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A Bright Season for Boys Soccer

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The Warriors gather together as a team before a win. They have come closer together as the season has moved along. Photo courtesy of Nicholas DeCastro

The Steinbrenner Warriors soccer team took to the field in November and have played 6 games so far this season. Opening the season at Bloomingdale, it did not go as expected as they lost 1-6. The team moved past that game and looked to find some rhythm to start the year. Their next game against Wharton would not go as hoped, but it was a step forward as they tied 0-0. Steinbrenner would soon move on to a winning streak, handing losses to Sickles, Blake, and Alonso by keeping them all off the scoreboard. Coach Ebright commented on their start by saying “the boys are coming together, with a little slow start… but now the actually lineup is together, and we are playing really well”. 

 To keep rolling into December, the Warriors beat district opponent Gaither 2-1. The district games are big for the Warriors as Coach Ebright said “We always have a strong district and with 4 or 5 strong teams that we have to get through”. One of those strong teams is Plant, they would tie that game 2-2 and look forward to playing them again. As Steinbrenner finished out the 2023 of the Coach had some thoughts about his team stating, “We have drastically improved from game to game, and I expect that to continue moving forward”. 

The Warriors played a few more games as they would beat Leto, Jefferson, Robinson, and Strawberry Crest. They would end the season at Bloomingdale for the western conference game and fall 0-4. With wins heading in and finishing 4-1 in the last couple of weeks, things are only looking up hill for the Warriors as they move into the playoffs. They will play Plant again in the district tournament.

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My name is Caroline Lord. I am a freshman and this is my first year in newspaper. Outside of school I like to play soccer and football and go to concerts. Inside of school I am a part of DECA, Exchangettes and FCA and I hope to make the soccer and football teams at Steinbrenner. I hope to bring a new, fresh voice to The Oracle.
Broc DyLiacco, Sports Editor
My Name is Broc DyLiacco I am a Junior and your Sports Editor for The Oracle. This is my first year at Steinbrenner and with The Oracle. I hope my writers and I can give you an in-depth recap and great coverage of Sports at Steinbrenner and more. Sports is something very passionate about both in and outside of school and sports broadcasting has become my true passion. I am a big time Tampa Bay sports fan so you will definitely see me at a Bucs, Bolts, or Rays game sometime.  
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