Despite a loaded schedule of 5 games in 4 days, Kenya Desautels played almost every minute of every game, and played them with intensity and heart that was second to none.
With a motor that never quits, Grade 12 student from Shefford, Que. even played different positions so that her teammates could rest. With 4 goals in the season opener again BCS, as well as the loan penalty kick goal against West Island College at this past weekend’s Stanstead Invitational Tournament, Kenya has been nothing but impressive, always working hard and never giving up. Even in training she practices as intensely as she plays, and always plays to win. Her coaches are thoroughly impressed with the impact she has made as a new student-athlete this year, and they can’t wait to see what more she has to contribute as the season unfolds. Congratulations, Kenya!
Juan Pablo Sanchez Portilla from Bantam Boys Soccer, for his show-stopping performance in goal in a thrilling win over Richmond
Patricio Tomayo from Senior Boys Soccer, another stellar SC goalkeeper, for stealing a crucial victory against BCS despite being outshot 14-5
Amanda Gu and Bella Bao from Bantam Girls Soccer, who at first wanted to quit soccer, and are now two of the hardest working players on the team