ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The Deerfield-Windsor girls soccer team had yet another successful run in the GISA state championship.
But, their season ended when they fell 5-1 to Augusta Prep.
Head Coach Aly Joslin said he’s still impressed with his team.
Now in the off season, he’s preparing to rebuild the team once the seniors, like Brenadette Takash, graduate.
“We’re going to lose players this year, we are going to lose a lot more players next year,” said Joslin. "So, just to be able to keep that successful program going. From a coaches standpoint I’ve got to recognize not just what happened this year or next year but in four years as well.And we’ve got a very good base of younger players coming up."
“We’ve built like a really strong program, and I think it’ll stay strong in the next few years because we are only losing two this year and there are a lot of really good young players coming up," said Takash.
Majority of the returning team has playoff experience... he hopes those players will help shape the team and keep this winning tradition alive.