Boys soccer team ends season in quarter-finals against St. Thomas Aquinas

The boys soccer team ended their season with a loss to the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints 2-0

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Reaching the ball before the other players, senior Bailey Weeks overturns the ball to the aid his teammates defensively against Saint Thomas Aquinas on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

The boys soccer team lost 2-0 against St. Thomas Aquinas on Tuesday, Nov. 4, which ended the season with a 12-6-1 record.

Head coach Arlan Vomhof reflected on the team’s play.

“I thought we played really well last night,” Vomhof said. “Other than the natural lulls of the game, I thought we played exceptional in the first 25 minutes.”

Senior goalkeeper Austin Dyche thought the team struggled at times, especially during the end of the first half and beginning of the second half.

“I feel that we had good and bad points. When we had bad points, the other team capitalized,” Dyche said.

The chances of winning became slimmer due to missed opportunities to score against the Saints.

“We had a couple opportunities earlier in the game and in the last five minutes. If we would have been able to capitalize, it could have been a different game,” Vomhof said.

The team was emotional when they realized that their season was over.

“I was very happy that we had gotten as far as we did,” Dyche said. “I was also very emotional for the first time in a long time, knowing that was the last time I would ever play for my high school team.”


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