The Highlanders varsity soccer team traveled to Cherokee on March 4 and took the win, 7-0.
“The boys played well, they played a good tough and physical game of soccer and came out on top,” said Highlands Coach Caleb Brown.
Highlands Inman Ahren moves the ball down the field on the road against Cherokee.
This is the second time Highlands has faced Cherokee, the first was on Feb. 24 at home and Highlands took the win ending with a final, 10-1.
Highlands Nate Keener goes for a slide tackle.
“We started the game a little slow, but as soon as we fell into a rhythm, we started putting in goals,” Brown.
He added that Highlands played well at home against Cherokee, but there are always things to improve upon.
Highlands Lane Tingen under pressure by Cherokee.
As always, we need to continue working on shooting whenever presented the opportunity to shoot in front of goal,” he said.
Highlands Brent Sleight drills a corner kick.
Highlands Gig Chalker gets out of trouble before sending the ball down field.
Highlands JJ Postell makes a move to get the ball out of the danger zone against Cherokee.
Highlands James Earp looks for an open man.
Highlands Jeffrey Olvera works his way through midfield and passes the ball off to Nate Keener.
Highlands Lawson Shuler heads the ball against Cherokee.
Highlands Danny Lopez under pressure by Cherokee.
Highlands Henry Lopez looks to get open for a goal kick.
Highlands Wyn Dyleski clears the ball against Cherokee on the road.
Highlands Goalie Ethan Tate at the end of a rather intense penalty kick.
Highlands Inman Ahren exercises patience bringing the ball down the field against Cherokee.
Article and photos by Brian O’Shea
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