DANVILLE - The Danville Indians boys' soccer team lost against the Cabot Huskies in their ninth game of the season last night.
The first half of the game ended with a score of two to zero with Cabot in the lead. Danville tried coming back in the second half. Junior, Giacomo Moretto tried assisting Freshman, Riley Fenoff. Fenoff took a shot at the goal but was not able to score against the Huskies. In another play, Sophomore, David Rapoza tried keeping possession of the ball by passing to Moretto but he was interfered by Cabots defense.
The Danville Indians struggled to get their passing under control, leaving them with a two to zero loss. Blaine Roy, a junior on the team, thinks the game could have gone better for the Indians. Roy said, " We could have played a lot better. That is not the best we can do. We had a lot of kicking and running and we had some good passes on the ground but we could have had many more. Hopefully we'll be better for next game."
This is the first year as the head coach of the Danville Indians for Jeremy Withers. Withers says, the boys had some issues controlling the ball. He thinks that needs the most attention during practices in order to be beat a team like the Cabot Huskies. Withers says that this is the youngest team they have had in a while, with nine freshman and only three seniors. Danville has played nine games so far this season and their record stands with four wins and five losses.
The next game for the Indians will be an away game against the Winooski Spartans, on Wednesday Oct. 1st at 4 P.M.