The boys varsity soccer team wins 5-2 in a high scoring game against Lowell


This is a season to remember for the boys varsity soccer team. Continuing their season with yet another win, the team is proud of themselves and each other. Winning against Lowell High School, goals scored by 5-2, with goals by senior Noah Gleason, junior Chris Dongmo, senior Myles Shoham, senior captain Noah Burr and sophomore Eli Lipke with assists from junior Nick Bergman, Noah Burr, senior Henry Kostbade and junior Jackson Savin. The boys are taking the time to grow as a team and become who they want to be and create the team that is the one to beat, their season is one that they plan on remembering forever. 

Junior Matthew  Taylor, sees how hard the team is working and believes that his team is going to be leaving a legacy.

“We have been working day in and day out, and I am confident that our team can make a deep run in playoffs”

Being on a team, the boys are working hard to become the toughest OK White team, but that means a lot of work has to go into that. Coach Paul Kramer sees this team as a group that he has the privilege of coaching, and can’t wait to see how far they can go this season. 

“They are like sponges in terms of soaking up information and learning from things that happen in training and in games. It’s one of the best groups I’ve had in terms of that and it will help them as we reach the halfway mark of our season and beyond”.

The boys’ next game is, Saturday, September 17, at 11:45 a.m. They face off against the Caledonia Fighting Scots, the team is anxious to see if they can continue their win streak against a tough competitor.