Trail Blazers scorch the nets, dropping the Redhawks

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Trail Blazers scorch the nets, dropping the Redhawks

The boys' and girls' soccer teams both fell to the Lebanon Trail Blazers on Friday. The girls lost 2-0 and the boys ended the game 5-2.

The boys' and girls' soccer teams both fell to the Lebanon Trail Blazers on Friday. The girls lost 2-0 and the boys ended the game 5-2.

Zaria Daley

The boys' and girls' soccer teams both fell to the Lebanon Trail Blazers on Friday. The girls lost 2-0 and the boys ended the game 5-2.

Zaria Daley

Zaria Daley

The boys' and girls' soccer teams both fell to the Lebanon Trail Blazers on Friday. The girls lost 2-0 and the boys ended the game 5-2.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

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Friday was not one for the books for the soccer program, as both teams fell to the Lebanon Trail Blazers with the girls losing 2-0 followed by a 5-2 loss for the boys.

“It was not our best game and we did not play to the best of our ability,” senior Andrea Chladny said. “We needed to dominate the middle and get the ball moving better on Lebanon Trail’s defensive half in order to be more successful.”

Although the boys’ are unable to secure a spot in playoffs, head coach Fred Kaiser hopes the team continues to work hard during the last four games of the District 9-5A season.

“Effort level was not all there in the first half, but the boys started to work harder in the second half,” he said. “We need to give it our all throughout the whole game, and not just partially, which is something we will work on for the remainder of the season.”