J.P. Taravella’s Boys and Girls Soccer Teams Earn Commanding Wins

J.P. Taravella Boys Soccer Records 6 Goals in 1st Win of 2022

J.P. Taravella Boys Soccer. {JPT Athletics}

By: Matt Rothman

This season brings excellent soccer played by both the boys and girls varsity teams at J.P. Taravella High School. After wins for both teams this week, the two teams are now combined to go 18-14-2 this season.

Boys Team

The boys picked up two wins this week after recording a tie in their first game of the week on Monday. The Trojans then won 7-0 on Wednesday against Pompano Beach. Seven players scored goals, including Martin Chiabrera, Matthew Lucien, Kevin Nunes, Kenan Malme, Marco Ferreira, Leos Kennedy, and Felipe Orzco.

J.P. Taravella Boys Soccer Records 6 Goals in 1st Win of 2022

J.P. Taravella Boys Soccer. {JPT Athletics}

The Trojans are now 6-8-2 and face McArthur High School on Friday, January 14 at 6 p.m. After going winless last year, the Mustangs have already won six games this season.

Girls Team

After losing four straight, the JPT girls soccer team ended that streak this week. Dillard forfeited on Wednesday, leading JPT to defeat McArthur High School 6-2 the following day.

Layla Johnson recorded a hat-trick and has six shots on goal in the game. Kaydine Celeste recorded two goals while Melanie Bierman had one. Kayla Schloss and Isabella Heath combined to stop three shots as JPT moved to 12-8 this year.

Next, they will face South Plantation High School on Tuesday, January 18 a 4 p.m. This year, the Paladins are 9-4 and are coming off a 9-0 win over Coconut Creek on Wednesday.

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J.P. Taravella Girls Soccer. {Giana Labombarda}

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Matt Rothman
Matt Rothman
Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student. He also works for the Mohave Valley Daily News in Bullhead City, Arizona covering high school sports.
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