The Hebron Girls Soccer program is dedicated to making our athletes the best they can be. Along with training hard on the pitch, the athletes will also learn to become a family; one unit working together to achieve higher standards both on and off the field. They will learn that victory does not come from winning or losing, but from the effort they put forth, to paraphrase the great John Wooden. Creating personal and team goals prior to the season will give them something to work towards all year. Along with learning skills and tactics, the Lumberjacks will gain an understanding of what it takes to be a champion. Champions understand that the individual is not more important than the team. Champions also learn from mistakes and never give up. Our program instills hard work, dedication, family, and the values of a true champion!
The team competes in the MAISAID league and in NEPSAC’s Class D. They have had a successful time over the past decade. Competing against most of the teams in the strong Lakes Regions, they also play tough teams from NEPSAC’s Class C. They last won the MAISAD title in 2016 and reached the NEPSAC Class D final. The following season they made the NEPSAC Class D tournament while winning 11 games that season. The Lumberjacks look to bring back and continue that winning tradition!
|1||Sam Ickowicz Chernitzky||2025|
|4||Dana Marian Patino Valdivia||2023|
Coach Hanby is entering her seventh year coaching for the Lumberjack’s Girls’ Soccer program, and her third year as the head coach for the Girls’ Varsity team. Though she played soccer in high school, and club soccer in college, Coach Hanby finds greater joy on the sidelines, fostering her players’ skills, game strategies and tactics, and team dynamic.
Coach Willer enters his 1st season as a coach for the Varsity Women's Soccer Program at Hebron Academy. He is no stranger to Hebron as he coached the Junior Division Soccer team last season. Coach Willer is passionate about preparing student-athletes for success on the pitch as well as for everyday life.
Coach Willer has an extensive coaching background having coached at the youth, middle school, high school, and collegiate levels. He is currently an Assistant Professor for the Sport and Exercise Science Department at his Alma Mater, Saint Joseph's College of Maine. At SJC, he played soccer and basketball.