2022

2022
Varsity Boys Soccer
Coach Mariah Phelps

9-21 - Comstock 0 - Cassopolis 8

This was another tough game for us. We played well as 11 individuals on the field, but the other team played with chemistry and communication that we couldn't keep up with.  We made some critical mistakes and continue to work on fundamentals, building plays, and playing simple soccer. Losing is never fun, but it pushes us to keep working on improving.

9-19 - Comstock 5 - Maple Valley 1

We came out hard early and set up good opportunities for our forwards and outside mids. We were connecting quick passes, moving off the ball, and seeing runs 3 and 4 passes in advance.  Both teams played an aggressive game and had to work for every pass and every shot. There wasn't one player who didn't leave this game tired.  Shoutout to Landon Hofacre for his first game in goal and Tyler Baker for his first goal of the season.

9-15 - Comstock 0 - Schoolcraft 8

This was a tough game for everyone. We did not play our best, but we held on as long as we could. We tried some people in different positions than their used to and were able to have 2 substitutions on the sidelines which gave everyone a rest who needed it.  After a long week of tough games, we just couldn't put it together, but have our heads held high for the games to come next week.

9-14 - Comstock 2 - Hartford 10

The first half was a mixed bag. We played really well for a few minutes, then not so great for a few minutes, and back and forth. When we were on it, we were connecting passes, pushing through the midfield and challenging their defensive line.

In the second half, everyone really shined. A new line up brought new energy to the field. Tyler Baker and Harmanjit Singh set up quick opportunities and Tyler Caswell and Prabjit Singh played scrappy defense and prevented easy shots. Even though we walked away with a loss, there was a lot to be proud of in this game. 

Shoutout to Fidel Ramos for his 2 goals and for never giving up and Trey Kohler for stepping up as goal keeper in the second half.

9-7 - Comstock 0 - Bangor 8

This was a tough game for all of us. We played with only 10 players, many of the guys in positions they've never played before.  We came out strong in the second half--we had more completed passes in the short second half than we had the rest of the game combined, unfortunately it wasn't enough to get us to the full 80 minutes.  Shout out to Trey Kohler, Teegan Hagenbuch, and Landon Hofacre who stepped up to fill positions no one else could with an intensity that lasted the whole game.

9-6 - Comstock 2 - Pennfield 7

Both teams were evenly matched for the first half, though Pennfield got an early lead. Unfortunately, in the second half we ran out of steam and got down on ourselves for a significantly disappointing end result.  The officials did a good job letting both sides play physically and our team was complimented repeatedly at the end of the game on our sportsmanship and composure in the face of a tough opponent.  Shoutouts go to Alex Ballesteros on a great first game of soccer EVER, Fidel Ramos for our 2 goals, and Tyler Baker for never giving up on a a play.

8-23 - Comstock 0 - Hopkins 4

The colts had a rough start to the game and were down 0-3 at halftime. The team really came together in the second half to shut down the other team's offense and control the ball through the midfield for a few good opportunities. Unfortunately we were unable to capitalize our shots on goal.  Shout out to Tyler Caswell for 2 back to back amazing saves in the second half and to Cayden Schultz who stepped up to lead the center midfield in the second half.

8-19 - Comstock 6 - Coloma 2

Even though we played with only 9 players during the first half and 10 for the second half, we still came out on top.  Shout out to all our goal scorers. Fidel Ramos, 2; Cayden Schultz 1; and especially Trey Kohler with 3.  All the guys worked incredibly hard to start the season off with a win against all odds.