2021 - Varsity

Varsity Girls Soccer
Coach Dean Walker
Asst. Amanda Clapper

2021 BCS Champions

Back Row: Coach DJ Walker, Megan James, Kayla Berg, Natalie DeYoung-Foster, Samantha Nicholson, Isabelle Martin-Havlock, Julia Kruis, Lydia Kruis, Assistant Coach Amanda Clapper.=
Front Row: Summer Beavers, Maya DeYoung-Foster, Litzy Ramirez, Leslie Ramirez, Madigan Webster, Anna Putti, and Noelle Keene

6-9 - MHSAA Regional Semi - Comstock 1- Three Rivers 6

After a 3-hour rain delay and a venu change, Comstock's season was ended by the Wildcats of Three Rivers 6-1. Lydia Kruis scored the only goal for the Colts and, while there were several other chances, the Wildcats keeper was just too stout for the Colts to get by again. Comstock ends the season at 16-5-1, a school best, having re-written the record books several times over this season. The Colts head into the off-season looking to build on what they accomplished this year.

6-3 - MHSAA District Final - Comstock 8 - Springport 5

Comstock secured their first-ever district tournament title by defeating Springport 8-5. Kayla Berg and Lydia Kruis could not be contained with Berg scoring a season-high 5 goals and Kruis adding the remaining 3. The Colts were able to celebrate on their home field and proudly hoist their trophy before looking ahead to Three Rivers in the regional semifinals.

6-1 - MHSAA District Semi - Comstock 4 - Parchment 1

Comstock won a hard-fought game against Parchment in the district semifinals by a score of 4-1. Few things came easy for the Colts in the first half, entering halftime tied 1-1 on a goal scored by Lydia Kruis. In the 2nd half, however, Maya DeYoung Foster came alive, scoring 3 goals on 7 shots and secured the trip to the district finals. Comstock awaits the winner of Springport and Olivet on Wednesday.

5-27 - MHSAA District Quarter - Comstock 7 - Hillsdale 0

Comstock hosted Hillsdale in the opening round of districts and won by a convincing 7-0 margin. Kayla Berg had a hat-trick with Anna Putti, Lydia Kruis, Maya DeYoung-Foster, and Litzy Ramirez scoring goals of their own. Comstock advances to play Parchment in the semifinals.

5-24 - Comstock 1 - Olivet 4

Comstock suffered their first loss in the month of May, going down to Olivet b a score of 4-1. Kayla Berg scored Comstock's lone goal, assisted by Litzy Ramirez, early in the first half and then the Colts were shut out for the rest of the game. The Colts will host the district tournament, however, and open up the post-season against Hillsdale on Thursday.

5-20 - Comstock 6 - Bangor 1

Comstock brings their winning streak up to 8 with a 6-1 victory over Bangor at home. Lydia Kruis racked up 3 goals and an assist with Kayla Berg adding 2 more and Maya DeYoung-Foster adding one of her own. The Colts go back on the road against Olivet next Monday before hosting districts.

5-19 - Comstock 8 - Michigan Lutheran 5

Comstock secured at least a share of the BCS conference title Wednesday night in a game that was spiritually much closer than the final score of 8-5. The Colts led at halftime 4-2 and Michigan Lutheran came out in the 2nd half and closed the gap. In the end, Comstock was just too much to handle and a flurry of goals from Kayla Berg (4 total) secured the win and the title. Also making the stat sheet were Litzy Ramirez (2 goals, 1 assist), Leslie Ramirez (1 goal, 2 assists), and Lydia Kruis (1 goal). The Colts host the Bangor Vikings tomorrow.

5-17 - Comstock 8 - Bronson 0

Comstock brings their away tour to a close with a win over Bronson by a score of 8-0. Kayla Berg and Lydia Kruis each had a hat-trick and sisters Leslie and Litzy Ramirez added the remaining 2. Comstock hosts Michigan Lutheran on Wednesday with conference title implications.

5-12 - Comstock 4 - New Buffalo 1

Comstock defeated New Buffalo on the road by a margin of 4-1. Kayla Berg and Litzy ramirez split the scoring between them, each with 2 goals, with Litzy, Maya DeYoung-Foster, and Lydia Kruis contributing with assists. Comstock will travel to Bronson next Monday.

5-10 - Comstock 5 - Bridgman 3

Comstock traveled to Bridgman and defeated the Bees 5-3. Kayla Berg and Anna Putti led the Colts with 2 goals a piece while Lydia Kruis capped off the scoring with 1 of her own and added 3 assists as well. Comstock continues their away tour at New Buffalo on Wednesday.

5-6 - Comstock 9 - Hartford 4

Comstock won on the road vs Hartford 9-4. Lydia Kruis opened the scoring with her solitary goal while Kayla Berg led all scorers with 4 goals. Leslie Ramirez and Anna Putti each had 2, with both of Putti's goals coming off of headers from corner kicks. Comstock travels to Bridgman on Monday.

5-5 - Comstock 7 - Buchanan 1

Comstock defeated Buchanan Wednesday by a score of 7-1. Kayla Berg, Maya DeYoung-Foster, and Anna Putti each put in 2 goals while Litzy Ramirez added one of her own to close out the game. Comstock travels to take on Hartford on Thursday.

5-3 - Comstock 5 - LMC 4

Comstock traveled Monday to take on St Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic and won in a close one by a margin of 5-4. Kayla Berg led all scorers with a hat-trick and Lydia Kruis put in 2 more from long distance. LMC rallied late to bring it within 1 and had several chances at the equalizer but goalkeeper Summer Beavers and the defense remained strong to close out the game with the win. The Colts host Buchanan this Wednesday.

4-30 - Comstock 4 - Saugatuck 4

Comstock hosted Saugatuck Friday night in a wild game that ended in a 4-4 tie. The Colts took the lead early with a goal from Kayla Berg and a goal from Lydia Kruis that went in from 40 yards out. Comstock then gave up 4 in a row in a flurry of quick goals from Saugatuck to come to the half down 4-2. Berg added a second goal off of a perfectly placed corner kick from Litzy Ramirez and Maya DeYoung-Foster added a goal of her own to draw even with Saugatuck. The Colts travel next to Lake Michigan Catholic next Monday.

4-28 - Comstock 1 - South Haven 9

Comstock's 5-game win streak was snapped Wednesday night at South Haven by a Margin of 9-1. Comstock's only goal was the game opener when Lydia Kruis found Kayla Berg in stride on a one-timer cross from the left side. The Colts look to rebound Friday at home against Saugatuck.

4-23 - Comstock 1 - Parchment 0

Comstock defeated Parchment on Friday by a score of 1-0. In a frenetic final minute of gameplay Comstock put several shots on goal and Senior Maya DeYoung-Foster was fouled in the penalty area while trying to put back a rebound. Junior Kayla Berg made the ensuing penalty kick with 35 seconds remaining and Comstock held out until the final whistle to secure the victory. Comstock looks to extend its winning streak to 5 tonight at home against Niles-Brandywine.

4-20 - Comstock 9 - Covert 0

Comstock girls soccer defeated Covert by a margin of 9-0. Senior sisters Natalie and Maya DeYoung-Foster led all scorers with 2 goals a piece. Also making the stat-sheet with goals of their own were seniors Megan James, Leslie Ramirez, and Julia Kruis, sophomore Lydia Kruis, and freshman Summer Beavers. The Colts travel to take on Parchment this Friday.

4-19 - Comstock 4 - Niles 1

Comstock girls soccer defeated Niles 4-1 in a game in which freshman goalkeeper Summer Beavers was the difference, saving 23 of 24 shots on goal. Sophomore Lydia Kruis led all scorers with 2 goals with juniors Madigan Webster and Kayla adding the remaining 2. The Colts look to continue their win-streak Tuesday at home versus Covert.

4-14 - Comstock 9 - Berrien Springs 1

Comstock girls soccer defeated Berrien Springs by a 9-1 margin. Senior Leslie Ramirez opened up the scoring and masterfully found the back of the net from 30 yards out while sophomore Lydia Kruis led all players with 3 goals on 8 shots as well as providing an assist. Senior Maya DeYoung-Foster and Sophomore Litzy Ramirez each had 2 goals apiece and Junior Kayla Berg chipped in 1 with a pair of assists as well. The defense, led by Seniors Megan James and Natalie DeYoung-Foster, was stingy - holding Berrien to only 1 goal on a just 3 shot attempts, Freshman goalkeeper Summer Beavers saving the other 2. The Colts look to continue their momentum on the road next Monday vs Niles.

4-10 - Comstock 0 - Schoolcraft 8
4-10 - Comstock 0 - Loy Norrix 8

It was a tough night at the Loy Norrix mini tournament as Comstock was held scoreless in a double-header. Lydia Kruis, Maya DeYoung Foster, and Kayla berg all had promising runs at the goal but ultimately couldn't find the back of the net.