Head coach Justin Gyenis said, "There was effort and urgency in our play, but there were miscues in the defense and the attack." Gyenis attributes the lack of sharpness to the team’s tough schedule. With no other small schools in the boys’ soccer league, South Fork only faces schools with at least triple its enrollment during league competition. ‘The back line competed hard throughout the game under constant pressure,’ said Gyenis, referring to seniors Andres Alatorre, Michael Harrison, Kyle Wescott and Elijah Ahola.
Yesterday the Cubs faced Potter Valley in a match too late to report here, but crucial to securing a berth in the North Coast Section post-season tournament. Tomorrow they travel to Del Norte and Saturday they will host Arcata at 11 a.m.