Girls Soccer Preview
by Baron Medsker
Girls’ Soccer last year had a 10-1-3 season with a loss in the first round of sectionals.
“We all worked out over the summer to get stronger, and it has made a huge difference with how far my free kicks go,” senior defender and captain Alex Langford said.
The Lady Pioneer Soccer team has also changed offensive formations to be more effective with the ball.
“We can definitely win conference. Our toughest game will be against Plainfield, but we need to take each game seriously. We also have to work in practice with the same goal in mind,” Varsity Coach Jason Damron said.
Overall, the Lady Pioneers are looking forward to another conference champion repeat and a win in the sectional championship.
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