Soccer streak still in effect

First row, from left , Couch Kyle hunt , 6. Christian Ortiz, 11. Hussein Arsene , 00. Francisco Gonzales, 20. Jesus Ramos, 1. Erick Ortiz, 10. Tresor Mbuyu ©, Couch David Garrett, Second row, from left , 12. Juan David Vanegas, 5. Sergio Alvarado-Garcia, 3. Juan Carlos Ramirez, 9. Ruben Patino, 7. Jose Vanegas Cruz , 15. Eduardo Morales, 13. Shalom Dutey 4. Oscar Castro
First row, from left: Coach Kyle Hunt,  6. Christian Ortiz, 11. Hussein Arsene , 00. Francisco Gonzales, 20. Jesus Ramos, 1. Erick Ortiz, 10. Tresor Mbuyu, Coach David Garrett. Second row, from left: 12. Juan David Vanegas, 5. Sergio Alvarado-Garcia, 3. Juan Carlos Ramirez, 9. Ruben Patino, 7. Jose Vanegas Cruz, 15. Eduardo Morales, 13. Shalom Dutey 4. Oscar Castro

The Garinger Wildcats soccer team won Wednesday’s (Oct. 9)away conference game against Porter Ridge by a score of 3-2.

The Wildcats were losing during the first half 2-0.

Their comeback began in the second half in the last 10 minutes.

Shalom Dutey   scored the  first goal,  Jose Vanegas  score the second, and Tresor Mbuyu scored the winning goal in the last minute of the game, giving the Wildcats another victory to take home.

Overall, he Garinger Wildcats men’s soccer team has had an amazing season so far. The  team has won every match that they have played.

Goalkeeper Francisco Gonzalez has shut out all but 11 balls. The offense has scored a total of  110 goals.

the last game wildcats played at East Meck the score was 6-3. Wildcats was winning first half of the game 4-1 and second half East Meck score two goals. but the game wwasn’t over Tresor he come in and he score two amazing goals and garinger take the victor home.

The Wildcats also are ranked 13th nationally, eighth in state rankings 3 and first in NC Class 4A, according to maxpreps.com

The Wildcats’ next game is 6 p.m.   (Oct. 21) at Myers Park.

Schedule

Date Result Opponent Time
08/19 W 5 – 0 Hopewell (Huntersville, NC) 5:30pm
08/22 W 5 – 0 @ Hickory (Hickory, NC) 6:00pm
08/24 W 7 – 0 Hickory Ridge (Harrisburg, NC) 4:00pm
08/26 W 4 – 0 West Mecklenburg (Charlotte, NC) 5:30pm
08/28 W 6 – 0 @ Vance (Charlotte, NC) 5:30pm
09/03 W 9 – 0 Sun Valley (Monroe, NC) 5:30pm
09/04 W 9 – 0 Harding University (Charlotte, NC) 5:30pm
09/09  W 4-0 @ Butler (Matthews, NC) 6:00pm
09/10  W 9-0 @ North Mecklenburg (Huntersville, NC) 6:30 pm
9/11 W 10-1 Rocky River (Mint Hill) 6:30 p.m
9/16 w 6-1 @Porter Ridge 6:00 p.m
9/18 W 2-1 @Independence 6:00pm
9/23  w 3-1 @East Mack 6:00pm
9/25  w 4-1 @Myers park 6:00pm
10/02  w 4-2 Butler (Matthews, NC) 6:00pm
10/04  w 4-2 @ Central Academy (Monroe, NC) 6:30pm
10/7  w 8-0 Rocky River 6 p.m.
10/9  W 3-2 @ Porter 6 p.m.
10/14  w 2-1 @ Independence 6 p.m.
10/16  W 6-3 @ East Mecklenburg 6 p.m.
10/21 @ Myers Park (Charlotte, NC) 6:00pm

Roster

Coaches:  David Garrett, Kyle Hunt

# Name Position Grade
1

Francisco Gonzalez

GoalKeeper Jr.
4

Oscar Castro

Defender So.
5

Sergio Alvarado Garcia

Defender Sr.
6

Christian Ortiz

Midfielder So.
7

Jose Vanegas

Forward Sr.
8

Juan Ramirez

Midfield, Forward Sr.
9

Ruben Patino

Midfielder So.
10

Tresor Mbuyu (C)

Forward Jr.
11

Hussein Arsene

Forward Sr.
13

Juan David Vanegas

Midfielder Jr.
14

Eduardo Morales

Defender Sr.
15

Juan Carlos Ramirez

Defender So.
17

Shalom Dutey

Midfielder So.
19

Erick Ortiz

Midfielder Fr.
20

Jesus Ramos Beltran

GoalKeeper Fr.

 

Don’t forget to vote!

Today is voting day.

Students will vote in the upstairs media center during lunch. You must have your student ID in order to cast your vote.

All students will vote for one Executive Council President, Vice President and Secretary as well as one president, vice president and secretary for their class.

Here is the ballot:

Executive Council

President

  • Hakeem Dykes
  • Tiara Lowery
  • Gemille Sleweon
  • Daria Smith

Executive Council Vice-President

  • Danielle Polston
  • Hamish Toe
  • Tyri Rutland-Wilson
  • Ladeja Woodley

Executive Council Secretary

  • Candice Johnson

Senior Class

 President

  • Dre’Quan Gibson
  • Drew Hill
  • Shontell Mitchell
  • Zenobia Nichols
  • Robert Stevenson

Vice-President

  • Laquarra Audrey
  • Jesus Bermudez
  • Xavier Brown
  • Jerry Hunt
  • Manuel Lopez
  • Erick Rosales

Secretary

  • Brian Almendarez
  • Alicia Robinson

Junior Class

President

  • Le’Taystia Moore
  • Tatiana Kankrenza

Vice-President

  • Brianna Geddis

Secretary

  • Christeen Simon

 

Sophomore Class

President

  • Bri’Elle Whitman

Vice-President

  • Selah Grant

Freshman Class

President

  • Adior Barac
  • Ryan Batten
  • Juandrique Antonio-Chambers
  • Trayvone Glover-Hull
  • Nubia Jackson
  • Arcadia Peralta

Vice-President

  • Baldomero Chavez
  • Laniya Owens
  • Nadazia Price
  • Brecia Sinclair

Secretary

  • Parris Frederick
  • Jewel Holloman
  • Claudia Martinez
  • Hayley Sprinkles

Nadazia Price: Freshman Vice President

Q: What position do you want?

A: I want to be vice president.

Q: Have you been in Student Council before?

A: No, I have not been in council before.

Q: Why do you want to be in Student Council?

A: I want to be in student government because I believe I can help make a difference.

Q: What inspired you to do this?

A: My family and school inspired me to do this.

Q: What is the advantage of electing you?

A: The advantage of electing me is that ninth grade will have a smart and great leader.

Q: What are your goals as a council member?

A:  My goals for student council are to make education and helping others fun and to encourage other people to do the right thing.

Q: How do you think you can help the students academically?

A: I think I could help students academically by having tutorials or study hall to help students get help they need.

Q: What changes would you like to make?

A: I would like to have field trips and  a concession stand, and raise money to donate to a breast cancer foundation. Have more pep rallies and help the poor.

Q: How would you go about making those changes?

A: I will make more changes by having fundraisers to raise money and raffles.

Q: How will you get people to elect you? (How would you campaign?)

A: I will get people to elect me by hanging up posters, giving out candy, telling people my ideas and plans.

Tyri Rutland-Wilson: Executive Council Vice President

Q: What position do you want?

A: Executive council vice president.

Q: Have you been in Student Council before?

A: I have participated in student council for all three previous years of high school.

Q: Why do you want to be in Student Council?

A: I am a very innovative person and I always find it that my ideas are a great contribution when in student council.

Q: What inspired you to do this?

A:  The idea of being able to put my ideas together with other students’ to make something great!

Q: What is the advantage of electing you?

A: As the executive council vice president, I can assure the student body that I will work diligently to execute all reasonable wants and needs.

Q: What are your goals as a council member?

A: Generally, to serve as a liaison between students and officials as well as leading the student body while providing numerous opportunities.

Q: How do you think you can help the students academically?

A: Students deserve that one-on-one connection with their teachers; therefore I would try to implement extra tutoring sessions as well as more involvement with social networks for out-of-school communication.

Q: What changes would you like to make?

A: I would like to mend the communication bridge between students and officials, and provide more opportunities for students to offer up their ideas for future decisions. I would also like to plan a senior class trip!

Q: How would you go about making those changes?

A: First, I would hold meetings with the necessary officials to discuss what actions should be taken, then I would devote my time to take those actions and turn our wants into reality!

Q: How will you get people to elect you? (How would you campaign?)

A: Social network, posters, and simply letting the students know why I am the perfect candidate for the job!

Dre’Quan Gibson: Senior Class President

Gibson
Gibson

Q: What position do you want?
A:  Senior class president.
Q: Have you been in Student Council before?
A: No, I have not, but in the 8th grade, I was the class leader at Marie G. Davis.
Q: Why do you want to be in Student Council?
A: I want to be in student council because it will help me increase my leadership skills and help me get more involved with my peers thoughts, wants and issues here around Garinger High School.
Q: What inspired you to do this?
A: My peers.  Peers need people’s voices and that is why I am running.
Q: What is the advantage of electing you?
A: An advantage of electing me is making the students feel comfortable around Garinger –  letting them know we are one big family here at this school and that their issues matter to me.
Q: What are your goals as a council member?
A: My goal as a council member is to work hard with other council members to make sure 2013-2014 is a great school year, to make sure it is successful in academics and more.
Q: How do you think you can help the students academically?
A: By pushing students to take control of their learning. Make it to the point where it is the best for you. I would love to see a very high passing rate for Garinger High School and a higher graduation rate.
Q: What changes would you like to make?
A:  As of right now, there is not so much I would change. I will try to fight for a change with the morning process, because the quad area is cool and all but there are students who have to ask teachers questions in the morning or something. In my opinion that is too strict for high school students, making us sit in that one area.
Q: How would you go about making those changes?
A: Start a petition, have meetings with administrators about the situation, anything that I feel is useful to help.
Q: How will you get people to elect you? (How will you campaign?)
A: Promotion, Promotion, Promotion! It is all about socializing with EVERYONE. Letting people know that I am a good fit for the job and I will fight for any troubles they are having.

Claudia Martinez: Freshman Class Secretary

Martinez
Martinez

Q: What position do you want?

A: Secretary.

Q: Have you been in Student Council before?

A: No.

Q: Why do you want to be in Student Council?

A: I feel like I have a place in student council. I want to make good changes to the school, and I just want to be involved with the school.

Q: What inspired you to do this?

A: My friend is in it and I thought it would look good in a college application. It would also be fun.

Q: What is the advantage of electing you?

A: I am really neat, I take good notes I am very friendly and I will always get the job done no matter how hard it is. I am also bilingual. 🙂

Q: What are your goals as a council member?

A: I have school spirit, leadership and I have respect for all the people in school. I will respect and view their values.

Q: How do you think you can help the students academically?

A: Have celebrations or encourage students to do well on tests and if they do, we can have dances or parties.

Q: What changes would you like to make?

A: Lunch times, make school more organized more involved, change Garinger’s image.

Q: How would you go about making those changes?

A: More fund raisers. School involvement in the community. If I am elected, I will listen to everyone’s ideas and concerns.

Q: How will you get people to elect you? (How would you campaign?)

A: Not answered.

Christeen Simon: Junior Class Secretary

Q: What position do you want?

A:  Junior secretary.

Q: Have you been in Student Council before?

A: No.

Q: Why do you want to be in Student Council?

A: I am very responsible and want to make a difference in my school community.

Q: What inspired you to do this?

A: What inspired me to do student council was my love for making a change and the government shutdown.

Q: What is the advantage of electing you?

A: The advantage of electing me is being your voice heard and your opinions taken into action.

Q: What are your goals as a council member?

A: To better myself with my peers and make Garinger a better school as well as getting this reputation we have to change because I know we are a great school.

Q: How do you think you can help the students academically?

A: Giving them a better way to learn and even personally helping best ways I can.

Q: What changes would you like to make?

A: What changes I would like to make is in the classrooms, making them more focused on the students to help them learn better.

Q: How would you go about making those changes?

A: Surveying students on what makes them learn better and how teachers can interact with them to help as well as what extent teachers are willing to go to help students.

Q: How will you get people to elect you? (How would you campaign?)

A:  Using my outgoing personality and convincing catch phrases as well as honesty.