Winter Sports Recaps

Hear What Some Of Your Vanguards Had To Say About Their Seasons!

Brayden Bonnell 

Frontline: How did this season compare to last years? 

BB: We’ve pretty much bonded as a whole, like its a team where we’re connected with each other and obviously we’re a lot better than we were last year, we’re just closer to each other and know each other personally 

FL: What was your favorite part of this season? 

BB: Definitely the group we have together, we all just kinda fit in with each other, we’re all friends and we’ve known each other for a while so it’s just easy to be with that group 

FL: What’s been your favorite memory in your sport?

BB: After our league win against Yorba, everyone getting excited with each other in the lockers and just celebrating and then also just having the team meals and getting to bond together outside of playing, we can just hangout with each other and that setting is nice 

 

Madi Madrid 

Frontline: How did this season compare to last years? 

MM: Last year’s season was way different because of covid, and especially because of the girls that have left. This year it’s way smaller of a group and we were able to bond so much better than last year. We definitely weren’t as close as we are this year.

FL: What was your favorite part of this season? 

MM: Definitely the games; we really were able to find our connection in the field and the bond the whole team had.

FL: What motivates you to keep going? 

MM: My teammates and my coach. I want to do good so they can all do better as well and we can all give 110% 

FL: What is the best advice a coach has given you? 

MM: I think it would be not to give up, especially when you’re tired and you just want to stop, just to keep going because in the end it will be worth it.

 

Christian Vazquez 

Frontline: How did this season compare to last years? 

CV: This season compared to last season in that unfortunately our record hasn’t improved, but the atmosphere definitely has. We got a new couple of guys and everything has just been much better as everyone pushes each other to their limits, encouraging each other, being there for each other, which I really wouldn’ t be able to say about last season. 

FL: What was your favorite part of this season? 

CV: I really get to enjoy every single moment with the guys and make new memories with them

FL: What’s been your favorite memory in your sport?

CV: It’s hard to decide, I have a lot of favorite memories: winning games this year hasn’t really been in our favor, but every moment I get to spend with these guys is pure laughter and joy, they make every second count. 

FL: What is the best advice a coach has given you? 

CV: Never be satisfied with what you have accomplished, you can be happy, but never be satisfied

 

Dulce Paredes 

Frontline: How did this season compare to last years? 

DP: It was pretty good, I wasn’t here last year but I did pretty well. I went 30-6 and brought home a medal for every tournament I went to. 

FL: What was your favorite part of this season? 

DP: My favorite part of this season was placing second at one of the toughest tournaments in the county. 

FL: What’s been your favorite memory in your sport?

DP: Going to CIF my second year with a lot of the girls

FL: What motivates you to keep going? 

DP: The other girls motivate me, they keep trying their best and if I stop trying they stop trying. 

FL: What is the best advice a coach has given you? 

DP: The best advice a coach has given me is that if I make a mistake, to try and fix it during my next match. 

FL: What sports tradition do you most appreciate?

DP: Probably when we go to eat after the tournaments after starving ourselves to make weight. 

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