Tahina Triaz-Liazma ’22, Behare Goshime ’22, and Sylvia Tejada ’23 walk on the field at halftime.
Kaylee Little ’23 dribbles toward the opponent’s goal.
Kolja Westhues ’23 is reunited with former Brimmer student Dominic Hashem.
Conno Wagner ’25 meets former Brimmer student Sadye Cheever ’26 during halftime.
The crowd watches as the Varsity Girls’ Soccer team kicks off their game.
Behare Goshime ’22 and Sylvia Tejada ’23 meet player Owen Williams ’23 after his game.
Frehsman Emma Guevara and Kaylee Little warm up for their game.
Elisabeth Fitzgerald ’22 rushes towards the opposing goal to take a shot.
Luca Piccon-Roura ’22 knees a ball from his teammate.
Orr Field in the afternoon sun.
Sharin Russell hands out T-Shirts to the first 250 spectators through the doors.
Alumnai Sita Alomran ’19 and Sophia Gomez ’19 join Quinton Nsamaba, Gianni Thompson, and Alphonse Houndegla ’21 in watching the Varsity Girls’ Soccer game.
Chef Craig Roman prepares hamburgers and hotdogs on the sidelines.
The Brimmer buses arrive at Orr Field in time for the first soccer game.
Freshmen Brian Gamble and Nico Jaffer enjoy hamburgers and hotdogs at halftime.
Juniors Sophia Chaves, Angeline Nur Dervisevic, and Kat Klacko walk off the field after their game.
The Varsity Boys’ team celebrate a fantastic 6-0 win.
Middle School head Carl Rapisarda-Vallely and Joshua Neudel pose with Lower School students.
Iris Bishins ’22 battles a Bradford Christian player.
Thomas Gheewalla ’23 and Emma Guevara ’23 watch the Varsity Boys’ game.
Freshmen Kaylee Little and Emma Guevara celebrate an excellent game.
Brian Barrera ’22 takes the lead after the first kickoff in the Varsity Boys’ Soccer game.
Olivier Khorasani ’20 defends as a BCA player attempts to make a goal.
Kaylee Little ’23 rushes for the ball.
Kaylee Little ’23 crosses the ball past an opposing player.
Brimmer students celebrate as the Girls’ Soccer scores a goal to tie the game.
Showing off their Brimmer spirit, over 300 community members attended Saturday’s homecoming at Orr Field, as both varsity soccer teams faced off against Bradford Christian Academy.
The girls made a strong comeback from being down 0-4 at the half, managing to tie the game with a last-second goal by Angeline Nur Dervisevic ‘21.
The boys played well and pulled off a 6-0 win.
Before the start of each game, Greenline performed the Star Spangled Banner.
Zakkai Mares-Van Praag ‘22 reflected on his performance.
“The performance was a great time for Greenline to show what they can do, and it was awesome to be a part of it.”
A highlight of homecoming is catching up with alumni, both old and new.
The event is a great opportunity for everyone to come together as a community, and this year, Homecoming certainly did not disappoint.
Pictures included in this article were taken by Edan Zinn ’23.