2022 - Varsity

Varsity Girls Soccer
Coach Dean Walker
Asst. Coach Amanda Clapper

2022 SW10 Conference Champions

2022 SW10 Champions

Top Row: Litzy Ramirez, Taze Johnson, Isa Hardwick, Lauren Webb, Lydia Kruis (captain), Alondra Chiquito
Bottom Row: Amanda Clapper (assistant coach), Madigan Webster (captain), Zamaiyah Williams, Summer Beavers, Anna Putti, Paisley Meyle, Dean Walker (head coach)
Not pictured: Bella Havlock

5-25 – MHSAA District - Comstock 0 - Parchment 8

Comstock left the district tournament early and went home scoreless against Parchment with a 0-8 final score. The Colts finished the season 7-11 overall.

5-23 – Comstock 6 - Sturgis 11

Comstock returned home and lost a barn-burner to Sturgis, 11-6. Lydia Kruis and Anna Putti were the goal-scorers with 4 and 2 respectively with assists coming in from goalkeeper Summer Beavers off of a deep drop-kick, Alondra Chiquito, Lydia Kruis, and Madigan Webster off of a free kick. This game closed out the Colts’ regular season, they enter the district tournament with a rematch against Parchment on Wednesday.

5-19 – Comstock 1 - Michigan Lutheran 9

Comstock traveled to St Joseph and lost a tough match to Michigan Lutheran on Thursday 9-1 with Lydia Kruis scoring the lone goal, assisted by Anna Putti.

5-16 – Comstock 4 - Hartford 1

Comstock wrapped up conference play and secured the SW10 conference title on Monday by defeating Hartford 4-1. In addition to the back-to-back conference titles for the Colts, Junior Lydia Kruis also broke the previous school record of 50 goals in a season by scoring 3 in this contest, bringing her total to 52. Sophomore Anna Putti added the final goal as well as an assist.

5-12 – Comstock 9 - Bangor 1

Comstock traveled to Bangor on Thursday and beat the Vikings 9-1 in spite being down a player for the game due to injury. Junior Lydia Kruis scored 7, tying for 9th
 all-time on the MHSAA leaderboard for goals in a game. The other 2 goals came from Alondra Chiquito and Taze Johnson; assists came from Anna Putti (4), Litzy Ramirez (1), and Madigan Webster (1).

5-9 – Comstock 9 - Marcellus 0

Comstock returned back to conference play, the first of 3 consecutive conference games being a re-match against Marcellus. Again, Lydia Kruis dominated with 6 goals and was assisted by Litzy Ramirez and Madigan Webster. Ramirez added 2 goals of her own and Anna Putti added a goal as well. The Colts have another conference re-match against the Bangor Vikings on Thursday.

5-7 – Quincy Tourney - Comstock 6 - Maple Valley 2

Comstock traveled to Quincy to participate in a 4-team tournament, drawing Maple Valley in the first round. The Colts won a deceptively comfortable game, 6-2, with Lydia Kruis putting up 5 goals assisted from Anna Putti, Litzy Ramirez, and Taze Johnson. Ramirez, with her 2 assists, broke the school record for assists in a season (19, previously held by Kruis) and looks to build upon that as the season continues. Johnson was the other scorer, assisted by Kruis.

5-7 - Quincy Tourney - Comstock 4 - Quincy 10

The Colts found themselves up against the hosts, Quincy, in the 2nd
 round and were ultimately defeated 10-4. Although Comstock kept within striking distance most of the game, they could never keep Quincy out of the back-field for long and, with 6 minutes remaining in the contest, the floodgates opened and the game went out of reach. Comstock took home the consolation prize of 2nd place in the tournament.

5-4 – Comstock 6 - Buchanan 7

Comstock lost a heartbreaker on the road in Buchanan on Wednesday, 6-7. The Colts entered halftime down 6-2 with goals from each of Lydia Kruis and Litzy Ramirez. Kruis completely took over the 2nd
 half and was un-guardable, putting up 4 more goals. With the clock under 2 minutes, down 1, Kruis again found herself marked by 3 Bucks and was still able to take a shot that would have equalized the game had it not found the right post. The colts would not have another opportunity and would leave Buchanan just short.

5-2 – Comstock 8 - Bangor 0

Comstock snapped their losing streak with a decisive victory over the Bangor Vikings, 8-0. Litzy Ramirez dominated the stat-sheet, putting up 4 goals and 4 assists. Lydia Kruis added 3 goals to her tally and an assist to goalkeeper Summer Beavers which ended the competition for the night. The Colts next travel to Buchanan this Wednesday.

4-29 – Comstock 2 - Saugatuck 8

Comstock suffered another tough defeat on Friday, this time at the hands of the Trailblazers of Saugatuck by a score of 8-2. Lydia Kruis scored 2 unassisted goals on an otherwise quiet night from the Colts, who only got off 8 shots total. They will look to rebound as they return home and back to conference play next week against Bangor.

4-27 – Comstock 1 - South Haven 9

The Colts were routed by South Haven on Wednesday to the tune of 9 goals to 1, the lone Comstock goal coming from Lydia Kruis and was assisted by Litzy Ramirez. Comstock travels to the lake shore to face off against Saugatuck on Friday.

4-25 – Comstock 8 - Hartford 2

Comstock played host to conference opponents Hartford on Monday, defeating the Indians 8-2. The Colts were led by Lydia Kruis, who scored 5 and added an assist. Sophomore Anna Putti added 2 goals of her own and Litzy Ramirez finished off the scoring with a goal and two assists. The Colts will host South Haven this coming Wednesday.

4-21 - Comstock 3 - Fennville 11

Comstock was defeated 11-3 by Fennville. Fennville senior-phenom Angelica Mendoza proved to be too much for the Colts defense to handle as goalkeeper Summer Beavers was under fire all night, defending against 38 Fennville shots. Lydia Kruis added another hat-trick to her scoring total on the season (13), assisted by Litzy Ramirez and Alondra Chiquito. 

4-18 - Comstock 9 - Marcellus 1

Comstock secured their first win of the season on their first away-trip of the season against Marcellus on Tuesday night by a score of 9-1. Lydia Kruis came away with a staggering 5 goals, one of which was off of a beautiful clearance from central defender Zamaiyah Williams that fell back behind the Wildcat defense. Litzy Ramirez and Anna Putti split the remaining 4 goals evenly between them, Ramirez adding 3 more assists to her stat-sheet as well. 

4-13 - Comstock 3 - Constantine 4

Comstock was narrowly defeated by the Falcons of Constantine by a score of 4-3. Lydia Kruis secured all 3 of Comstock's goals, two of which were assisted by Litzy Ramirez. The pair have connected for 12 goals so far this season and will be looking to expand upon that next week against conference-opponent Marcellus.

4-11 - Comstock 1 - Parchment 9

Comstock was defeated 9-1 by Parchment. Sophomore Goalkeeper Summer Beavers was hit with a flurry of shots from all ranges (61 total) and racked up an impressive 34 saves in spite of the final score. Comstock's lone goal was a late unassisted effort from Lydia Kruis who stole the ball, beat 5 Parchment defenders, and slotted the ball into the far-post against all-district Panther goalkeeper Gabbie Novak.

4-7 - Comstock 2 - Olivet 8

Comstock opened the season with a tough 8-2 loss to Olivet in a game which saw Comstock playing short-handed for most of the rainy/snowy evening. Even playing 10 vs 11, juniors Lydia Kruis and Litzy Ramirez found each other for a goal and an assist each.