Ultimate Wins

From the Ultimate coach, Goerge White:

Wyoming’s varsity Ultimate team ran their record to 2-1 with a resounding 14-5 win over Centerville Sunday.  The senior trio of Jay Klein, Jaden Shapiro, and Joe White again led the way, each accounting for at least seven goals—caught or thrown—but the real story of the game was Wyoming’s impressive zone defense, which repeatedly forced lengthy Centerville possessions ending in turnovers, and taking the game from a 2-3 deficit to a 12-4 lead in a 10-1 run that spanned both halves.  The entire roster of players contributed to the effective zone D.  The varsity’s next game is Sunday at 3 vs. Lakota at the Wyoming Rec Center.

The JV also won its second game, with an 11-3 win over Mason’s JV squad.  Sophomore Elliott Fuller led the way with four scoring throws, two goals caught, and 11 forced turnovers (D’s), while fellow sophomore Victoria Lentz had two goals caught and eight D’s.  The JV has a strong group of sophomores, boding well for the future of Ultimate at Wyoming.

Also in Ultimate news:

Two Wyoming seniors have been selected for the first ever Cincinnati High School Ultimate All Star game, where they will be joined by the best players from the more than 30 schools in the Cincinnati area fielding teams in the local high school league, including two local players who have been selected to play on the US national team in the Ultimate World games in Poland this summer.  Joe White, a first team All State selection last year, and Jaden Shapiro, will represent Wyoming Ultimate in the All Star game.

The game will be played Friday, April 22, at 8 pm at the Seven Hills School turf field, under the lights.  The public is invited, and admission is free.  Further information about the game may be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/798009390329453/.

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