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Rounding out the roster are senior Austin McCallister, juniors Logan Snyder, Carter Derouin and Jeremiah Hardig, sophomores Drew Lowe, Isaac McIntire, Logan Keller and Michah Stoldt, and freshmen Avery Gerkin, Eli Thomas, Chase Donaldson, Tristen
Rivet (7-6-4) also has a new coach in Theirry Schleiss and is counting on a big freshman class to fill out the lineup now that the roster has slimmed down with the school fielding its first girls team. North Knox (2-14) was in rebuilding mode a year ago, but the experience returning likely helps the Warriors drastically improve their win total. Shouldering the load as the seniors on this year's squad are returning Sun-Commercial all-area players Zach Jones, Easton Brower and Jilian Banzon. Grant Hunt is another four-year player and Braedon Stevens rounds out the senior class. Jones tallied 14 goals last season despite spending a lot of time on the defensive end. Boger said Jones is likely joining the offensive attack this year along with Brower, who had eight goals and seven assists as a junior. "Jones, Brower, Banzon and Hunt have been playing club soccer throughout high school, and Zach has developed quite a bit after playing with Jasper's club team in the offseason," Boger said. "He gained some valuable experience against teams he doesn't normally play, and I'm excited to see what Zach and Easton can do together. It's exciting to see them stepping up. ". "The boys are hungry and excited for the season. Conditioning over the summer has been good, but a bit injury plagued. My assistant coaches (Derek Daniels and John Witshork) played Lincoln soccer too, so we all understand what these kids are going through, and we want to continue building the Lincoln soccer tradition. Junior Ryan Rehwald is the team's top returning goal scorer, tallying five a season ago to go with seven assists, and he receives help from some new faces. Sophomore Steven Burkhart is a transfer from Jasper, and Garrett Couchenour, a standout in cross country and baseball as a freshman, and senior Logan Cardoza are out for the first time. South Knox also welcomes back sophomore Nick Johnson, who missed the bulk of last season with a broken foot. "Goal scoring will be interesting to see, as we have multiple players who can score. Rehwald has shown great ability to score, and Burkhart and Cardoza are making an impression on the staff with their speed and ball handling," Goodwin said. "A lot of freshmen are pushing for starting spots. We look for Nick to come back strong, and a lot of our players have played spring ball as the talent level keeps improving. Schleiss is relying heavily on his two seniors, sweeper Jacob Anderson and goalkeeper Carl Turner. Both were all-area selections in 2015 and they are tasked with keeping opponents off the scoreboard while a youthful group builds an attack. Caleb Mouzin is the only junior as four sophomores and eight freshmen make up the rest of the roster. He's pushing everyone and keeping them on track," Schleiss said. "Jacob is a talented player who has a bright future in front of him. He's physically gifted and a technical player. We have to play him on defense, especially early, to give us some stability. If we can move him up front, I think we can score more goals, but we'll have to see how it goes. "This is the first year the boys and girls have been split up, so it creates a different atmosphere," Schleiss said. "It's a young team, and we'll have to count on our seniors to stabilize the defense. I hope this team learns a lot, and I think we can surprise some teams. We have a lot of talent, and it's just a matter of how (the freshmen) hold up to the physical play of varsity soccer. We have quite a few guys who play travel soccer, which gives them valuable experience. "Korde's gotten better and better over the summer, and last year he was as good as any keeper we faced," Cullen said. "(DeCoursey) is a phenomenal player, and he hasn't stopped playing soccer since last season. He's been playing against some of the best competition in the state," Cullen said. "Merry also played with a club team, and both of them are planning on going back in the offseason. We're expecting a lot out of both of those kids. Cameron had a good season in baseball, and we hope that carries over. "It seems like this team is united, more so than I've had in the past. They're working together and working hard. I think the Blue Chip Conference is as good a small conference as there is in the state, but I think anybody can beat anybody.
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