JV soccer has a great year

The Rangers ended the season with a record of 8-7-2, the team showed vast improvement considering the rocky start in the beginning of the year. Some notable performances on the year were Micah Gschwind finishing with 25 goals and a spot on varsity during the playoffs, and Richard Alvarez who also earned a spot on varsity during the playoffs.

Micah contributes most of their success to teamwork and ball movement saying, “once we started connecting some passes and putting through balls in the back of the net we started winning games.” The Rangers got off to a rough start losing early games, but after a win against Ottawa Hills, the Rangers found some momentum and carried it through the rest of the year.

During the home stretch, the Rangers were ‘dialed in’ as Richard said, “we were only focused on winning one game at a time with one goal” that goal would be to come out on top of the OK White which is one of the most feared conferences in the state. The Rangers could not get it done towards the end of the season, but they were a force to reckon with in the OK White and had the skill to prove it.