Season ends on bad note, soccer players hopeful?

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The Lewiston varsity girls soccer team started off late in August and ended the season before district-level competition, with a record of 0-15 as of early October.
“The season could’ve been better than how it came out to be, but overall we had fun,” said senior, Kelsey Wilkins.
In the month of August the Bengals lost to Lakeland Aug. 22, Sandpoint Aug. 26 and Moscow Aug. 31.
Sept. 2 the lady Bengals played at Walker Field against Chiawana High School, and lost 2-0.
The games Sept. 4 against Shadle High School, Sept. 6 against Lake City, and Sept. 9 against Post Falls were all cancelled due to hazardous air quality from forest fires in the region.
Back in the game Sept. 11, the Bengals played Ferris High School at Walker Field and lost 4-2.
Through the rest of September the Bengals lost to Coeur d’Alene Sept. 13 and Sept. 19, Moscow Sept. 16, Sandpoint Sept. 23, Post Falls Sept. 26 and Lake City Sept. 28.
The team finished the month losing 4-1 Sept. 30 against Clarkston High School at Walker Field.
This month the Bengals lost to Lake City Oct. 2 and also Oct. 7.
Oct. 7, the Bengals played at Lake City High School to play Lake City and they lost with a score of 5-0.
That was the end of the Bengal girls varsity soccer season.
“[Next year] I want to take the drive we had, even though we were losing,” said McKenna Eisele, sophomore varsity player. “We wanted to continue to push ourselves and try hard, even if it was not going the way we planned.”
The team’s head coach, Hailey Kirk, agreed.
“I am proud of the girls making the best of our season in the end,” Kirk said.

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Season ends on bad note, soccer players hopeful?