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It has been a defining year in Red Lion boys soccer as the boys went up against Gettysburg in counties, while they lost an upset 1-0 it was in all a good game. “It was hard fought, by far hardest game of the season,” Colby Myers Junior said, “It’s been seven years since we have went to counties”.
The boys had a memorable year beating their rival Dallastown 3-2, this is the first time Red Lion boys soccer have beaten Dallastown at soccer in seven seasons.
They also beat South Western in a 6-2 game to boost the boys motivation. “We could keep up with the other teams but it was hard because we are a small team,” Myers said, “We couldn’t get physical.”
Red Lion boys closed down their season with a varsity record of 8-4-3 in the regular season and a postseason record of 8-5-3. Junior varsity wrapped up their season with a record of 14-3. “We had a few misses, but that’s part of life,” Junior Roger Shultz said, “But we still had an overall good season.”
The boys are not done yet with districts right around the corner, and they are set to play rescheduled games in the coming future. “This season will be the most remembered season of my career,” Junior Cameron Gebhart said.