This year's junior varsity soccer season started off rocky. Regardless, the Lady Bucks had a good season and finished strong.
In the of the beginning of the season returning player, Anjolie Karrer, spoke about some of the communication issues leading to the tough start.
“We didn’t communicate well on the field at the beginning of the season,” said Karrer.
Coach Jen Partee agreed, however, according to Partee, you could see the growth on the field as the season started to progress.
“The change from the beginning of the year to the final part of the season was tremendous. They not only played together individually but I together as a team very well I was very proud of how they played and they have a lot of challenges,” said Partee.
Brooke Howard thought the team improved because of how practices were structured.
“I think practicing with varsity had a huge impact and made us much better players with a challenge,” said Howard.
Partee was aware of the flaws that team needed to work on.
“Both teams had issues that we both needed to fix and working together I think helped us realize. But then there were things that JV knew what to do in a situation while varsity was having trouble with,” said Partee.