With the holiday on Monday, the Covington soccer team had only two games this past week and the Trojans won both of them.
If inconsistency comes from being an inexperienced team, the Covington soccer team proved its youth last week as the squad went 2-1, playing well on Tuesday and Saturday but not so on Thursday.
Covington had its 17th annual soccer invitational tournament on Saturday with teams from Faith Christian, Northview and Western Boone also competing.
It was another busy week for the Covington soccer team as they faced and defeated Benton Central (7-0) and then Montgomery County schools Southmont (6-0) and North Montgomery (8-2).
After finishing a string of four games in the previous eight days, the Covington soccer team got in one evening of light practice before turning around and hosting Georgetown-Ridge Farm on Thursday in a game the Trojans were very eager to play even though they were tired from having played s…
After graduating about a dozen seniors last spring including eight starters, it is not a surprise that the Covington soccer team is trying to find its identity this year.
There are two situations that are difficult for any team and the Covington soccer team faced them both when they played in the IHSAA tournament this past week.
Covington defeated North Putnam to bounce back from a loss to McCutcheon in which the Trojans did not play well and then went on to capture their own soccer invitational tournament.
The Covington soccer team split two games this past week, falling to Bismarck-Henning and then coming back with a win over Georgetown-Ridge Farm. The team also played six minutes of a match in Crawfordsville, but lightning scuttled that contest.