Greenville Boys Soccer Honors Senior Player

We didn’t have the season we wanted but we improved each game ... Ethan Cundiff

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Greenville senior Jack Chick is honored on Senior Night. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

GREENVILLE – Greenville Senior High School boys soccer program honored its lone senior, Jack Chick prior to its MVL soccer match with the visiting Sidney Yellow Jackets.

“Jack Chick is one guy who has really stepped up,” said Greenville first-year coach, Ethan Cundiff. “He wasn’t a captain but he was a leader on the field and off the field. He is a great kid, he’s involved in the community, he’s going to do great things moving forward.”

Gavin Hayes drives the ball for the Wave in MVL soccer match with Sidney. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

The Yellow Jacket grabbed a 4-0 lead in the opening 10 minutes and settled on a 9-0 win after two completed halves of play.

The Wave boys soccer program continues to improve while dressing a total of 11 players each night not allowing for any substitutions the entire 80 minutes of play.

Greenville’s Damien Valasquez makes a save for the Wave in MVL action. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

“Once again another learning experience,” Cundiff stated. “We didn’t have the season we wanted but we improved each game. The score lines don’t prove that but the kids know that. Each and every day they got better this season and that’s what we can do, get better every day.”

Juan Gutierrez advances the ball for Greenville in home match with Sidney. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

Greenville returns 10 players for the 2024 season and will look to an incoming freshmen class to help build the program.

“We have four or five juniors, the rest sophomores, and one freshman,” noted Cundiff. “We will build off that. We get a couple of players coming in next year and build off this season.”

Kevin Nguyen handles the ball for Greenville in MVL matchup with Yellow Jackets. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Ross Mcrill battles for control in match with Sidney. (Gaylen Blosser photo)