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The soccer season has wrapped up, but lives on in the player’s memories.

As the lights on the field fade and the nightly soccer games end, players talk about their reflections concerning the season.
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   Sweat trickles like a leaky faucet down the goalie’s face as the jet black and snow white ball sails across the field for the last time. The smell of the fresh green grass and late night games is gone for now. The JV soccer season is over. The players share their experiences of this season and hopes for the next one.

   Jason Bradshaw (’26) a midfielder and winger for the team is excited for the next season’s future.

   “I’m planning to try out again next year, because the experience I had this year was great and I feel like I can do better,” Bradshaw said.

   Noah Elrom (’26) a left back for the team talks about the teamwork needed to accomplish their goals together this season.  

   “By the end of the season we started playing well together as a team. A rough start, but definitely came together,” Elrom said. 

   Chase Mcgregor (’27) also a left back for the team,  talks about how he is feeling about the ending season. 

   “I mean it’s okay. I feel excited for next year, a little sad though, I’m gonna miss some of my teammates and my coaches,” Mcgregor said. 

   The last home game was in January. Players will need to try out to make the team once again. The school community can expect big things from these players. With the hopes and dreams of these fierce competitors, the future season is expected to be above and beyond. Who knows…we could have Cristiano Ronaldo in our midst.

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