Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Panthers Win!!!!

Whoo hoo!!! What an awesome Senior night it was!!! The Bozeman Chronicle reports that both our Boys and Girls soccer teams are playoff bound!!!! Whoo hoo!! It will be the first time we are in the playoffs since Benny's freshman year!! It was an extremely exciting and tense game. Both teams were on top of the ball and the score was 0-0 at the half. In the second half the game was tied at 1-1 when Coach Plante called a midfield strike from defender Brandon Walton. Livingston goalie misjudged the ball and it bounced over his head and rolled into the goal!!!! See the Bozeman Daily Chronicle for more info on the game!!! It was a total team effort and I think that Benny played his best game ever. He was all over the field and fought tooth and nail every step of the way!!! What an awesome way to celebrate Senior Night!!!!
Here is Benny's Senior Display board and the pennant and jersey that were displayed at the field.

Thanks for taking the time to celebrate with me!!!
I appreciate all of you!!

Kristii


9 comments:

Audrea Ratliff said...

So cool! Congrats Kristii!!! TFS :)

Jocelyn said...

Oh Kristii....congrats to the team and those pictures......AWESOME!!! You got some FANTASTIC SHOTS!!!! :)

IRW Dana said...

Great pics Kristii and love the LO

Lisa T. Howard said...

YAY!!! Congrats on the win! So glad to hear Sr. Night was such a success! Love those photos and those bright green Nikes!

Elisabeth said...

Awesome pics Kristii, congrats to the team!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wooooooooooooooooooo HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! CONGRATS to the TEAM!!! That is AWESOME!! Great pics too! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Susan Beth said...

Oh my gosh! So wonderful! And those shoes! Girl, he's got some style, that's for sure!

Mara... said...

Yeah Yeah Yeah!!!! Congrats on the win and it sounds like it was a fantastic night!!!

Lorry said...

Great shots Kristii, Congrats to the teams...TFS! LOL love the Shoes too, can't miss him out there in those.
Love the Sr. Board is that a tradition at your schools? Neat idea!