Men’s soccer season ends with Sectional loss to Zionsville

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Men’s soccer season ends with Sectional loss to Zionsville

Sebastian Penix, soccer player and senior, keeps his eyes on a pass. Penix and his teammates ended their season with a Sectional loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1.

Sebastian Penix, soccer player and senior, keeps his eyes on a pass. Penix and his teammates ended their season with a Sectional loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1.

Sebastian Penix, soccer player and senior, keeps his eyes on a pass. Penix and his teammates ended their season with a Sectional loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1.

Sebastian Penix, soccer player and senior, keeps his eyes on a pass. Penix and his teammates ended their season with a Sectional loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1.

Adam Spensley

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The 2019 season for the men’s soccer team ended with a loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1. The team finished with a record of 9-4-3.

Babacar Diatta, soccer player and senior, said he believes the team had some challenges with keeping possession of the ball and moving it up the field.

“We had difficulty possessing the ball and found ourselves booting the ball up the field a lot, leaving us with a hard time creating chances. In the second half we started off strong, but we had a few chances that could’ve been goals,” said Diatta.

Varsity Head Coach Shane Schmidt said he agrees.

“We struggled moving the ball around against their defense in the first half especially. We had a strong second half but ultimately came up short in the end,” Schmidt said. By Adam Spensley

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