The Logan County Lady Cougar soccer team has been working hard to get ready for the upcoming season. The Lady Cougars went to camp this summer and are expecting to have a great season.
“Practice has been going very well so far. We have had a better start than we did last season. They are hungry and ready for the season to begin,” said head coach Dan Duncan. “We have a lot of new players this year that are inexperienced but we still have a lot of talent.”
Last year, the team lost four starting seniors, but Duncan is confident that the team is prepared. Duncan says they haven’t lost talent, but they are just changing the roles of players.
“We went to camp this summer and it helped a lot. They are communicating very well and being patient with the newer players. They have bonded very well and it’s the intangible things that are really important,” said Duncan. “The girls have got together and set big goals. They have goals to win district and to be really competitive in the region tournament. We can if we work hard.”
The Lady Cougars will travel to Ohio County for a scrimmage on August 12. The Lady Cougars will host their first game on their home field on Monday August 18 against Warren Central.