(COVINGTON, La) — After the St. Paul’s Soccer Wolves’ third straight State Championship win and the fourth championship win in six years, the team looks to continue improving after the loss of many seniors at the end of this season.
On Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016, the team defeated Acadiana 3-0 at Tad Gormley Stadium to bring home the trophy once again to SPS.
“I think it will be a challenge (for the upcoming juniors and sophomores,) just like it was this year,” said senior soccer player Austin Wiles. “Players will have to step up, but I believe we have built something here and we will continue to win as long as we practice hard and play as a team.”
Head Coach Sean Moser, now looking for a fourth straight State Championship with the soccer team, is confident that the team will continue to be dominant in Louisiana.
“I think with the coaching staff we have and the high talent level we have coming in, we will continue to dominate Louisiana,” said Moser.
Along with Moser, the seniors are confident that the upcoming classes will continue to live up to the expectations of SPS soccer.
“All classes contributed this year in some sort of way,” said senior soccer player Nick Isolani. “So I am confident in the current sophomores and juniors to get a four-peat.”
Now that SPS’s soccer season is over, Moser plans on making sure the team is ready to continue winning next season.
“The year before this season, we lost fourteen seniors and nine starters,” said Moser. “This year we are losing eight seniors, three of which will be hard to replace, but really only four start. So our junior and sophomore classes are very talented; I am confident that we will continue to win championships.”