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Boys Varsity Soccer Team improves record

Simone Key ’17

Staff Writer

What Happened
The Boys Varsity Soccer team made improvements this year and came out with eight wins and three losses. “We had a good year for sure, definitely better than last year’s team,” said Theo Pozios ‘17. The season got off to a rough start, with two straight losses, but pulled together in the end.

The Good
The boys came in second place at divisions after defeating Marine City in their last game with a score of 2-1. Down one point, the Cavs came back in the second half of the game, scoring two points and crushing Marine City’s offense, preventing them from recovering their lead. In addition, compared to last years record of 4-12, the boys took home more wins this year and decreased their losses.

The Bad
Captain Tommy Lee ‘16 attributes the team’s losses with failures to communicate and work as a unit. “On a scale from one to ten, probably like a seven,” Lee says on how well the team worked together this season. Lee says the team had a friendly dynamic but needed to work harder as a team instead of just being friends. “The ability to work with other teammates is crucial to a successful season,” says Lee.

From The Coach
“I’m real proud of my boys,” said Coach Paul Voydanoff. “They need to get better at passing, dribbling, and shooting, but we still improved as a team.” This was Voydanoff’s 17th year coaching the boy’s soccer team.

Up Next
While the boys soccer season may be over, in the future they plan to work on their team cooperation as well as improving technique.

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