Knights aim for goal

After a successful 2-1 home win that took place Sept. 2 against Long Beach, the Knights soccer team is going to refocus as any team would, on things like fitness, a formation that works, and overall team chemistry.

The team currently has a record of 1-0, but has plenty of room for improvement.

Diego Valverde, a player on the team, says that Coach Milton Hidalgo wants the soccer team playing on the same page and performing at a top level.

This includes immediately working on fitness, a good formation that clicks and on overall team chemistry.

The team is at a good level of performance, but strives to be one of the top teams in the league. A high level of fitness will help them achieve that.

The formation the team wants is one that will work best for the players on the team and that will help win games. The Knights hope to get to playoffs by focusing not on playing as individuals, but on their chemistry as a team.

Coach Milton Hidalgo has his team practice everyday from 2 – 5 p.m.

The team emphasizes on working with each other, ultimately putting their lives and themselves second and the team first.

This is more than a game for the Knights; this is both business and pleasure for the team.

Achieving these goals will help set the team up for a successful season and help them stay undefeated at home.

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