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 Panther Soccer Team Trying to Find Its Way

 

August 22, 2007 - Knightstown’s varsity coed soccer team has taken a few on the chin to open the season, but Coach Brad Hibbert is working on helping his players find their place on the field.

The Panthers played well in a season-opening loss to Southwestern, 1-0. Since then, they have dropped decisions to Pendleton Heights and New Castle by 6-0 scores, and fell to Centerville 3-0.

"Our biggest problem right now is on the defensive side and finishing when we're on offense," Hibbert said. "We are struggling to put players where they need to be.

"Right now we're learning who is best at what position and we are making adjustments to that. We're switching up some players, and are moving positions around until we feel like we've got a good fit for everyone.

"Offensively, we're having a problem finishing," Hibbert said. "We've had lots of chances close to the goal and haven't gotten it done."

The Panthers were in action Tuesday night against Centerville and will host Wapahani next Tuesday.

 

 

 

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