The boys varsity soccer team falls short 0-1 to EGR


On Wednesday, the boy’s varsity soccer team, unfortunately, lost against the East Grand Rapids pioneers, losing 0-1. After a tough game, the score was 0-0 after double overtime, along with many penalty shots.

Junior Jackson Savin, loves to be a part of the team and grow closer as a team, especially near the end of the season.

“I think the team has had a very solid season, and although we have had some bad games, we have done a really good job of bouncing back to get important wins,” Jacksons said. “I am most excited for playoffs starting soon where we can hopefully advance further than the team’s district champions run last year”.

While the season is still going, the boys don’t plan on changing what they have been doing and plan on continuing to grow as a team at practices, grow individually, and become one of the best soccer teams in the state.

Coach Paul Kramer strongly believes that the boys need to keep up with what they are doing and continues to push them hard so they can go to the places that they want to go.

“No changes for us for the rest of the season,” Kramer said. “We focus on only the next opponent and our next game. We obviously realize the stakes are higher this time of the season, but that makes it even more important that we keep the same approach.”

The team’s next game is Monday, October 10,  on Ranger turf. They rematch a formidable Forest Hills Northern team. The revenge tour is on.