Henry Clay Boys Varsity Soccer

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State Champion Boys’ Soccer Team Finishes 17th in Nation

After winning the KHSAA state title this fall, The Henry Clay boys’ soccer team also finished the year ranked 17th in the nation according to USA Today Super 25 Expert Rankings.   The Super 25 Boys Soccer Rankings for the 2019-20 season are compiled by United Soccer Coaches, based on results from the current season,

Boys Soccer – State Champs!

‘It’s an amazing feeling.’ Once in a lifetime play nets a championship Lexington Herald Leader / www.kentucky.com By Jared Peck November 02, 2019 https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236870843.html Herald Leader / www.kentucky.com photo slideshow – https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236959458.html  

Sota Lexington Soccer Player of the Year, 9 Other Boys/Girls Earn All City Soccer Honors

Henry Clay’s Sota Ippongi is Lexington Player of the Year for 2019 after a vote by the city’s boys’ soccer coaches for the annual All-City Team.   Nine other Henry Clay soccer players earned All City honors – 4 boys and five girls.   Leading the girls was Elisabeth Hundley, earning First Team All-City with

Boys’ Soccer Advances to State Finals on Saturday Night After Shutting Out Oldham Co. 5-0

5 goals in 15 minutes. ‘They caught us on the wrong night.’ Lexington Herald Leader / www.kentucky.com October 30, 2019 https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236750388.html   Link to photo slideshow = https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236848738.html     There was mist. There was rain. There was drizzle. Then came a flood.   On a soggy night of boys’ state soccer semifinals, the most

Boys’ & Girls’ Soccer Teams Earn All-State Honors

Henry Clay boys’ soccer coach Jason Behler was named large public high school Coach of the Year for 2019 by the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association.   The Blue Devils also feature the KHSSCA’s defensive player of the year in Charlie Boone and goalkeeper of the year in Ethan Anderson. Anderson was also recognized

Boys’ Soccer Defeats Highlands on PK’s; Advances to State Semi-Finals Wednesday

‘The hardest game I’ve played in my life.’ PKs decide boys’ state quarterfinal. By Jared Peck October 26, 2019 https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236660783.html     After what looked to have been the game-winning save in a penalty kick shootout, Henry Clay’s Ethan Anderson was ruled off his line for the try, and his prematurely celebrating Blue Devils teammates

October Newsletter

October 2019 Join Alumni Association Order Henry Clay Apparel Tweet Share Forward to a Friend Coach Grupe Gets 700 Wins! Dale Grupe started his career in Dayton Ohio while stationed there as a member of the Air Force.  It was here that he met his late wife Kathy.  Dale was a member of the All-Air Force

Boys Soccer Advances to Elite Eight in State Tournament

The Henry Clay boys’ soccer team shutout Calvary Christian 3-0 in the opening round of the state tournament Tuesday night. After a scoreless first half, the Blue Devils exploded for three goals in the second half. Goals by: Chris Sanders (Tahj Jairam), Sota Ippongi (Tommy Svetich), Chris Sanders (Sota Ippongi).   Henry Clay next takes

Boys’ Soccer Wins 11th Region Tourney Two Years in a Row

Henry Clay rolls in boys’ finals Lexington Herald Leader / www.kentucky.com Jared Peck October 18, 2019 https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236213393.html Henry Clay’s Sota Ippongi scored the first of his three goals less than nine minutes into the game and the Blue Devils’ eased to their second consecutive 11th Region boys’ title with a 6-0 win over Great Crossing’s

Boys Soccer Tops Tates Creek in 11th Region semis; Face Great Crossing Thursday / Girls Fall to Lex Cath

Slideshow:  https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236268388.html   ‘That’s a drill we’ve run 500 times.’ Practice makes perfect in 11th Region semis. Lexington Herald Leader / Kentucky.com October 15, 2019 https://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article236213378.html With their game tied 1-1, Henry Clay left back Drew Grider spotted space in front of him and a lane to the end line. He took it. Able to