Girls Soccer team takes a shot at another championship


The Davis High Girls soccer team, with a 15-5 winning season, in Kaysville, Utah is on the path to a second championship win.

Once again, Davis High is looking for a chance to prove themselves as the girls’ varsity soccer team is steering on a road to victory. With 15 wins, the team has only fallen short 5 times this season.

Davis shows signs of progress, determination, and hope; especially after Davis won in a tight match against Layton in overtime on the 29th.

“They’ve competed well, they’ve come together and finished well in a cohesive unit,” says coach Souli Phongsavath.

“I think we can always be better, in our past games, but we’ve learned a lot and as far as our preparation goes, I think our main goal was just to be healthy for the playoffs,” says coach Phongsavath.

The defensive game for varsity has kept the team at float. The team is working on scoring more goals to solidify their chances at winning state.

The team also holds bonds stronger than stone,” We do a lot of team bonding like activities outside of it, and that really helps with our team unity, and we work well together,” says Emily Olney.

Last time girls soccer won was against American Fork in 2020. They lifted the glorifying trophy in the midst of covid-19, and they are ready to do it again.

Davis, although a contender, also have competition, “I think I’m confident we’re going to be able to compete. We have a little bit more difficult draw but I do like our draw,” says head-coach Souli.

Girls Varsity Soccer is starving for another win for both the team and Davis High School. Members of the team are fighting for the school, leaving fans at the end of their seats, and defending the tradition.