MCHS Boys Soccer

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MCHS Boys Soccer


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The MCHS Boys Soccer Team officially started their season back in August. It’s said that the boys have been having a progressive season so far. What most people love about this team in particular is their positive attitudes toward soccer. Soccer is the game they love to play, and they never let hard competition get in the way of that. Behind the scenes, the two coaches, Coach Biehl and Coach Harris, continue to work the boys hard at practice and provide pristine coaching and support. To lead the team, the coaches elected three captains this year, Riley Shreve (Senior), RIley Buckler (Senior), and Nathan Stevenson (Junior). To obtain the captain title, they worked hard for years on the MCHS boys soccer team, got along well with other players, carried a positive attitude with them on the field, and helped guide their fellow teammates. Also, being a captain has a good effect on the players and their leadership skills. Captain, Riley Shreve (Senior) says, “Being a captain has been a really good learning experience for me. I like leading a group of men with a common goal, and that goal is complete on a nightly basis.”

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  • Jack Attar (Senior)(V)- “Being that it’s my senior year, I’m really trying to make the most of this season and take it all in while I can. The boys on this team have become my family throughout the years, and I’m sad to be leaving soon. All it takes is dedication, some boys, and a ball.”

  • Nathan Stevenson (Junior)

  • Vince Bruemmer (Sophomore)(JV)- “I’m really happy I decided to play soccer freshman year because I’ve met a lot of people, and it’s a cool sport. I like to play left defender because of the constant action I get during the game. So far, this season has been a lot of work, but we always have a good time.”

  • Jakob Hultgren (Sophomore)(JV)- “As right midfielder, I contribute both defensively and offensively. Even though this season has been a tough one, our team still pushes through with good attitudes. My favorite victory of the season was against our rival, Marquette. There was a lot of hard work put into that game by all of our players, and it payed off.”



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