The boy’s Varsity Soccer team is putting in the work to continue their undefeated season


Hard work is a valuable part of being on a team. Without it, there can not be any growth regardless of talent. The boys varsity soccer team is full of talent, but the hard work allowed the team to continue their now 3-0-1 record.

With less than 2 minutes left, junior Matthew Taylor headed the ball in the net off a corner kick by junior Kyle Webb, tying the boys to keeping their record at three wins and one tie. The boys and the coach are excited to continue their season and grow as a team.
Coach Paul Kramer is excited for the rest of the season and recognizes all the work the boys have put in. Coach Kramer also sees that each team member has been putting the work in to grow as a player.

“The boys’ growth has come in the understanding that although talented, hard work rules out,” Coach Kramer said. “There’s an old saying, ‘When talent doesn’t work hard, hard work will win.’ Luckily, the boys have not shied away from the work, and it has shown its payoff so far”.

With many returning players on the team this year, the boys have a well-rounded team, and each player knows their job to keep the season going the way it has been. Senior and returning player Tyler Poth thinks that if the boys continue to work hard, they have a good chance of going further than they did in prior years.

“We have a high depth of players for every position this year,” Tyler said. “I’m excited to see how far we go. All I want to do, along with my teammates, is to keep working.”

Varsity soccer’s next game is another away game against the Forest Hills Eastern Hawks on Saturday, August 27 at 12:45 p.m.

“The boys are learning this season how to maintain a level of winning play from game to game which is extremely important.” Coach Kramer said. “And obviously, winning is a great morale boost in itself.”