Soccer: Kenner Discovery wins district; Chapelle edges Riverside
Area Prep Soccer Report for Tuesday, Jan. 24
Monday night, the Kenner Discovery boys’ soccer program won the District 7-III Championship, defeating Franklinton 8-0. It is the first district title for the Swamp Owls.
Junior Lance Rumbelow and sophomore Lance Rumbelow each scored a pair of goals to pace the Swamp Owls. Junior Kaleb Gross had a goal and an assist while Derieck Hernandez-Euceda, Gabe Vogel and Ian Cabrera each added a goal.
The Kenner Discovery boys’ soccer program is in just its fifth season but has been growing stronger annually.
“This year’s team is led by nine seniors who have been a part of the program since their freshmen year and have been influential in the team’s growth,” Kenner Discovery coach Sean Moore said. “With a major focus on hard work and preparation, the Swamp Owls achieved a goal they set out to accomplish for the 2022 soccer season. We were looking forward to this success since the start of the program and I know the boys are hungry for more success.”
Senior captain Farid Handal has been a leader for the Swamp Owls.
Senior Captain Farid Handal is “proud of the heart, hard work, and dedication it took to earn this district title.”
Kenner Discovery (9-4-3, 2-0-1) will face off against the Willow School on Wednesday at 7 p.m. before facing Riverside Academy Friday for senior night.
The Demons (2-12-1, 0-3) will host Plaquemine Thursday at 7 p.m.
In girls action, Archbishop Chapelle edged Riverside Academy 1-0 for its third straight win.
Freshman Darcy Garvey put in the lone goal in the first half.
The Chipmunks (11-5-2) will wrap up their regular season Thursday at home against Academy of Our Lady in a District 7-II contest.
The Rebels (10-8-1) will host Fisher Wednesday.
Area Prep Soccer Results from Monday, Jan. 23
Belle Chasse 2, International 0
Bonnabel 4, Salmen 0
Grace King 4, West Jefferson 2
Kenner Discovery 8, Franklinton 0
McMain 3, Carver 2
Newman 5, Archbishop Hannan 1
Northshore 7, Covington 2
Pope John Paul II 5, Pearl River 0
St. Charles Catholic 4, Northlake Christian 2
Archbishop Chapelle 1, Riverside Academy 0
Archbishop Hannan 8, Haynes Academy 0
Belle Chasse 8, International 0
Bonnabel 6, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0
Cabrini 3, Franklinton 0
Kenner Discovery 1, Ursuline Academy 1
Live Oak 9, Hammond 0
Mandeville 4, Destrehan 0
New Orleans Military & Maritime 3, Helen Cox 0
Northshore 8, Covington 0
Salmen 5, Karr 0
St. Charles Catholic 3, Northlake Christian 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 6, Dunham 2
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