Boys soccer focused on field


Nathan Kremer, sports editor

After a 6-10-1 record last season, this year’s boys soccer team is looking to improve from last season.

With a more experienced roster, the Woodmen believe improvement is on the way.

“This year’s team will have more success than last year because we have better leadership on our team and our players have now played together for long periods of time. We have a better chemistry and team bond than the previous seasons,” senior Ethan Baugh, center back, said.

The expectations the boys have set for themselves are high, and they have confidence in themselves to reach these goals.

“We expect to win most of our games and compete for a sectional championship even with being a smaller school than most of the teams we play. I expect most to have a great time playing with all of my friends for our final season,” senior Eden Young, left fullback, said.

Hiring a new coach this offseason has brought renewed energy and confidence to the team.

“Our new coach is the goat, and he teaches us how to fix the holes in our game. Coach Dan Priscu has a great relationship with all of the players and has trust in us even when we make mistakes,” Young said.

Baugh gave his thoughts on his new head coach.

“Coach Dan is one of the best coaches I have ever had. He has helped me through my reluctance in my position because of my previous injury and for that I am forever grateful.”