Haverhill Hillies Girls Soccer '07

Tarbox clan synonymous with soccer success

North Andover's Tarbox family, from left to right, Jana, Fred, and father Bill, are all local soccer coaches. Bill, a 35-year coaching stalwart in the area, has rubbed off on his two older children. Jana, 23, is an assistant at Presentation of Mary. Fred, 31, is the head girls coach at Haverhill High. 1 Photo

Bill Tarbox's recent 58th birthday dinner involved more soccer talk than pizza consumption.

Among all the analysis and strategy, the group found time to take bites. But not many.

"My mom (Gail) and my wife (Ruth) have to put up with a lot," said Fred Tarbox, Bill's son. "All we talk about is soccer. It's constant."

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Boys Soccer, 10/25/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dynamic Styrczula stars for Hillies

Haverhill senior Jami Styrczula has become a star this fall. The senior has 15 goals for the 8-3-2 Hillies.1 Photo

Jami Styrczula is so used to people butchering her last name, she offers a three-syllable guide to getting it right. Stir-choo-la.

"It's way easier to say it phonetically," said Styrczula, whose father David's side of the family is Polish. "But everybody wants to pronounce that Z."

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Girls Soccer, 10/18/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Anderson leads Haverhill past Billerica

Casey Anderson scored a pair of goals to help Haverhill to a 3-1 win over Billerica. Shannen Styrczula added the third goal while Christina Gould made six saves for the Hillies.

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Girls Soccer, 10/11/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill comeback earns tie with Billerica

Casey Anderson and Jamie Stryczula scored second-half goals to cap a two-goal comeback as Haverhill drew Billerica 3-3. Taylor Anderson scored in the first half for the Hillies (5-3-1). Christina Gould made eight saves.

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Girls Soccer, 09/27/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Anderson nets pair for victorious Hillies

Casey Anderson scored two goals leading Haverhill to a 5-2 win over Dracut. Jami Styrczula, Elyssa Penney and Jenna Adelizzi were the other goal-scorers for the Hillies (4-3) while Desiree Demers and Melissa Clark had assists. Defenders Moire O'Mullane and Bailey Strangman had strong performances in front of goalie Christina Gould, who made 10.

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Girls Soccer, 09/25/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Styrczula a bright spot for Hillies

Haverhill's tri-captain, Jami Styrczula attacks the ball in soccer action against Lowell.5 Photos

Center midfielder Jami Styrczula scored on a free kick but it wasn't enough, as Haverhill lost 3-1 at Lowell. Hillies (2-3) goalie Christina Gould made three saves and Shannen Styrczula also played well at outside midfield.

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Girls Soccer, 09/21/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Late goals lead to Andover win

Andover broke open a scoreless game with two late second-half goals en route to a 2-0 win over MVC foe Haverhill. Alexandra Bengston scored on a header off a Katelyn Caroa corner kick and Jess Morrow finished a passing sequence inside the Haverhill 18-yard box with an assist to Satin Zarkar. Renee Hamilton also played well for Andover (3-1) and keeper Camille Santini made one save. Haverhill (2-1) goalie Christina Gould had 10 saves in the loss.

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Girls Soccer, 09/15/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Anderson's goal enough in Haverhill win

Taylor Anderson's goal seven minutes into regulation vaulted Haverhill to a 1-0 victory over Chelmsford. Jami Styrczula recorded the assist on the tally and Christina Gould made the goal stand up with eight saves.

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Girls Soccer, 09/13/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Great start for Hillie soccer teams

Fred Tarbox, the new Haverhill High School girls' soccer coach, led the Hillies to a 2-1 upset win over Central Catholic in his first coaching debut.1 Photo

As debuts go, well, Randy Moss' first game with the Patriots received more publicity. But Fred Tarbox's first game coaching the Haverhill High School girls soccer team was certainly memorable.

Playing highly touted Central Catholic at Haverhill Stadium, the Hillies defeated the Raiders 2-1 in Tarbox's Haverhill High coaching debut. The win was Haverhill High's first over Central Catholic in girls soccer this decade. Jami Styrczula, the 2006 Merrimack Valley Conference Small School Division Player of the Year, netted both Haverhill High goals. Goalie Christina Gould came up big in net as she made 12 saves to preserve the victory for the Brown and Gold.

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Boys Soccer, 09/13/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill beats Central Catholic for first time this decade

Jami Styrczula scored two goals as Haverhill defeated Central Catholic 2-1 in head coach Fred Tarbox's debut.

The Hillies, who Central has dominated in recent years, prevailed against the Raiders for the first time this decade. Haverhill (1-0) went up 2-0 before the Raiders (0-1) got on the board when Central's Kelley Mikus finished off a pass from Megan Jowett on a corner kick.

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Girls Soccer, 09/06/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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