Scoring two victories, soccer takes down the Coyotes


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 winning streaks continued for both soccer teams on Tuesday as the boy’s scored a 1-0 win over the Heritage Coyotes, with the girl’s winning 5-1.

For the boys’ team, a change in formation and a key player, helped lead to their win.

“Our saving grace our first half was our goalkeeper Andy Wolfe, he was lights out, he’s actually lights out the entire night and it’s ridiculous saves,” head coach Fred Kaiser said. “We changed formations for a little bit. That seemed to crowd the middle a little bit more than the other team was used to. We’ve got some success off that, and it’s when we scored a goal.”

Falling behind 1-0 at the half, the girls’ team regrouped at the break, and unleashed a volley of goals in second half for the win that has them just two points out of third place.

“I was so proud of our team,” captain, junior Ally White said.  “We started off shaky in the first half, and to be able to come back and secure the game 5-1, it was a very exciting and hopeful feeling.”