Roseville soccer works hard during their season


Lauren May

Roseville prepared to make a defensive play against Port Huron.

Madison White, Sports Editor

This season, the Roseville varsity soccer team has been working hard to show what they have got against teams near and far. Many games that end with the score being 0-0 and end up being boring, but the Roseville vs. Port Huron game on Monday Sep. 18 was a completely different one. Due to an injury, senior and team captain Ryan Shiemke could not participate in this game.

“They all played hard and I wish I was on the field with them.” Shiemke said.

Senior and goalie Matthew Dutkiewicz had dominated the game with a penalty kick save and multiple other saves throughout the game. According to senior and player Joe Zerilli, the team had played the game really well as a whole.

Many amazing defensive plays where made in the last few minutes, leaving the game in suspense. Dutkiewicz had also made a play that highlighted the entire game with a save using his face.

“Last night’s game was a tough one. It felt like a battle. Port Huron was a very difficult team to face.” said Dutkiewicz.

Roseville soccer works hard to play together as a team.