Boys Soccer


Varsity soccer team

Varsity Head Coach | Jeremy Spoales

Jeremy Spoales built a new high school boys soccer program into a state champion. He is now developing Our Lady of Good Counsel into one of the top teams in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.

Spoales began coaching at Good Counsel in 2017. His first two teams won WCAC playoff games before falling in the semifinals. In 2019, he guided the Falcons to the championship game for the program’s first finals appearance in 31 years.

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Roster

Name Class
Nathaniel Berhanu 2023
Thabo Biti 2024
Dominic Booth 2022
Kai Ezeani 2022
Patrick Ghion 2022
Robert Gresham 2024
Jake Kaufmann 2022
Savio Ketnouvong 2022
Jacob Kiwanuka 2022
Anders Kvale 2022
Nathan Langlois 2024
Jordi Lopez De Avila 2023
Thomas Myers 2022
Dominic Paolucci 2023
Jordany Profeta 2024
Lucca Simamora 2024
Azaria Tewodros 2023
Carter Thompson 2023
Nicholas Torres 2022
Ernesto Vides-Austin 2025
Austin Wade 2022
Ludolph Welanetz 2023
Patrick Wiercinski 2022

Varsity Boys Soccer Schedule 

Team Opponent Date Time Location Result Score
Soccer - Boys Varsity
Albert Einstein High School
Kline Stadium
Soccer - Boys Varsity vs.
Mount Saint Joseph High School
Mount Saint Joseph High School
Soccer - Boys Varsity vs.
Tuscarora High School
Tuscarora High School
Soccer - Boys Varsity vs.
Bethesda Chevy Chase High School
Kline Stadium
Soccer - Boys Varsity vs.
St. Vincent Pallotti High School
Kline Stadium

JV Boys Soccer Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Result Score
Soccer - Boys JV
Albert Einstein High School
Kline Stadium
Soccer - Boys JV vs.
Mount Saint Joseph High School
Mount Saint Joseph High School
Soccer - Boys JV vs.
Tuscarora High School
Tuscarora High School
Soccer - Boys JV vs.
Bethesda Chevy Chase High School
Kline Stadium

Jeremy Spoales Bio Continued... 

Nick Mayronne was named first-team All-Met that season. The year before, he was an Allstate All-American.

Spoales began the boys soccer program at Clarksburg (Md.) High School in 2006. His first team, without any seniors, finished 6-6 and won a playoff game. The Coyotes advanced to consecutive regional finals in 2007-08 and added division championships in 2008 and 2010. Peabo Doue was an ’08 second-team All-Met.

Clarksburg reached the summit when it captured the 2009 Maryland 3A state championship. The Coyotes went 13-1-3 in winning the school’s first team state title. In The Washington Post’s final ranking, they finished No. 2.

With a team GPA over 3.5, United Soccer Coaches (then NSCAA) recognized the squad with an Academic All-American award. In the final FAB 50 poll, the team was ranked 50th nationally.

The Post named Spoales 2008 Montgomery County Coach of the Year. The next season, he was honored as Maryland Coach of the Year.

Spoales helped Julio Arjona become the Post’s 2009 Player of the Year and an ESPN RISE first-team All-American. He went on to play for the U17 U.S. national team. He and Doue played Division I in college and professionally in the United Soccer League.

Spoales remained at Clarksburg through the 2012 season. The next year, he was an assistant girls coach at Oakdale High in Ijamsville, Md.

Spoales was head boys coach for five years (2001-05) at Paint Branch High in Burtonsville, Md. The Panthers won three playoff games in his final season to qualify for the Maryland 3A regional finals. It was just the second time in school history the team had advanced that far.

Spoales coaches the U16 Potomac Blue 05 club team. During the summer of 2014, he led a Potomac U18 squad to a No. 2 final national ranking. He holds a C license from U.S. Soccer.

At Springbrook High in Silver Spring, Md., Spoales competed in soccer, basketball and swimming before graduating in 1995. He was a two-year starting midfielder and defender in soccer. His 1993 team won a division championship.

Spoales was a Dean’s List student four times as a junior and senior at the University of Maryland. He graduated in 2000 with a bachelor of science in secondary education. In 2006, he earned a master’s through Walden University in curriculum development. He is in his 22nd year teaching for Montgomery County Public Schools.

Spoales was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Silver Spring. He and his wife, Erin, live in Gaithersburg, Md., with their sons Charlie, Cooper and Chase.