Boys soccer takes control
Through hard work, fast play, and focus, the Varsity Boys Soccer team led by seniors Josh Peil, Luke Ryan, and Conrad d’Leeuwen are determined to work as hard as it takes to do well in playoffs.
“This year I expect that we can make a run in the playoffs and hopefully get back to the state championship game,” says Peil, who has been playing since the age of eight.
The expectations are high, and the intensity is up for this season, especially for these senior captains. Ryan has been playing since age four, and nothing is slowing him down.
“I love the fluidity of the game and how anything can happen. I expect a lot of wins. It may be a rough start, but I think we will improve as the season goes on,” Ryan says.
As for d’Leeuwen, who hasn’t been able to get away from playing since he was five, says
“I love that it’s a team sport, and I expect to do very very well into the playoffs.”
This team does not plan on slowing down until that State Championship game, and they know that if they keep working hard, there is nothing holding them back from being the best in state. Right now, they are 4-3-2 with upcoming games against Castle View on October 1 and Mountain Vista on October 3.by
Lawrence leads on the court
The basketball season at Heritage High School has kicked off with a bang. One standout player on the Varsity team is turning heads. Matthew Lawrence ’18 is averaging 18 points and 5 rebounds per game. Lawrence is attracting the attention of all sorts of people.
Fall athletes gear up for season
Athletes took part in strength and conditioning programs for their upcoming seasons. This year marks the first year Heritage has ever had a coach that works with athletes across all sports on strength and conditioning.