Lecanto High School has always had major traditions, and the boys’ varsity and junior varsity post-season soccer banquet is one. Senior Michael Summa thinks team’s season went well. “We had a great season with what we had; we lost 12 seniors, but its always fun just to get out and play,” he said. With that being said,
After a cancelled game on Wednesday night, the LHS boys’ varsity and junior varsity soccer teams played Citrus High School Friday, Jan. 20. CHS claimed victory over both teams. After an almost undefeated season, the junior varsity team had a heartbreaker of a game against the Hurricanes. Lecanto fought hard to even out the score by playing as
The LHS junior varsity boys’ soccer team went into their game Friday night, Jan. 6, with determination to go and win against the Gainesville Hurricanes. They succeeded. “JV has not lost a game yet. We believe confidence is key and will use that against our opponents,” sophomore Jack Clark said. In the first half, JV started off strong finishing
The Lecanto Boys’ Soccer teams had great games against Citrus on Thursday, Dec. 8, with the junior varsity claiming a 2-0 victory and varsity doing the same. The team ruled the field, doing all they could to win. “Our team played probably better than they have all season. They took a lot of good shots,” said junior Kodey Desauliners.
The Lecanto High School Boys’ Junior Varsity and Varsity Soccer teams played their hearts out at their latest competition against the Forest Wild Cats on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The junior varsity team played their best. They played six games so far, this being their seventh, and they have won every game of their season. At Tuesday’s game,
In an exciting finish, the Lecanto High School boys’ soccer team went head to head against Springstead High School Nov. 30, ending the games 1-0 for junior varsity and 0-1 for varsity. “They’re all doing well and getting better every game,” said head coach Doug Warren. Lecanto’s undefeated junior varsity team showed excellent teamwork and determination to take
The Lecanto High School Boys’ Varsity Soccer team has played very challenging teams so far this season. The boys feel that they are very successful because they are starting off quite strong, even while there is still almost a whole season left. Though the Panthers struggled through a tough game against Vanguard High School, they accomplished their goal