Boys’ Varsity Soccer players reflect on fall season

Alliyah Trim, Reporter

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Monroe Trojans Boys’ Varsity Soccer team fought a tough season this fall. The overall team score was 1-25.

This year’s varsity captains were seniors Harrison Carter and Jacob Banks.

“I was awarded captain this year, so that was a good confidence booster for me. Last year, I was awarded ‘Most Valuable Player’ as a junior on varsity soccer, so going into this season, I knew I had a spot,” said Banks.

Trojans had one win that was against Milan this season. “We won one game; we were all excited and happy, then we went the rest of the season and lost,” said senior Bradlee Roman.

“We played really good against Milan,” said senior Reese LaBudie.

Monroe Trojans played at Dearborn High School against Lincoln Park High School for districts this season. “Districts was fun. Even though we lost, it was a good game,” said LaBudie.

“We didn’t have all that great of a season,” said senior Bradlee Roman.

For the athletes on the team, being a part of a varsity sport is a big accomplishment. “I feel that I had responsibilities to take care of,” said Roman.

The experiences of a not-so-good season don’t always mean the experience of being on the team is bad. “My experience was great because I was a sophomore on a varsity team and this season made me a lot better of a player; I was awarded ‘Most Improved’,” said sophomore Gino Assenmacher.

Even with the many losses, the overall season and teammates worked well with each other. “This season was like a love-hate relationship; I’m a senior and it was my last season, but then there was how it turned out to be. It was pretty fun season; everyone got along,” said LaBudie.

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Boys’ Varsity Soccer players reflect on fall season