Men’s Soccer to face upcoming challenges

Henry Boland
Contributing Writer

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Senior Will Kaupp dribbles the ball down the field as Senior Branyon Heard and Junior Brendan Crews follow during men’s soccer’s home opener against Fort Zumwalt East on Tuesday, Aug. 30. The Statesmen won with a score of 4-0. Photo by Luca Giordano

Men’s soccer will face at least three upcoming challenges in October. The team will face established programs consisting of Kirkwood, Vianney and the team who sent Webster home last year, the Ladue Rams.

Men’s soccer kicked off to a hot start as they sit at 10-1-2 as of Sept. 26. They have yet to face much adversity but that will change in the upcoming month of October. Webster will start the month with rivals Kirkwood (5-1) and then go on to face Rockwood Summit (8-4) the next day.

On Oct. 10, the Statesmen will face the Vianney Griffins (8-3-2). Closing out the month, Webster will seek revenge against the Laude Rams (9-3) who sent them home in Districts last year.

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