He felt the season was at a crossroads. It was at about the midpoint of the 2017-2018 season when Lafayette Christian School boys’ coach Jarred Pike got the players together for a meeting. “We challenged our guys about midway through the year, the leaders on the team, and basically everybody, to keep each other accountable, and to work hard for one another on the court,” Pike said. “We sat them down, and we talked to them, and we said you have to do your job. Don’t try to do his job.
It was all LaGrange. The LaGrange High soccer teams were on the road against cross-town rival Callaway on Friday, and they won the two games by a combined score of 17-0. In the girls’ game, freshman Sydney Ormsby notched three goals for her first career hat-trick to lead LaGrange to a 9-0 victory. In the boys’ game, Robert Reese had three goals as LaGrange soared to an 8-0 win.
During his time as a football player at LaGrange High, Dezhaun Artis once considered leaving the team, but head coach Dialleo Burks was having none of it. “He was ready to quit,” Burks said. “I told him I’m not going to let you do that. And he had a legitimate reason. Most of them are not. He needed (football). And it turned out very well for him.”Indeed it did.
Congratulations to Callaway's Kelly Carlisle, who has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Point University. Kelly had a big turnout for her signing celebration on Friday in the school's cafeteria. Best of luck to Kelly as she gets ready for her college journey. https://t.co/zfRjvhqPoM
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