Boys Soccer Fights to Stay on Top
The boys Varsity soccer team started out the season with a bang. Being number three in the district and fourth in the city, it looks like it’s going to be a very promising season. They won 6 out of their first 8 games and are expecting to win many more. With no definite star player and everyone playing their role, it’s no surprise that the team plays well together.
“If they continue to play the way they do now, I can see them winning the district championship,” Coach Walter said.
With all this excitement about varsity people tend to forget about the always important junior varsity. They began their season on a slightly disappointing note, tying their first game. Even though they didn’t leave Boerne with a desired victory, the boys put up a great fight.
The MLK game started off a bit rocky with a goal late in the first half by the other team, but they didn’t let that bring them down. With 21 minutes left in the game, Corey Trevor-Wilson, made a beautiful goal to even the score. With a new found optimism, the team gave all they had, yet fell short. Despite the inability to score again our goalie made some incredible saves to prevent them from scoring even more.
Though not all the games resulted as planned, the season for both teams seems to be looking up. The first district game against Reagan will be tonight at 7, at Blossom athletic center. Come out and support the boys as they face their big rival and take our school to the top.