Tue, January 23, 2024 at 10:28 AM
As the new school year begins, sports fans at PS High School are eagerly awaiting the start of the new soccer season. The PS High School soccer team, under the leadership of Coach Soyab Sumra, has been making waves in the local sports scene for the past few years. With a combination of talented players and a dedicated coach, the PS High School soccer team has become a force to be reckoned with. In this article, we had the chance to sit down with Coach Sumra and ask him about his goals and expectations for this year's team. When asked about his overall goals for the team this season, Coach Sumra replied with enthusiasm. "Our ultimate goal is to win the state championship. That's what we strive for every year," he said. "But, along with that, we want to improve our game, build team camaraderie and make sure that our players are constantly developing and growing as athletes and individuals." To achieve these goals, Coach Sumra believes that the key to success lies in hard work and discipline. "We have a saying in our team - 'There's no 'I' in team, but there's an 'I' in win'," he laughed. "Jokes aside, we need to work as a team, trust each other and stay disciplined on and off the field. These are the ingredients for a successful team." As for the top returning players from last season, Coach Sumra mentioned a few names with pride. "We have a strong core of returning players this year, namely Alex, Sarah, and David," he said. "Alex is our star striker. He has an exceptional eye for the goal and is a natural goal scorer. Sarah, on the other hand, is a dependable defender. Her strong tackles and quick decision-making make her a crucial asset on our team. And David, our team captain, is a versatile player who can play in multiple positions on the field. His leadership skills and determination to win make him an exceptional player." When asked what makes these returning players special, Coach Sumra couldn't stop gushing about their commitment to the team. "These players have been with us for a few years now, and they have grown not just as players, but as individuals as well. They are dedicated to their craft, constantly pushing themselves to be better and setting an excellent example for the younger players in the team. Their determination, skill, and leadership are what make them stand out." But the team isn