The Falcon soccer season has come to an end. The boys team went 1-6-2 in league, after having a hard time capitalizing in close games.
Most of the players are upset about the two ties. claiming they would’ve won if it wasn’t for some easily avoidable errors.
The boys soccer team is full of young talent that could show success in future seasons.
Members of Falcons news went out to interview some selected players about their thoughts on the season, coaches, and on the future of the Elmira boys soccer team.
Sophomore Patrik Lepik – varsity mid/defender (#10)
Question: What are your thoughts on the season?
Answer: “We played well, and I feel like we should have at least two wins.”
Q: What are your thoughts on the coach?
A: “I like him and he seems chill.”
Junior David Bay – varsity mid/defender (#24)
Q: Are you planning on playing soccer for the rest of your high school career?
A: “Yes! I’m planning on playing soccer for the rest of my high school career.”
Q: What does the future of the Elmira Falcon boys soccer team look like?
A: “We have a ton of young talent, but we could improve on many aspects of the game.”
Senior Antonio Turtura – varsity mid (#15)
Q: What’s your thoughts on the coach?
A: “The coach is alright … he’s trying his best.”
Q: What’s your thoughts on the season so far?
A: “It’s been a rough season, unfortunately only being able to get one win.”
Sophomore Owen Booth – varsity mid/forward (#6)
Q: Is there young talent on the boys soccer team?
A: “Yes, there is young talent on the team.”
After struggling in some close games this season, boys soccer has hope in their young talent
The Falcon’s soccer teams take on the Santiam Eagles in a grapple for goals
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