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High School Boys Soccer Team Planning Meeting
University School High School Boys Soccer Season - If you have not already been in contact and registered as being interested in being on the team for this year, please send your contact info to Angie Tolley, team mom/coordinator. Email is or 423-262-3877 . Registration is now to prepare for the upcoming season, and contacts need to be made by Wednesday, October 24, 2018.

High School Soccer 

Coach


Mr. Dan Almond
dan.almond@myhmg.com

 Assistant Coach


Mr. Reed Tallman
goalkeeperwaldo@hotmail.com

 


 

UH's Page Earns Class A All-State Honor
The following article was printed in the Johnson City Press:

High school soccer
UH's Page earns Class A All-State honor
Douglas Fritz • Updated Jul 13, 2018 at 7:18 PM
dfritz@johnsoncitypress.com

University's High's Walker Page was the only player from the Tri-Cities area on the TSWA All-State soccer team, which was released Friday.

Page, a junior, was chosen as a forward for the Class A squad. He helped the Buccaneers to a record of 10-4 and berth in the region tournament. He finished the year with 16 goals and 14 assists.

The team was selected by a committee from the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

Class AA state champion Greeneville had three players on the squad: Quinten Mitchel, J.P. Vital and Devin Vital.

 

Soccer Team Awards
Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Boys Soccer Team on an excellent season!  The following athletes received the following awards: 

Boys
Golden Boot: Walker Page, All Conference, All Region
Golden Ball: Malachi Heath, All conference, All Region
Offensive MVP: Bracken Burns, All Conference, All Region, Conference Defensive Freshman of the Year
Defensive MVP: Austin Baines, All conference 2nd Team
Coaches Award: Will Owen, All conference
Sportsmanship Award: Pate Anglin, All conference 2nd team, Conference Offensive Freshman of the Year
Pablo Rivas: All conference 2nd team

Girls
Golden Boot: Sarah Robinson, All conference, Conference Offensive Player of the Year
Golden Ball: Gracie Somich, All conference, All Region
Offensive MVP: Makenna Oiler, All District, All Region
Defensive MVP: Abby Gantz , All conference, All region, Conference Defensive Player of the Year
Coaches Award: Keaton Sant, All conference, 2nd team
Sportsmanship Award: Olivia Saucier, All conference 2nd team, Conference Defensive Rookie of the Year
Grace Moreland: All conference 2nd team
Breann Metcalf: All conference 2nd team
Dan Almond: Conference Coach of the year

So proud of your hard work this year, Bucs!

UH Boys Soccer News - 05/10/18 - UH Vs Doak conference championship

1st Half:  3 goals for Doak

2nd Half:  Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Walker Page, 2 goals for Doak

Final 5-1.  District Runner Up

UH will travel to Alcoa on Tuesday, May 15th, at 6:00 p.m., for the Region Semi-final game.

The following Photo Gallery is in the Johnson City Press

The following article was printed in the Johnson City Press:

University High soccer
University High succumbs to top-ranked Chuckey-Doak in 1-A soccer final
Pat Kenney • Updated May 10, 2018 at 10:43 PM

AFTON—Bridesmaids no more.

After spending years in the shadow of perennial powerhouse Greeneville, it was finally Chuckey-Doak's time to shine. The Greene Devils now compete in Class AA, with the Black Knights dominating Class A soccer.

On Thursday, in the District 1-A tournament final at Chuckey-Doak, the Black Knights cruised to a 5-1 win over visiting University High.

Next up, Chuckey-Doak (17-0-0), the No. 1-ranked Class A team in the state, will host District 2 runner-up Gatlinburg-Pittman in the Region 1 semifinals. The Bucs (10-3-0) will travel to take on District 1 champ Alcoa. The Tornadoes beat the Highlanders 2-0 in the District 2 championship match.

"For eight years we'd finished second to Greeneville," said Chuckey-Doak coach Anna Ricker. "Right now, it feels really good to be the district champs."

Their hardly seemed any doubt about the outcome. From the start, the Black Knights imposed their will on the Bucs.

Just six minutes into the match, Levin Cammann crossed a ball to Brendan Shipley, who one-timed it into the back of the University High net.

Eight minutes later, Cammann blasted a shot off the crossbar that landed at the feet of Cristian Vazquez, who deftly placed the ball in the upper-left corner of the goal for a quick 2-0 advantage.

Shipley notched his second goal of the contest in the 19th minute and Chuckey-Doak was able to maintain that lead for the remainder of the half.

University High got some solace two minutes into the second half when Malachi Heath took a pass from Walker Page and fired a shot under the diving Black Knights goalkeeper. That narrowed the deficit to 3-1, but it was as close as the Bucs could get.

Chuckey-Doak's Julius Zaher weaved through the UH defense and upped the lead to 4-1 on a brilliant finish. He added another goal in the 59th minute for the final margin of victory.

"We knew going in it would be a tough game and we were ready for that," said Zaher. "We knew we were the better team and I think today we showed everyone here that we were."

The Black Knights' stingy defense was led by sweeper Dylan Lee, who, along with his backline teammates, held the Bucs to just three shots on goal.

"All I could think of after the final whistle was how crazy it is to finally be the champions," Lee said. "It almost brings tears to my eyes."

University High's three losses this season have come at the hands of the Black Knights.

"All the credit goes to them," said UH coach Dan Almond. "They played great. I look forward to having another shot at them in the regionals."

UH Boys Soccer Wins District Semi-final Game
UH Boys Soccer Wins District Semi-final Game: 

1st Half:

Goal by Walker Page assisted by Pablo Rivas

2nd Half:

Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Walker Page
Penalty Kick goal by Pablo Rivas

Tyler Barnes registered 8 saves in the shutout.

3-0 final

UH earns their 10th win of the season and a region birth.  UH will travel to Chuckey Doak for the district final Thursday at 6:00 pm.

Go, Bucs, Go!!!!!  Keep on Kickin'! 


 

Boys Soccer Wins over KACHEA on Senior Night
Boys Soccer Wins over KACHEA on Senior Night:

1st Half:

Goal by Reed Bushore Maki assisted by Sam Rojas
Goal by Pablo Rivas assisted by Walker Page

2-0 at half

2nd Half:

Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Pate Anglin
Goal by Reed Bushore Maki unassisted
Goal by Pate Anglin assisted by Will Owen
Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Bracken Burns
Goal by Pate Anglin unassisted

7-0 final

Tyler Barnes, Viraj Brahmbhatt, and Wes Estes all allowed no goals for the night.

UH hosts West Greene on Tuesday, May 8th, at 6:30 p.m., at Winged Deer for first round of conference.  Go, Bucs, Go!


 

Soccer Win Over Hampton
Congratulations to our High School Boys Soccer team for their win over Hampton! 

    1st Half: 3-0

    Walker Page Goal from a corner by Bracken Burns
    Hampton own goal
    Pate Anglin Goal from a corner by Bracken Burns

   2nd Half:

   Will Owen goal assisted by Walker Page

   4-0 final.

   Tyler Barnes finished with a clean sheet and 4 saves.

   UH earned the # 2 spot in the conference playoffs and will host West Greene at Winged Deer next Tuesday, May 8th,  at 6:30.

   UH finishes the regular season vs. KACHEA at ETSUs Summers Taylor Stadium as their senior night Thursday, May 3rd, at 6:30.

   UH currently sits 8-2 for the season.

The following article was printed in the Johnson City Press:

High school roundup: Crockett plays 'Toppers to scoreless tie
Johnson City Press • Updated May 1, 2018 at 11:09 PM
......
University High 4

Hampton 0

HAMPTON—Walker Page had a goal and an assist as the Jr. Bucs garnered the No. 2 seed for their conference playoffs.

Pate Anglin and Will Owen also put the ball in the net, and Bracken Burns contributed a pair of assists.

Aided by an own-goal by the Bulldogs, UH took a 3-0 lead to intermission.

Goalkeeper Tyler Barnes finished with a clean sheet, totaling four saves along the way.

The Junior Bucs (8-2) finish the regular season by hosting KACHEA at East Tennessee State's Taylor Stadium this Thursday. Their postseason begins with a match against West Greene next Tuesday at Winged Deer Park.

Both contests start at 6:30 p.m.

Soccer Victory!  UH 9, Sullivan Central 2
Soccer Victory! UH 9, Sullivan Central 2.....

1st Half: 3-2 at half
Central own goal
Walker Page goal assisted by Malachi Heath
Central Goal
Walker Page goal assisted by Malachi Heath
Central Goal

2nd Half:
Malachi Heath unassisted
Pate Anglin goal assisted by Pablo Rivas
Malachi Heath goal assisted by Walker Page
Walker Page goal assisted by Bracken Burns
Austin Baines goal chipping the goalkeeper from 40 yards out from a right fullback position!
Malachi Heath goal assisted by Walker Page

9-2 final

Tyler Barnes finished the night with 10 saves

UH travels to Hampton on Tuesday, May 1st, for their final regular season district game at 6:00 p.m., before finishing the season for senior night on Thursday, May 3rd, at 6:30 p.m., at ETSU's stadium.


Soccer Team Scores Another Victory
UH at West Greene: 

1st Half:

Goal by Pate Anglin assisted by Will Owen

2nd Half:

Goal by West Greene

Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Will Owen

 Tyler Barns with 8 saves on the night

Final 2-1  Way to go, Bucs!

UH hosts Sullivan Central on Thursday, April 26th, at Winged Deer Park at 6:30 p.m.  Come out and support our Bucs!


Soccer News - UH at Volunteer
Soccer News - UH at Volunteer:  

1st Half:

Walker Page goal assisted by Pablo Rivas
Aaron Voudrie goal assisted by Pate Anglin

2nd Half:

Walker Page assisted by Bracken Burns
Tyler Barnes: 4 saves in the shutout

2-0 half, 3-0 final.  Way to go, Bucs!

UH hosts district opponent Hampton on Thursday, April 12th, at 6:30 p.m.,  at Winged Deer.  Come out and support our Kickin' Bucs!

 

Soccer News - UH vs Chuckey Doak

1st Half:  Doak scored 5 goals. 2nd Half:Excellent second half response by UH with a unassisted volley by Bracken Burns from 30 yards out.  Then a penalty kick goal by Will Owen. Final: 5-2


 

 

UH vs West Greene Soccer
UH vs West Greene Soccer:

First half: 0-0

Second Half:

Goal by Walker Page assisted by Pate Anglin, Goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Moses Coley

Next game Thursday, April 5th, vs Chuckey Doak at Winged Deer at 6:30 p.m.  Go, Bucs, Go!

 


HS Boys Soccer News

UH hosted Daniel Boone on Thursday, March 29th.  We won 5-2!

In the 1st half, we scored 3 goals:  1st Goal by Will Owen assisted by Walker Page. 2nd goal by Bracken Burns assisted by Walker Page. 3rd goal by Pate Anglin assisted by Malachi Heath.  Halftime score 3-1.  In the 2nd half, we scored two more goals:  4th goal by Malachi Heath assisted by Pate Anglin.  5th goal by Bracken Burns assisted by Walker Page.  Tyler Barnes finished the night with 5 saves in goal.

UH opens conference play Tuesday (April 3rd) vs West Greene at Winged Deer at 6:30p.m.  Come out and support our Bucs!


The following article was printed in the Johnson City Press:

High school roundup
Burns, Page anchor 5-2 win for UH soccer team
Johnson City Press • Mar 29, 2018 at 10:38 PM  

Bracken Burns accounted for a pair of goals and Walker Page three assists Thursday night, lifting University High to a 5-2 home soccer victory over Daniel Boone.
 
Will Owen, Burns and Pete Anglin found the back of the opposing net as UH constructed a 3-1 halftime lead. Two of those tallies came off assists from Page.Malachi Heath and Burns did the second-half scoring honors for the Jr. Bucs.Heath and Anglin both finished with a goal and an assist while Tyler Barnes registered five saves in goal.


UH opens conference play Tuesday versus West Greene. The 6:30 p.m. match will be played at Winged Deer Park. 
Also on Tuesday, Daniel Boone plays host to Science Hill with action beginning at 5:30 p.m.

 

UH Boys Soccer Began Season with Victory Over KATCHEA
UH Boys Soccer Began Season with Victory Over KATCHEA: 

First Half: 2-0

Walker Page opened scoring with a PK and followed up with a header off a cross from Bracken Burns.

Second Half: 9-1 final

Malachi Heath scores a hat trick with two assisted by Walker Page.  Bracken Burns and Will Owen also scored with Walker Page getting his 3rd and 4th goal for the night with an assist from Burns.  Tyler Barnes finished the night with three saves and one goal allowed. The Bucs will host Daniel Boone at 6:30 p.m., on Thursday, March 29th.

Come out and cheer for our Kickin' Bucs!!!!


 

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