Titans squad sets sights on playoff berth
Head coach lookingg to future of local high school program
took the league title but have been plagued by a higher than usual number of graduates, making it trule a rebuilding campaign. Adding to the woes have been a couple of crippling injuries, with Aditya Majithia going down due to an ankle injury, followed by Vincent Brivening.
But with three players coming back from Team New Brunswick there have been some positive signs.
The trio includes Logan Reid, Carlos Ponton Arndt and Joe Caswell and they have proven to be true leaders.
Another fine player added this year is Emil Haardt, an exchange student from Germany.
So, much like the football team, Wheaton finds players who spent part of their vacation performing with provincial teams, are coming back just that much better. According to the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association standings, the Tantramar Titans men’s soccer squad currently sits in second place in the AA Eastern Conference with a season record of two wins, three losses and one tie. The Titans downed JMA Armstrong 3-0 in their season opener Sept. 20; fell 3-0 to École Clément-cormier Sept. 25; were blanked by scores of 3-0 and 3-0 in a doubleheader against Louis-j.-robichaud
Sept. 27; won 4-2 against École Clément-cormier Oct. 2 and tied Louis-j.-robichaud 0-0 on Oct. 4. The Titans next see action
Oct. 11 in Salisbury when they square off against JMA Armstrong High School.
– Source: http://www.nbiaa-asinb.org/.
Obediah Anderson boots one up field in a Sept. 27 home game against Louis-j.-robichaud, while keeper Daniel Gaudreault looks on.