Meet the Soccer Freshmen

As the newest addition to our Boys’ Soccer team, everyone should get to know the incoming freshmen. So, without further ado, here is your 2020 Boys’ Soccer Team Freshman:

Seth Barrett (#14) is a defender for the Bulldogs. This is his 5th year of soccer. Seth says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is the skill level of the teams they’re playing against.  His role model on the team is Landon Pence. One word Seth would use to describe himself is aggressive.

Owen Clouse (#12) is a forward for the Bulldogs. This is his 3rd year of soccer. Owen says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is the pace of the games.  His role models on the team are Koltin Kline and Landon Pence. One word he would use to describe himself is fast.

Ty Carrier (#1) is a midfielder for the Bulldogs. This is his 2nd year of soccer. Ty says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is that Varsity is more aggressive.  His role models on the team are Kyle Watkins and Koltin Kline. One word he would use to describe himself is funny.

Brayden McCauley (#13) is a defender for the Bulldogs. This is his 12th year of soccer. Brayden says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is that it’s more aggressive.  His role model on the team is “Maaaaags” (He asked me to put it just like that) and Kyle Watkins. One word Brayden would use to describe himself is competitive.

Cole Monrean (#11) is a defender and goalie for the Bulldogs. This is his 5th year of soccer. Cole says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is that Varsity is more competitive.  His role models on the team are Kyle Watkins and Owen Fricko, his fellow defenders. One word he would use to describe himself is competitive. 

Ethan McIntire (#24) is a midfielder for the Bulldogs. This is his 7th year of soccer. Ethan says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is the pace.  His role model on the team is Mags (Owen Magagnotti) One word he would use to describe himself is competitive. 

Russel Plyter (#25) is a defender and goalie for the Bulldogs. This is his 12th year of soccer. Russle says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is the pace of the game and how competitive it is.  His role model on the team is Owen Magagnotti. One word Russel would use to describe himself is hard-working.

Micah Smith (#21) is a defender and midfielder for the Bulldogs. This is his 8th year of soccer. Micah says the biggest difference between Jr. High and Varsity is how competitive the teams are.  His role models on the team are Koltin Kline and his older brother Nolan Smith. One word he would use to describe himself is funny. 

 

 

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