Beecher girls soccer players along with current and former military members and their families are shown at last year's "Shoot for the Troops" game. Beecher will host its third annual fundraiser on April 17 when it plays Wilmington. All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Fund.
Bobbi Stanula, left, helps defend the goal for Beecher. She is excited about the postseason, which begins Tuesday.
Beecher High School soccer players join current and former military members and their families as they wait for an introduction to a ceremony at halftime of a game Tuesday afternoon.
Beecher senior Bobbi Stanula waits with her grandfather at the Wounded Warrior ceremony before Tuesday's girls soccer match.
Beecher senior Bobbi Stanula accompanied her grandfather onto the field during the Wounded Warrior ceremony before Tuesday's game.
Beecher forward Mia Mondello moved forward on an offensive rush against Herscher in Tuesday's game.
Beecher girls soccer players are a part of the Wounded Warriors ceremony before Tuesday's game.
Beecher's Lindsay Wachowski is stripped of the ball by Herscher defenders in Tuesday's Wounded Warriors game.
Beecher goaltender Sydney Schubert stops a Herscher offensive threat.
Beecher's Lindsay Wachowski, right, has her offensive rush stropped by Herscher goaltender Loryn Bruer.
Beecher's Daisy Barazza has her shot stopped in Tuesday's game against Herscher.
Herscher's goaltender Loryn Bruer stops a shot by Beecher's Jordan Miner, far right, in Tuesday's game.
Beecher senior Bobbi Stanula with her grandfather at the Wounded Warrior ceremony before Tuesday's girls soccer match against Herscher.
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