East Central Boys Varsity Soccer

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  • Conference Record: 0 - 5 - 1

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Boys Soccer Closes Season With Defeat Of Steele On Senior Night

On Friday night the East Central Boys Soccer team closed out the season by defeating the Steele Knights at Hornet Stadium. Keeping with the Senior Night theme Senior Daniel Marquez scored the goal to give the Hornets the lead. The young Hornets look to build upon the experience they have gained throughout 2019 and build

Boys Soccer Earns First Victory With Stellar Performance Over Southwest Legacy

he Hornet Men’s Soccer team came away with a thorough team victory on Tuesday night as they hosted the Southwest Legacy Titans. With two goals on either side of the half from Daniel Marquez, Justin Herrera, Gabriel Moreno, and Juan Gonzalez, the Hornets’ 4-1 win was exactly what was needed with just one game left

Boys and Girls Soccer To Hold Spring Exhibition On May 31st

The boys and girls soccer teams would like to invite you out for a spring soccer game!The spring soccer game will  be at the stadium at 6:00 pm. The girls will play the first half and the boys will play the second half. It is Free and will surely be a great time had by all.  

Boys Soccer Picks Up First Win Of Season Over Madison

On a cool Tuesday Night at Hornet Stadium the EC Boys Soccer team picked up their first win of the season with a four to three victory over the Madison Mavericks on Tuesday Night. The team will look to continue their momentum Thursday as they begin play in the NEISD Tournament at 5 pm versus the

Black And Gold Soccer Games Set For Next Thursday

Next Thursday December 21st East Central Soccer will hold their annual black and gold games. The Ladies will take the field at 6 pm for their match followed by the men. Come out to Hornet Stadium and support your Hornets

Boys Soccer Ready for A Strong 2018 Under New Head Coach Ali Goljahmofrad

The 2017-2018 soccer season cannot come fast enough for the boy’s team to improve on the 5-14-1 overall record from last year. Last season, the program was able to make positive strides under the direction of former coach Travis Smith. With a number of key players returning, the boy’s have their sights set on continuing