Soccer tries to conquer Coyotes after defeating Lions

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Emily Vetvick

Winding up a kick, sophomore Jack Bryan prepares to take a shot at the goal. Taking two wins Tuesday against the Heritage Coyotes, soccer continues to work in practice for their next competition.

Remi Williams, Staff Reporter

The girls’ soccer team is loading up and traveling to the Coyote den Tuesday at 7 p.m. as they seek to hold on to their playoff spot against Heritage. 

“In practice we’ve been working on more feet to feet passes and increasing our speed of play while controlling the game,” junior Paige Ripberger said. “I think we are in a pretty good position for the playoffs. We just need to keep playing strong and together for the next few games.”

Trying to build on the momentum of Friday’s win over Reedy, the boys’ team takes on Heritage at home starting at 7:15 p.m. 

“We need to continue working hard and staying focused on each week,” junior Luke Berry said.