The Grand Island boys soccer team did something Thursday in its season opener against Lincoln High that they didn’t in all of the 2017 season.Score more than two goals.The Islanders (1-0) got goals from Jair Orozco, Moises Jacobo and Steven Castillo in a 3-0 victory over the Links (0-1) Thursday night at Memorial Field.
First-year head coach Benny Hanaphy is hoping for bigger and better things for the Grand Island Senior High girls soccer program.After being an assistant coach under former coach Debora Carpenter, Hanaphy takes the reigns as he hopes to make the Islanders consistently competitive.“It’s kind of a rebuilding process. Until you take charge of it, you don’t know how much work is involved,” Hanahphy said.
The Grand Island Senior High boys soccer team has taken a different approach to training this spring, in its lofty pursuit of a deep run in the state tournament.In a style similar to when head coach Jeremy Jensen played football at Nebraska in the 1990s, the team blends the varsity and junior varsity for a portion of practice while also putting players in groups by position.This has allowed the players to gain a more nuanced understanding of their positions as well as in-game situations.“It...
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