Vincent - Warren High is hoping to make a deeper run in the postseason tournament this upcoming season.
Last year, the Warriors, 7-8-3, blanked visiting Athens High, 3-0, in a girls’ soccer Division II sectional opener before bowing out at top-seed Fairfield Union.
“The girls are motivated to build off of our seven wins last year to compete for a district title this year,” said second-year WHS girls soccer head coach Andy Pinkerton.
Warren graduated just three players (Emarie Smathers, Shelby Lofty, and Emma Rader) from last fall’s squad, and return 10 of 11 starters. This season, the royal blue and white varsity roster will be featuring 10 seniors.
“Even though our lineup will most likely be a little different this year, we will be more experienced and a lot deeper,” Pinkerton said. “And, we have our top four goal scorers returning.”