Boys soccer falls, 1-0, in tough matchup to Garden City in season opener

Senior Trey McCrea fights off Garden City Defender to keep control of the ball.

Lindsey Pfannenstiel

Senior Trey McCrea fights off Garden City Defender to keep control of the ball.

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The boys soccer kicked off their season on a rough note taking a 1-0 loss in a tight match up to the Garden City Buffaloes.

The match was scoreless until the last 16 minutes in the game, resulting in a late game lead for the Buffaloes.

Captain senior Trey McCrae has higher hope for his team going forward with the season, stating he hoped for himself and his fellow captains to lead the team in the right direction and towards the best record possibly for the Indians.

“I think we need to focus on some of the smaller things just the fundamentals of the game,” McCrae said after the game.

Coach Silas Hibbs wasn’t disappointed in his team after the 1-0 loss but more by the outcome when the final whistle blew at the end of the game.

“Definitely not the outcome we wanted from a win-loss perspective, but the boys grew immensely and they played as tough as they could,” Hibbs said. “Hats off to Garden, they played a good game and finished the opportunity they had.”

The Indians fall to 0-1 on the season and 0-1 in WAC play.

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