Boys’ Soccer Looks Ahead to Nobles
by The Milton Measure on Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Known for its grit and determination, Milton Academy’s Boys’ Soccer is a team of coming attractions. Led by a core group of strong seniors, the Mustangs have shocked their opponents with their young talent and the promising team they will put out next year. Senior veterans Michael Cooke, Chris Cahoon, and Dan Rubenstein have done an unbelievable job fostering community and camaraderie in a team of many new players, and they look forward to one last battle on the pitch against the infamous Nobles Bulldogs on Saturday, November 10th.
Even though the younger players have more Nobles Days to look forward to, you can expect to see each of them playing their hearts out. Juniors Pat Sheehan, Liam White, and Drew Blake create a formidable front line, intimidating opponents with their automatic ability to finish. Underclassmen Jesse Martinez (III), Shay Quintin (IV), and Gavin Baker-Greene (IV) have proven themselves tough competitors, ready and able to compete with the best in New England. This relatively young team has squeaked out hard-fought wins against powerhouses in BB&N and St. Paul’s.
Coach Chirs Kane takes pride in preparing his team better than any other team in the ISL, so you can look forward to seeing a strong, fit team playing mistake-free soccer against Nobles next Saturday.
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