Edgewood tops Lady Wildcats 4-1

The varsity girls’ soccer team lost to arch-rival Edgewood 4-1 Monday, after tying them last year 1-1 during districts. 

“It was definitely wasn’t one of our best games. We were all frustrated with how we were playing, and it just made it harder to play together,” senior Fallon Klenotich said. “I think we really just need to figure out how to play more as a team and not as individuals while also being able to move the ball from one third of the field to the next.” 

Sophomore Jonelle Plahuta said the Lady Wildcats will change some of their routines.

“The team is planning on doing some drills that have to do with one-to-two touch-passing to help move the ball around the field at a much faster and significant way,” she said. “The team is just working on our movement and tactical needs so that we could get around the defense with passing and long balls.  

The team will next take on the Melbourne on Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.

By Jacob Klenotich