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Lady Wolves look to bounce back on the pitch

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August 22, 2016

WESSON – The 2015 season for the Lady Wolf Soccer team proved difficult as the team struggled to find rhythm in games. However, 2016 brings not only new players to the club, but also a new attitude. Head Coach Junior Noel enters his second season at the helm of the program and has high hopes for the squad. “I hope to compete for a playoff spot this season,” said Noel. “The MACJC is a tough league, so this is big goal, but with this team I feel it is achievable.”

Co-Lin will be led by sophomores with experience and strong work ethic in Raven London and Ashley Seelal. Both players will help form the backbone of the team on the defensive line, playing defender and center back respectively. Many new faces will be joining the Wolfpack to form a solid team. Ray-ann Montano joins Co-Lin after being named National High School Player from Trinidad. The midfielder will bring not only ball handling skills to the team but also help defensively as well. Mackenzie Turpin from Louisiana brings an attacking element to the Lady Wolves offense, and is expected to be a leader. Franklin County’s Kelsey Barron brings even more quality play to the defensive lineup for the Lady Wolves.

Though the Lady Wolves will not be an extremely deep team, the players are high class. With strong sophomore leadership, a stout freshman class, and players that know what to expect at this level of play, the Lady Wolves look to be back in winning fashion. Coach Noel says the Lady Wolves will be taking the fight to opposing teams in 2016; “We are going to be an up-tempo team for sure. We are going to press and be offensive minded.” This offensive threat, built on top of a defense that is lush with experience, creates a perfect storm of potential for the Lady Wolves in 2016.