The boys varsity soccer team continues a strong season with a win against Byron Center


After a massive win in a scrimmage against West Michigan Heat, the boys varsity soccer team is feeling good about their season thus far, and the boys are ready to continue to strengthen their skills and their relationships. With a goal by senior captain Omar Hadzimujic, the soccer squad beat Byron Center with an overall score of 1-0.

Coach Paul Kramer has been working so the boys can achieve their overall goal of a state title for themselves and the school.

He stated enthusiastically, “Simplest answer I can give is to go further than last season and be the best team we can be every time we take the pitch. Given the success at the end of last season, I felt it was important to keep the boys grounded and not get ahead of themselves”.

Throughout the season, each team shows how hard they work trying to outperform the other opponents, but the Rangers keep showing their commotion that they are going to go as far as they can and outperform their opponents each time.

Senior Noah Burr sees that the team is continuing to beat their harder competitors including Mona Shores. He is excited to see how far they go this year.

“Our win against Mona shores was good because we lost to them by a lot last year,” Noah said. “Overall Goal is to win the state championship”.

The boys’ next game is Thursday, September 8 against Coopersville High School at 6:45 p.m. The team is going to try its hardest to continue to outshine its competitors once again.