2021-22 Winter Sports Highlights

Girls Soccer
The winter sports season was highlighted by the success of our incredible girls’ soccer team. They finished with a record of 14 wins, two losses, and one tie. On the year, the team scored 112 goals and had 88 assists, while only conceding 16 goals. We finished the year ranked 7th in the state in goals scored. The Toads won the Frontier League and were CIF finalists, in addition to recognition for a number of individuals:
  • Alyssa Ruiz CdeP 2022 and Skye Harbison CdeP 2022 - All Frontier League honorable mentions
  • Maddy Rosenbaum CdeP 2022, Maddie Lee ’25, and Daisy Galgon CdeP 2022 - All Frontier League
  • Catherine F. ’25 - first team and was also second team All CIF in Division 7
  • Lily K. ’23 - first team All Frontier League and first team All CIF
  • Hattie H. ’23 - first team All League, first team All CIF, first team All County and the Frontier League defensive player of the year.
  • Jordan Y. ’23 - first team All League, first team All CIF, first team All County, and the Frontier League Offensive Player of the Year

Boys Soccer
Thacher Boys’ soccer played some very tough matches this past year, many of which were decided by only one goal. The Toads had a strong defense giving up more than three goals only once in the season. Oakley Browning CdeP 2022 was awarded second team all league for his play this year.

Boys Basketball
The Thacher boys’ basketball team had another successful campaign this year, finishing with 14 wins and four losses. They were the Ojai Valley Classic Tournament champions, they won their opening round in the Carpinteria tournament against Lompoc, and got to play perennial basketball powerhouse school Dos Pueblos. The team finished second in League play and hosted the first round of the CIF playoffs. James Eklund CdeP 2022 and Conor Kelly CdeP 2022 were named to the first team all league. Ben Kelliher CdeP 2022 and Nnaemeka Okonkwo CdeP 2022 were second all-league and Rob C. ’23 earned honorable mention honors.

Girls Basketball
The girls’ basketball team finished with a conference record of seven and three. Behind the play of All League junior Ali B. ’23, the Toads clinched third place in the league and qualified for the CIF playoffs. Thacher traveled to Santa Maria to face Valley Christian Academy where the Toads gave a strong performance but ultimately could not hold off the Lions.

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