This year’s King’s girls’ soccer team started out with more freshmen than upperclassman, which brought excitement about where they were headed, but also thoughts that this might be a rebuilding year. The team wasn’t ready to settle for just rebuilding.
The Knights were ready to show what kind of storm they could bring. Throughout the season they talked about weathering the storm and then being the storm. It was in the Championship game that they showed they had more to give: They had the ability to dig deep and to compete in big games. The grit, determination and tenacity that was needed for a Championship game showed itself. They played with focused intensity and inspired each other. They were the storm.
Most of all, they learned how to play for each other. What developed is a compassionate, competitive team culture that ultimately won KHS’s first girls’ soccer state championship title. We are so proud of their accomplishment. Way to go, girls!
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