WICHITA, Kan.—Kapaun Mt. Carmel girls’ soccer played against Wichita West on Tuesday, Apr. 3. KMC took the game with a 10-0 win. The team, senior Taylor Kruse explained, had high expectations.
“Our expectations before the game were high,” Kruse said. “We came off of a bad loss so we were ready to work for a win.”
“Our strengths for the game were our ability to play together and connect our passes,” Kruse said. “Our weakness was our speed of play; we need to improve our urgency.”
The team is working to fix their weakness during practice, according to Kruse.
“We have been and will continue working on our speed of play in practice,” Kruse said.
Kruse believes that they won because of the unity among the team.
“I believe that everyone really came together to play as one last night,” Kruse said. “There really wasn’t a stand out player.”
KMC had six girls who attributed to the ten goals: Sophomores Taryn Kruse and Erika Gurnsey each had one goal., while Courtney Kempf, Erika Boleski, Courtney Gahagan and Taylor Kruse each netted two goals.
KMC girls soccer’s next game will be away on Apr. 9, against Rose Hill High School.