Alter Girls Soccer

July 22, 2015
Section of the week

Here are the approaching agendas for that DeSales mix country, boys golf, women golf, boys soccer, women soccer, women tennis and women volleyball teams:


Sept. 19 - Central Ohio Mix Country Invitational at Three Streams Metro Park

Sept. 23 - Whetstone Invitational


Sept. 17 - Hilliard Bradley at Darby Creek

Sept. 21 - Hartley at Turnberry

Sept. 22 - Watterson at Jefferson

Sept. 23 - Hartley and Reynoldsburg at Blacklick Forest

Women GOLF

Sept. 17 - Newark Catholic at Champions

Sept. 21 - Newark Catholic at Links at Echo Springs

Sept. 23 - Centerburg at Champions


*Sept. 17 - Home versus. St. Charles


Sept. 19 - At Gahanna

*Sept. 22 - Home versus. Hartley


Sept. 17 - At Hilliard Darby

Sept. 21 - Home versus. Reynoldsburg

*Sept. 22 - At Hartley

Sept. 23 - Home versus. Olentangy Orange in makeup from August. 26


Sept. 21 - At Kettering Alter

*Sept. 23 - Home versus. Ready. The Stallions defeated the Silver Knights in combat 25-10, 25-13, 25-15 on August. 26.

*League contest

The DeSales Senior High School women team hit a number of speed bumps throughout the very first three days of year, and today any change of direction can come under new leadership.

"Personal and family issues were getting in the manner, " stated d'Auteuil, that had trained the Stallions since 2013. He didn't elaborate.

DeSales went 25-11-8 overall and 5-2-one in the CCL under d'Auteuil, winning a Division II district championship this past year.

The Stallions were 2-3-1 overall this season before playing Columbus School for Women within their CCL opener Sept. 15. They joined the competition on the two-game losing streak.

Based on athletics director Tom Neubert, assistant coach Steve Ulry will coach the Stallions with an interim foundation for the relaxation of year.

Before his resignation, d'Auteuil and the staff have been emphasizing consistency and seeking to assist their team find its safe place.

"We must get it within our mind to begin fast, " d'Auteuil stated following a 3-2 loss to Upper Arlington on Sept. 10. "It's something we fight a great deal. We're working through it. We're still searching for a name for the team, which will include a much better work rate. We as coaches need to press that (around the gamers) sometimes. In other cases, they need to go over themselves."

Based on d'Auteuil, DeSales' record isn't completely suggestive of its play. He reported the other half of the overall game against UA, once the Stallions stored the Golden Bears from the goal for that first ten minutes from the other half as well as for several prolonged stretches after that, simply to surrender two goals from near the coast front of goalkeeper Talia Kreuzer in individuals limited possibilities.

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