Written By Brianna Logsdon
PRP Boys Soccer is kicking the season off with a current record of (4-6-1) [wins-losses-ties]. The team lost fifteen seniors last year, which is equivalent to a line up and a half in soccer, and they are in the process of rebuilding as a team.
“This team improves more and more as the season goes along. We lost fifteen seniors last year, and we are struggled to find our identity early on. We’ve also played a more challenging schedule this season. We’ve had matches against some of the best teams in the state, and the number twenty-five team in the nation. We’re playing this higher level of competition to be better prepared for the post season. Now, some of our guys are starting to settle into their new roles, and the team is looking more comfortable. The hope is that everything will come together and we will peak at the right as we head into the post season,” Coach Phill Bohannon said.
The team plans to continue bonding and they hope to grow strong in the mix of rebuilding their team up.
“My favorite part is just being in the game and being able to have fun with my teammates,” Senior Andrew McAnelly said.