Senior G’ana Losson is a talented varsity soccer player who has been a varsity starter for four years and will be attending Lewis and Clark College in the fall to continue her soccer career.
Losson has garnered many accolades over the years for sports and academics, including the North Coast Scholar Athlete, North Coast playoffs, Northern California Special Olympics Recognition, the Lewis and Clark Pioneer Award, Lewis and Clark Endowment Award, and honor roll.
“I play soccer because of the high intensity, competition level, and it’s my relaxation time. Every time I step onto the pitch I get a sensation of focus and happiness that I feel nowhere else. I also get to spend time with my best friends playing the sport we love,” Losson said.
She currently plays for the CVHS varsity team and for the Pleasanton Rage soccer club. She has played soccer since she was six years old, and plays the center defense position.
A favorite memory of hers is when she went with her parents to England and watched a professional match with her favorite club team, Arsenal. She also shares her obsession of the game with her father, who is passionate about the sport as well.