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Looking on to LHS Boy’s Soccer season, a lingering question of what could have been

Coach Cerny watches the boys sharply at practice. Photo by Maicee Ingwerson.
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With last year’s Boy’s Soccer team having every aspect to be a state contender, Covid-19 halted and ultimately cancelled the whole season. With the season just around the corner, how is the team looking and what are they doing to be prepared and stay safe during this unpredictable season?

Varsity head coach Alex Cerny talked on how much this season could be different, from what has changed in Covid-19 protocols to the unknown of a season they are are headed into.

Cerny said “without a doubt [the season] will be different” due to the coronavirus.

“We will have different rules and protocols in place that we will have to follow in order to help keep us safe and prevent the spread of the virus,” Cerny said. “Inevitably it will also have an impact on competition. Hopefully, we don’t have an outbreak here, but odds are it will impact one or multiple of our opponents in some way, shape or form.”

LHS sophomore Jackson McNeese expressed that he is looking forward to the season. “I am hopeful for us to be on the same level that we thought that we would be at last year, because we thought we had a really solid team,” McNeese said. “So I am confident we will be on close to the same level this year.”

It’s clear from what players and coaches on Lincoln High’s team said, most of them have the same thoughts and views on this season. They are hopeful and feel fortunate enough to get this season and be able to compete once again.

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