Another Successful Season of Soccer for Wesleyan Christian Academy:Trojans finish (25-0) and take the NCISAA 3-A Title

Posted by Andy Durham on October 29, 2012 at 1:59 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Another Championship Year for Wesleyan Christian Academy boy’s soccer and the Trojans topped the Greensboro Day School Bengals, for the NCISAA 3-A Title this past Saturday down in Raleigh, with this giving WES back-to-back State Title wins over GDS and for the Trojans they have now won 12 State Titles, since 1984…..Rick Sanford helped get it going with kids like Aaron Tooley, Robert Tucker, Robbie Hicks and Dennis Hanlin and now the State Title trend for the Trojans just keeps on rolling along….

from Michael Lindsay at the High Point Enterprise, on this year’s State Champs, from WES….(www.hpe.com)

RALEIGH – As a boys soccer program, Wesleyan Christian Academy is used to being a target for other teams. It’s what comes with winning 11 state titles since capturing its first in 1984.

After winning last year and again preparing a stout team for this year, the target was perhaps even more squarely on the Trojans. But they thrived, completing a 25-0 run to its 12th title Saturday with a 1-0 win over Greensboro Day in the NCISAA 3A finals at Ravenscroft.

“It’s a little different this year than in years past because there was a lot of pressure on us,” said coach Scott Reitnour, in his 10th season at the school. “But learning how to deal with that pressure is important for young men and coaches alike.

“It’s a great feeling. I’m proud of the guys. They did all the work and found ways in tough situations to get the job done. And I couldn’t be more proud of them as a coach. They grew up a lot together, both on the field and off. It was a good season, and I’m really excited for them.”

CLICK HERE to read all from Michael Lindsay on the Wesleyan Academy Soccer Title…..


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