Our senior soccer players have ended a chapter in their athletic careers here at Seward. We salute them for their dedication to their team and their school spirit.
Jason Thom played at center midfield. He was a three-year varsity player, playing in 54 games. He was the engine of the team.
Ethan Forde played as an outside defender and three-year varsity player. Ethan, who played in 46 games, has a ton of speed, is fearless and aggressive. He has a high soccer IQ.
Tommy Bracken played forward. He is a four-year varsity player with speed, power and stamina, always looking to score.
Mark Pennings was a defender. As a two-year varsity player, Mark played in 25 games. He played big and physical.
Nick Campana played midfield for the Spartans in 51 games. Nick was our playmaker, our field general/ball distributor. He is a senior captain and United Soccer Coaches Senior of Excellence Award winner this season.
Cameron Panuska played as a defender as a three-year varsity player. Cameron played in 44 games and was a fearless and aggressive defender on the ball.
Sean Mitchell, a two-year varsity player, was our keeper as well as a defender. Sean played in 20 games and is one of the most unselfish, team-oriented players in Coach Steele’s career.
Tyler Pauwels is a two-year varsity player who played defense for the Spartans in 31 games. Tyler is big and physical with excellent foot skills and a high soccer IQ. He is a true team player.
Maxx Hartmann is a two-year varsity player, playing in 31 games. He was the Spartans’ starting goalkeeper. Maxx is a hard-working and hard-nosed keeper. His skill to make difficult saves kept us in many big games.