Tiffani Tromblee and the Lady Warriors expect to be competitive.
Willsboro girls soccer roster
Hannah Bruno 12
Renee Provost 12
Emily Sayward 12
Serene Holland 12
Gabrielle Coonrod 11
Alyson Arnold 11
Morgan Murphy 11
Kyli Swires 11
Amanda Mahoney 11
Tiffani Tromblee 10
Renee Marcotte 10
Bridget Moran 10
Taylor Crowningshield 10
Kathryn Belzile 10
Gabrielle Yeager 10
Stephanie Blanchard 9
Willsboro girls soccer schedule
Thursday, Sept. 8... at Seton
Saturday, Sept. 10... v. Moriah
Tuesday, Sept. 13... at Northern Adirondack
Thursday, Sept. 15... v. Elizabethtown-Lewis
Tuesday, Sept. 20... at Chazy
Thursday, Sept. 22... v. Ticonderoga
Tuesday, Sept. 27... v. Lake Placid
Saturday, Oct. 1... v. Seton
Monday, Oct. 3... at Moriah
Wednesday, Oct. 5... v. Northern Adirondack
Wednesday, Oct. 12... at Elizabethtown-Lewis
Friday, Oct. 14... v. Chazy
Monday, Oct. 17... at Ticonderoga
Wednesday, Oct. 19... at Lake Placid
The Lady Warriors will be led by a new face for their 2011 season.
Michael Douglas, who is the newest member of the Willsboro faculty, will coach the squad, and said that their work ethic has been great to start the season.
“Every single person on the team has worked extremely hard in the preseason to become the best player they can be trying to improve each and every day,” Douglas said. “We are going to work on continuing to develop our passing game so that we can maintain possession of the ball for longer periods of time.”
Douglas said that the plan for the season is to stress a team concept, with contributions coming from throughout the roster.
“We don’t really have one player who will have a huge impact on their own,” he said. “We will score by committee and try to get contributions from a lot of different people. It may be one person who steps up big for us in one game and then a different person the next game. That has been our focus so far.”
Douglas said that the team will have to continue to work hard to reach their goals.
“If each player reaches their fullest potential by working hard and trying to improve then that will help the team reach its fullest potential,” Douglas said. “The goal is to win games, but at the same time if everyone is giving their all and that doesn’t produce a win then I will still be happy with that.”
Douglas said that with the new league merger, he was not sure if he could handicap it, but he did feel as though the Lady Warriors would have a say in the outcome.
“I expect us to be competitive and surprise some teams this year,” Douglas said. “I would like for our team to continue to improve all year long, eventually peaking and becoming a dangerous team come playoff time.”