WESTPORT - The Westport girls soccer team is hoping some new talent can combine with upperclassmen to make this season a successful one.
"We are a very young and inexperienced team," said head coach Brad Rascoe. "Hopefully the girls will improve through the season and be competitive in each game that they play."
Returning starters Valentina Rodriguez, Martha McKinley and Christina Sherman will be relied on as leaders, both on the offensive end and the defensive end. Seniors Kelsey Carroll, Morgan Robare, and Anna Finucane also bring much needed experience. Molly Rascoe returns as the starting goalkeeper.
Filling out the roster are juniors Nancy Armitage, Aisleigh Frum, Elizabeth Peasley, Cassidy Carroll, and Michelle Quaglietta; sophomores Allison Sherman, Dorie Souris, Willa McKinley, Mallory Sudduth, Karlee McGee, Alexa Mitchell, Emily French, Kasaydia Carter-Martinez and Delaney Sears; and eighth grader Brendee Russell.
"Our goals are to improve our fundamentals and play as a team, working hard together," said Rascoe.