U18 soccer takes another win at home, undefeated this season
The Drumheller Under 18 soccer team is now 3 and 0 this season, with another win over Bowden on Thursday, May 14.
Braving the cold winds to shutout Bowden 4-0, a first for the team’s goalie, the U18s are starting to take shape into a dominating soccer team with good chances to making finals
e U18s beat Three 6-1 on May 12.
“We have a skilled team this year,” said coach Martin McSween. “We are hoping to be in the finals again for the district this year but we will be taking each game as a new challenge one game at a time.”
McSween said the team still needs to work on their specific positions and movement on the field, but the players are keen and are starting to mold into a tight knit group.
“The challenge for us coaches is to unify those skills to form a cohesive unit and that is where we are still weak,” Mc-
Hills Sween said.
The U18s have time to work out the kinks before their away game against Crossfield on Thursday, May 21. The team’s
feated streak of three games so far this season. next homegame is scheduled for June 2, against Olds. Regular season games run until June 11, with playoffs being held the week of June 14 to 19, and finals on June 20 in Acme and Linden.
Drumheller U18 soccer player Nick Brett fights off a Bowden defensemen at home on Thursday, May 14. The team went on to win 4-0, continuing their unde-
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