By: Matt Rothman
After an excellent season for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas boys and girls soccer team, the Eagles had four players represent the school in the Broward County Athletic Association All-Star Game.
Gabriel Gersberg was the lone player to compete for the boy’s team, while Skylar Lund, Carly Brodsky, and Molly Conn participated in the girl’s game.
Gersberg played on the varsity team for two years and recorded five goals and 18 points in only 23 games. Lund is the only player of the three to be officially committed to playing college soccer. She is set to play at Converse University in Georgia after spending three years on the varsity soccer team.
In 18 games this year, Lund recorded nine goals and had a hat trick against Coral Glades. She also recorded an assist in overtime in the District Championship game. Brodsky had a tremendous high school career in goal for the Eagles. She allowed only 14 goals in 1590 minutes and had a save percentage of .704.
Conn was one of the Eagles’ top scorers in her varsity career, recording 26 goals and registering 42 points in 26 career games.
Send your news to Parkland’s #1 award-winning news source, Parkland Talk.
- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
- News2023.05.26Coconut Creek Track and Field Competes in States for 1st Time Since 2018
- News2023.05.24North Broward Prep Student Named National Merit Finalist; 3 Seniors Announce College Picks
- News2023.05.05North Broward Prep Varsity and Middle School Baseball Win Championship; Former Star Makes MLB Debut
- News2023.04.213 Local Football Players Announce Commitment; 5 Players Selected to Showcases