continued “As soon as we scored, I changed up the (game) plan,” said Meyer.
“It definitely was really hard,” said Fittro, who leads the Eagles with 31 goals in 18 games. “We had to play 100 percent the whole time. They had a lot of corner kicks and a lot of high kicks.”
Now LCS is preparing for its first regional girls soccer game, but the Eagles are doing so at their pace.
“We’re not practicing a whole lot,” said Meyer. “We’re making (Monday) a fun day because they can’t keep up this level of intensity.”
After all, it’s not every year the Eagles represent Section II in the girls soccer state playoffs.
“It feels amazing,” said Fittro. “We’ve come so far, and I knew we could do it.”