NT girls, boys soccer; PS boys soccer have seasons come to a close


National Trail:

The National Trail boys’ team saw a long season come to an end after being defeated by Troy Christian, 12-0, on Wednesday, Oct. 21. “I’m proud how hard my boys played in every game,” head coach Brandon Chaney said. “They never quit hustling until the last whistle of every game.” The team was led by goalie Tyler Browning who amassed 32 saves in the game.

The National Trail girls’ team saw its season end after a tough 1-0 loss to Cincinnati Christian on Monday, Oct. 19 at National Trail. Head coach Lisa McCloskey was disappointed with the loss but says her team should be proud. “What a great game,” she said. “If our season had to end, I’m glad it ended with the girls playing their hearts out. This was one of those games where you know they left it all on the field.”

Preble Shawnee:

The Preble Shawnee Arrows boys’ soccer season ended with a 4-0 loss at Yellow Springs on Saturday, Oct. 24. The Arrows only trailed by one at the break but a raining second half help contribute to three more goals from Yellow Springs and the Arrows lost 4-0. Afterwards Mason Kuykendoll said having the season end is unfortunate but he will enter the off-season a proud coach. “I hate to see our season end that way,” he said. “But I am extremely proud of all my boys. They played their hearts out and left it all on the field.”

By Austin Schmidt

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