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Huntington North HS
Your 2019 HNHS Lady Viking Soccer Team
Alyssa is the daughter of Vince and Marla Brinkman. she attended Northwest, and Lancaster Elementary School and Riverview Middle school before attending Huntington North High School.
Alyssa has participated in the girls soccer program for 4 years a scholar-athlete, a member of the National Honor Society and in the top 25 of of her class.
Alyssa plans on pursuing a degree in exercise science and Kinesiology and then getting her graduate degree in physical therapy from IU or IUPUI.
Alyssa's favorite memory from high school soccer:
Is from freshman year when Claire broke the lock on the ball door with a bobby pin and boys team and Coach Piper had to climb up the tower to open the door.
Alyssa's advice to underclassmen:
Always give 100% both on and off the field. I promise you the sore muscles and exhaustion will be worth it. Enjoy every moment on the field because the seasons will fly by.
Ashlynn is the daughter of Candy & Kevin Foster. She attended Roanoke Elementary School and Crestview Middle School before attending Huntington North HS.
Ashlynn has participated in the girls soccer program for 4 years. Ashlynn was also involved the basketball, and track during her past 4 years.
Ashlynn plans on going to college at St. Francis to study Radiology.
Ashlynn’s favorite memory from high school soccer:
was being awarded first team all-conference when coming back from major surgery.
Ashlynn’s advice to underclassmen:
Enjoy every opportunity on the field with your teammates, whether it's at practice or a game, because you never know when it could be your last.
Allie is the daughter of Brooke and Jim Aschliman. She attended Northwest Elementary School and Riverview Middle School before attending to North High School. Allie has participated in the girls soccer program for 4 years. Allie also is on Huntington North's swim and track teams. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Junior Rotary and in the student Athletic Board. She hopes to attend Indiana University degree in elementary education and get her degree.
Allie's favorite memory from high school soccer:
I can't really put a finger on a specific memory for the whole season this year has been amazing. I really enjoyed going closer to all the girls on the team this year and wish nothing but the best for them.
Allie’s Advice to underclassmen:
Make sure to always put in hard work and effort. Not only will it impact your playing ability but will create good habits to apply in life also make sure to build a good team relationship, for the memories you make will last a lifetime.
Autumn is the daughter of Steve and Pamela Anderson. She attended Roanoke Elementary School and Crestview Middle School before attending Huntington North High School.
Autumn has participated in the girls soccer program for four years on the varsity team. Autumn is also involved in National Honor Society, top 25 in the class, Class Council, Campus Life, and Blessings in a Backpack.
Autumn plans to attend college after high school but it's this time has not decided where or what she's going to study.
Autumn’s favorite memory from high school: it's hard to choose just one memory that is my favorite I'm over the years, but one of the most memorable experiences for me was junior year when we beat DeKalb for the first time. It was really fun playing with Amaya Sunderman and watching our whole team work together so well, that game was also memorable because it was a game I tore my ACL and it was the last time I was able to play with these amazing teammates.
Autumns advice to underclassmen these four years really fly by so fast, trust me. Enjoy your time with your teammates, respect the coaches, work hard, have fun, and never take any moment for granted.
Bella is the daughter of Amy Owens and Jim Bercik. She attended Northwest Elementary School and Riverview MS before attending HNHS.
Bella has participated in the girls soccer program for 4 years.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, Campus Life, and a Scholar-Athlete.
Bella has plans on going to college in hopes of IU or Purdue. She would like to pursue your degree in accounting or actuarial science.
Bella's favorite memory from my school soccer: was when we were playing Jailbreak and Daphnee was distracted by a butterfly (also known as the clouds) and we still make fun of her.
Bella's advice to underclassmen: Get to know each off the field as well as on because it will strengthen your bond so much more and bring everyone closer
Kodi Is the daughter of Brian and Sarah Douglas. he attended Northwest Elementary School and Riverview Middle School before attending HNHS.
Kodi participated in girls soccer for 4 years he is also on the Huntington North softball team and is a member of National Honor Society and a Scholar Athlete
Kodi’s plans on going to college in hopes of playing softball and she would like to pursue a degree in Psychology/Criminal Justice and work for the FBI.
Kodi’s favorite memory from high school soccer: Sophomore year when we were in our first sectional game against Homestead. We went to penalty kicks and I stopped 2 goals to put us in for the win and everyone freaked out we were all jumping and hugging each other!
Kodi’s advice to underclassmen: make sure who make the best of high school because you look back on these four years when you're an adult in wish you were back on the practice field, sitting at lunch with your friends and you probably give anything to play one more High School game with your team-mates. These are the best years of your life, don't waste them!
Katie is the daughter of Matt & Gayle Melcher. She attended Roanoke Elementary School Crestview middle school before attending Huntington North High School.
Katie participated in the soccer program for two years. Katie is also on the Huntington North softball team. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Freshman Mentoring, Class Counsel, Riley Dance Marathon, Top 25, Junior Rotarian, and Blessings in a Backpack.
Katie's favorite memory from high school soccer: when coach Steele and coach Feemster finally talked me into playing soccer. At first, I thought they were joking, but they were completely serious and here I am today playing with these amazing people.
Katie's advice to underclassmen: always play with intensity and effort don't be afraid to try new things, take it from a girl who started playing soccer her senior year.
Daphnee is the daughter of Troy and Sadie Landrum. She attended Horace Mann & Flint Springs Elementary School and Riverview Middle School before attending HNHS.
Daphne has participated in the girls soccer program for 4 years at the varsity level. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Freshman Mentoring, Class Counsel, Freshman Council Member, Huntington Youth Leadership, Junior Rotarian and Blessings in a Backpack. She is a four-year scholar-athlete, and has earned two time all-conference 4 defense and offense.
Daphnee Plans to attend Taylor University or Huntington University and major in education or social work.
Daphne's favorite memory from High School soccer:
Steel’s famous pregame quotes like “Goal scorers score goals” and “young teams become older teams”. This year we have really become a family with all the memories & relationships made this season.
Her advice to underclassmen: make sure your teammates and coach your second family, I promise they’re the best people to be around.
Dairian’s the daughter of Jim and Lisa Goelz. she attended Roanoke Elementary School and Crestview Middle School before attending Huntington North High School.
Dairian began playing soccer in the third grade. She played for Upward and Roanoke Youth League and joined a travel soccer team at the age of 9 and it's played ever since. She has been a part of the varsity soccer program since her freshman year
Over the past four years Dairian has been involved in Class Council, Freshman Mentoring, Campus Life, and Blessings in a Backpack.
Dairian’s favorite memory from high school soccer: my favorite memory from HNHS Soccer was sophomore year we beat Homestead in penalty kicks to advance to the sectional championship.
Dairian’s Advice to underclassmen: never take any moments for granted , in the game of life. Work hard in everything you do , and most importantly have fun.