stangs falling to Bellevue 0-1.

This match saw numerous Redmond goal scoring opportunities, but no conversions and the Stangs were left licking their wounds.  As has become common practice in the second half of the season, Redmond’s opponents came ready to play with high intensity.  In the first half, RHS had a tough time maintaining possession and seemed a step slower to the ball than their opponents.  Some of the bright spots for the Stangs included various dangerous runs on the wing by Fahrig, Yeo, and Price, and a lovely cross from Lee which just missed a goal off a header from Folting.  Keeper Condon made his presence known with a great point blank save early in the second half, and Legresley tidied up and extinguished numerous Bellevue chances through fancy footwork and the power of anticipation.  After a Bellevue goal late in the second half, Redmond turned up the intensity while looking for the equalizer but it was too little too late.  Despite sustaining the loss, the Stangs control their destiny and if they are able to win the final two matches they will take the league.

JV 2018

Redmond Pounced on Interlake with a 3-1 Victory!

Yeo finishes the decisive goal:

The match started with offensive pressure from both teams, and it was clear early that Redmond would be in for a physical battle.  Redmond was able to capitalize first with a close range shot on goal from Price caroming off a defender to Folting for the scoring strike.  Interlake had a few dangerous runs early, and keeper Condon stayed alert, skillfully batting away numerous attempts.  The second Redmond goal came well into the first half, with a long Doyle free kick placed with wonderful precision deep into the box for a clinical Rabadan tap into the back of the net.  Near the end of the first half, some unnecessary Interlake dangerous play found Polly on the ground after being tripped outside the touch line.  The second half saw tensions rising as well as increased physical pressure from Interlake.  Interlake had several blistering runs with full heads of steam, one of which resulted in a goal in the 50th minute.  After the lone Interlake goal, the Redmond midfield and defense tightened it up with Doyle, Legresley, and Condon all making some great decisions under pressure.  The last twenty minutes of the match saw an onslaught of dangerous Redmond corners, one of which resulted in a nice header goal by Yeo to put a bow on the final result.

Goals:  6’ (Folting), 30’ (Rabadan, assist Doyle), 76’ (Yeo, assist Price)

C-Team 2018

C-Stangs Dominate Bothell in 5-0 Win!

The Stangs got out to a quick and dominating start against Bothell and never looked back.   Ben Rist put away the first of his two goals with a breakaway off a nice assist from Will Fitzgerald.  Rist’s second goal was equally spectacular as he dribbled through the Bothell defense and placed the ball in the back of the net.  Next, Cameron Pisan saw the keeper off his line and placed a the ball over the keepers head and into the goal.   The last of the 4 first half goals came just before the first half whistle with Alex Mathis providing a nice assist to Will Fitzgerald who used his left foot to bury a hard shot into the net.  The boys continued to dominate the second half with one goal by Alex Mathis who used a nice cut back to juke the Bothell defender and score the teams 5th and final goal.  A shout out to goalies Luke Johnson and Vincent Reitinger and the Stang defense for the clean sheet.

JV 2018

JV Finds the Back of the Net 10 Times in Win Against Sammamish

Redmond JV busted out of its scoring mini-slump and asserted its dominance against Sammamish 10-1!

The weather was unsettled and the wind was cold, but the popcorn was exceptionally tasty and the goals were flowing!  Redmond had a monkey on its back AND a chi(m)p on its shoulder from its recent scoring drought and so it was high time to take care of business!  Rabadan started the onslaught early with a trademark fancy footwork run on the right flank and cracked the ball into the left side of the goal to quiet the raucous Sammamish fans.  Bilger had even happier feet than usual and pushed forward to deftly grab a couple of goals himself, off of clinical crosses from Rabadan and Price.  Polly got in on the action by launching a ball skyward from way downtown, and immediately murmurs of “that’s going to be tricky…” from the boisterous Redmond supporters were realized via a tough bounce for the Sammamish keeper to manage and a Redmond goal.  The second half of the contest saw a continuation of the RHS offensive explosion with a barrage of relentless Redmond scampering and striking.  A few Sammamish breakaways were extinguished by the Redmond defense and keeper Condon, and as time went on the final result became more and more inevitable.  Condon and Co. narrowly missed a clean sheet when a ball pin-balling around in the box during garbage time found its way into the back of the net with less than ten minutes to play.

 

Goals: 4’ (Rabadan), 7’ (Bilger, assist Rabadan), 9’ (Bilger, assist Price), 12’ (Sammamish own goal), 17’ (Polly), 47’ (Price), 50’ (Loo, assist Price), 56’ (Folting), 65’ (Loo), 67’ (Folting)