Boys’ Soccer Aims High
by Logan Troy on Friday, September 19th, 2014
Boy’s Varsity Soccer is primed for their best season in recent memory. Led by captain Chris Lewis (I), who said “our main goal of the season is to win the ISL”, the team is aiming high.
This year, the team plans to take advantage of its highly skilled players through possession of the ball, thereby controlling the momentum of the game. Such a strategy should frustrate explosive ISL powerhouses like Rivers and Lawrence, two important rivals in the team’s quest for a title. While these matches are sure to be challenging, the team feels confident.
While there is no doubt they have the skill to realize their goal of winning the ISL, the players have daunting “targets on their backs,” according to Chris Lewis, after last year’s strong performance. Despite this increased pressure and attention, the team knows that it can achieve its goals through a “one game at a time” mentality.
Even with the high expectations and great potential this year, Chris is hoping that the overall experience of being on the team is a positive one, declaring that a major team goal this year is to “improve the team chemistry and brotherhood, on and off the field;” a goal that, if reached, could improve not only the team’s performance this season but also the unique and exciting experience of being part of a varsity team. Don’t be surprised when, come playoff time, Milton Soccer’s skilled and confident squad is looking to expand on its ISL title with a strong finish in New England’s.
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