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Season Recap: Varsity Soccer

Varsity Soccer had a very successful and rewarding season, finishing with one of their best records in recent years and overcoming many challenges they faced throughout the fall. The team spent the season working on playing purposeful, pro-active soccer. 

“Our ISI Varsity Soccer team grew less concerned with who we played and placed greater importance on how we played,” Coach Ken McDaniel said. “We picked up right where we left off from our previous season of building the soccer program’s culture. We continued to grow a greater sense of commitment to our fellow teammates and coaches with better attendance and overall seriousness about the team.” 

The team’s practice efforts paid off with many close games and wins throughout the season. The Varsity Soccer team was able to beat opponents that they had struggled against in previous years and had many high-scoring games. 

“My biggest accomplishment from throughout the season was scoring 16 goals,” Grade 11 player Peter Machado said.

The Varsity Soccer team will be losing seven talented seniors next season who set a standard on how to lead and represent the ISI soccer program for future team leaders. Even with the loss of the experienced players, the ISI Varsity Soccer team looks forward to the addition of next year’s incoming freshman class.


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