Caroline and EHS traveled to Woodland and won the Woodland Tournament. They beat Vacavilles Will C Wood in the finals 76-65 and improved their season record to 8-0.
Caroline and the Enterprise varsity basketball team traveled and won Tuesday's away non-conference game against Paradise at their by a score of 62-19. Enterprise is now 2-0 for this season.
Pacific Premiere season with the Redding Royals wraps up and Caroline ended season as not only as the youngest player being 16 but also scored the highest number of goals with 8 for the season. Her level of play elevated being with this talented group of athletes and high level coaching staff. Stay tuned and follow http://carolineforseth.com/ to see future soccer as she guest plays at the highest level in the Northern Area, working around her Cross Country season that is now about to begin with her Junior year season at Enterprise High School.
Caroline played with Redding Royals against Chico at Foothill in Palo Cedro and they won 3-0. Caroline had one goal and one assist. The Royals remain undefeated in their Pacific Premiere League.
Redding traveled to Reno to play the Reno Tahoe Liberty FC, Northern Nevada’s first Women’s Premiere Soccer Club and pulled off a 2-1 victory. Caroline had a goal in the first half in this back and forth game. The Lady Royals continue to grow together as a team with the highest level of players and coaching staff the Redding are has to offer.
School ended last week so now summer training begins. There will be Redding Royals Premiere League soccer practice and play during the summer, Enterprise Basketball camps and summer league games, extensive running based workouts as prescribed by Coach Tom Olson, along with 4 day a week lunchtime workouts with MixedFitnessArtist.com
Caroline and her Fusion U19 team traveled to Medford, Oregon and won the Rogue Memorial Challenge. Caroline had 2 goals and 2 assists for the weekend. This tournament was the final play for this team as the U19 girls have now aged out of future play. Fusion has been a great opportunity for Caroline to play 2 plus years up in age at challenging tournaments. Caroline, being 16 will continue on with the Redding Royals now in their Pacific Premiere League.
Caroline ran in the North Section Finals at West Valley High School. She finished 6th in the 800 with a season record time of 2:29.84.
Caroline officially became part of the Redding Royals today. She is the youngest player on the team and this team offers the highest level of coaching and play in the area as part of a Pacific Premiere League. She is excited to be part of this team and looks forwards to the challenges and advancements in her soccer.
Caroline played in the 2017 Hummel Jamboree at the Redding Soccer Park. Her team, the Redding Royals lost their first game 1-2 where Caroline had one goal and they were able to win their second game where Caroline had 2 goals. Huge bonus was Caroline, youngest player on team gets to play with her aunt, Lori Forseth, oldest player on team.
Fusion advanced to the finals in Ripon at the Association Cup U19 Womens Division and won 2-1. This ends season with exception of a get together Memorial Day Weekend for the Rogue Invitational. Fusion has a record of 21-6-4.
Caroline competed at the Garlic Classic Invitational in Gilroy California. Caroline was in the F SH class and took 1st in the 400 with a PR of 1:03.81, 5th in the 800 with a 2:34.58, and 2nd in the 4x400 relay with a 56.86.
Fusion reassembled after a 4 month layoff and played in Ripon at the Association Cup U19 Womens Division going 3-0 for the weekend and advancing to the quarterfinals. Caroline had 4 goals and 6 assists for the weekend. Fusion is now 18-6-4 for the season.
Enterprise hosted the Lady Hornet Tournament and they won all 3 games on their way to taking first place. Caroline had 8 points for tournament and EHS is now 14-1 this season.