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Boys Soccer Seniors Remember Their Season

These seniors were honored on Tuesday night at their game against cross-town rivals Caldwell High.
Kace Royce #2 (photographer Jen Martinez).

Kace Royce #2

Kace Royce’s goal for his last season is to make it to state, so he working hard towards that before the season ends. His favorite memory was scoring one goal against Emmett. He is very excited to graduate but sad because it’s his last year on the team. He plans to go to college but be done with his soccer career.

Julian Torres #5

Julian Torres wants to make it to state and win, and he is putting in hard work towards that goal before the end of the season. His favorite memory this season was tying against Bishop Keilly. He is realizing that he getting older and is nervous about it but sad because it is his last year on the team and at Vallivue. He plans to go to college and wants to be a vet assistant.

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Gabe Ambrosio #6

Gabe Ambrosio’s goal is to make it to state and make varsity this season. He still has his eyes on making it to state. He always looks forward to going out with the team after games and going to eat. Ambrosio feels great and sad at the same time since it is his last season. He plans to go to college and earn a medical degree as well. He is excited about his future.

Reese Hyer #8

Senior Reese Hyer’s personal goal is to be the 4A Player of the Year, but his overall goal is to leave the program in a good spot and create a good environment for the returning players and incoming players next year, which will include his younger brother. His favorite memory is going out to eat after games and the support the team gets from their friends and family at every game. Hyer wants to play at the highest level possible that is best for him, whether that’s a community college so he can focus on academics or a D1 school to progress even further.

Josh Youngblood #13

Josh Youngblood’s goal was to score more than he did during his junior year of soccer, and he succeeded in that goal. His favorite memory of the season was to see his brother show up and watch him at his soccer games. Youngblood had many good memories on the team, but he is upset that it is his last season playing for the school. He plans to continue his soccer career after high school.

Kevin Rodriguez #14

Kevin Rodriguez’s favorite memory this season was bus rides after away games with the team and creating fun memories. He really has his mind set to go to state and win this year for his last year. He is excited that he is a senior and gets to graduate high school. He is gonna miss playing soccer with his team and the fun moments. Rodriguez plans to start his own business in the future.

Gabe Ramirez #17

Gabe Ramirez’s favorite memory was the game against Caldwell because they played very well as a team. His goal was to have an impact on others and the rest of the soccer team. He feels good because he has been able to observe his teammates and watch them improve and learn. Ramirez is sad that this is his last season with his team, but he plans to continue soccer for fun and go to college and study architecture or civil engineering.

Taran Christensen #20

Taran Christensen’s goal for the season was to play his heart out and enjoy the moments he had left. His favorite memory of the season was being able to see his family in the crowd while going against Bishop Kelly. He was in shock and happy to see them all there. He is looking forward to graduating, and he plans to continue his dad’s carpet business and see where he goes on in life.

Jorge Montoya #21

Jorge Montoya’s goal this season was to win state and to be determined and he working hard to achieve it. His favorite memory is when it was 1-0 against Bishop Kelly for a whole match. He is grateful for being able to improve and be around his soccer team with a beautiful culture and having a great coach. He enjoyed all the moments. For the future, Montoya wants to start his own business and attend BSU to earn his finance degree and work part time.

Reily Paredes #22

Reily Paredes’s goal for the season was to get as much playing time as possible and enjoy the moments as it was his last year for the school. He also wanted to go to state and to be able to leave the team with a piece of him to remember him by. His favorite memory was the BBQ with the whole team and getting to know each other. He is sad that this is his last year at Vallivue and that he is leaving the team as well. Reily plans to continue soccer and play for a Sunday league; he also wants to go to college or a trade school.

Dillon Wrench #23

Dillon Wrench’s goal for his last season was to earn a combined three goals and assists, and he was able to reach that goal. His favorite memory of the season was when his teammate Elijah Grimaldo won the rock-paper-scissors tournament. He is excited and feels good about being a senior, but he is disappointed for it to be his last season with the team. Wrench plans attend a four year college and major in accounting.

Yusuph Saidi #25

Yusuph Saidi’s favorite memory of the season was scoring and being able to assist. He is very excited to be a senior and ready to leave school and is planning to go to college after high school and see where he goes in life. Saidi is taking it day by day but plans to be successful in whatever he does.

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Nevaeh Alvarez, Staff Writer
Hey, my name is Nevaeh Isabell Alvarez. I am a 16-year-old sophomore at Vallivue High School, and I enjoy writing and getting to learn new things. I am honored to be able to be part of the journalism class this year, work on the paper, and meet new people who also enjoy writing as much as I do. I wanted to take the journalism class this year because I saw it as a great opportunity to be able to write more and learn how the journalism industry works. I enjoy writing about things such as current events and true stories, and I love to interview people. I enjoy putting great work out that people will enjoy and read. As I take this class, I want to learn more about how to properly write things in the journalism industry because I want to be able to do something involving journalism and writing for my career. I can't wait to start putting more news and stories out for you all to enjoy and read!
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