The JV boy's soccer team kicked their way to the end of the season, with four wins and nine losses, along with one tie.
This season allowed many of the boys to learn more about the game, and prepare for them to be moved on to the varsity level. A lot of the kids on the team were newer players, so this allowed them to learn how the game is played at a high school level.
As the season went through the boys have improved more and more every game.
“I feel that the team made great improvements and progress as the year went on. We really came together in the end,” said Coach Vanessa.
Daniel Fernandez had the most improvement throughout the entire season.
“Fernandez showed great dedication, competitiveness, drive, and motivation. He was a great team captain and leader on the field. He never gave up and never backed down, said Vanessa.
Dylan Lutzow expressed his feelings for the season by saying “My favorite part of the season was beating Elko for the first time in a few years.” Lowry beat Elko at home with a score of 4-3.
Brandon Lee is thankful for the experience the team gained this season.
“This season taught me a lot about the sport, and what I need to do to play on varsity level,” said Lee.