Boys Soccer 2018 Season: A Recap
November 5, 2018
The Warrior boys soccer lost in districts against West York on Thursday, Oct. 25.
The 1-0 loss in districts signifies the end of the season for Susquehannock boys soccer.
The team’s final record was 18-3-2.
Coach Brett Maxwell is unable to compare this season from past seasons.
“It’s a totally different team. We lost a lot of players last season…I think this year’s team is more balanced, in terms of all parts of our play, but it’s tough to compare to two different groups,” said Maxwell.
Teams the Warrior boys played against include: Gettysburg, West York Area, East Pennsboro, Biglerville and more.
Sophomore player Andrew McAleer saw the team bond strengthen this year.
“This season went really well. I truly got to connect with the other players on the team and build strong relationships to come in approaching seasons,” said McAleer.
Highlights from the season include goals by junior Nolan Holloway, junior Greyson Murray and senior Ben Wilson.
Senior player Griffin Kaifer’s season expectations were surpassed this year.
“(The season) was great. It was way better than anyone expected,” said Kaifer. “We never expected to be 18-2-2 so that was really good.”
Boys soccer also ended the season tied for first in districts with West York.
Overall this season, the boys had 64 goals, 120 saves and 49 assists.
McAleer looks back on what he would’ve done differently this season.
“I wish I would’ve really taken the chance to appreciate all the great players on the team this year and to talk to them more then I did.”