Spartan Boys Soccer kick off the season with high hopes

After the first five games, the boys varsity soccer team has started off with a 3-1-1 record under coach Max Lipset and guidance from captains Leo Larson and Mac Brown.

“Something that is working well is our team’s chemistry and bonding,” said Yash Kshirsager, “We’ve gained a lot of new players this year and the bond that we have as a team is really strong and it allows us to have more trust and confidence with each other on the field.”

One of the new soccer players this season is Ezra Straub who plays center mid.

Joining a sport can be challenging because it can be hard to adjust to the pattern and routine of the team. “Our team has gotten a lot of new varsity players including myself, and it takes time to get used to the speed of the high school level,” said Straub.

Because there are a lot of new players and changes to the season, players have been taking some time adjusting to the structure of the season and working together to build a better team dynamic.

“Something that has been challenging has been reacting to change as it’s taking a bit for us to adapt to small changes like the different surfaces of the field, or the different styles of play that other opponents have. But it’s something that we’re improving on and we’ll continue to work on that,” said Kshirsagar.

BVS’s next game is at Providence Academy on Sept. 30.

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