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Chamberlain hopes young soccer team won’t wilt under pressure

August 31, 2012

Photo by Amy Geer – Members of the 2012 Wolves’ Boys Soccer team are, from left to right, front row, Riley Austin, Aaron Meserole, Brent Rounsville, Patrick Moore, Cody Blankenship, Seth Woolcock, Joey Marold, Jack Walker, Chris Cummings, back row, Connor Hemdal, Tyler Schleicher, Jack Jones, Tyler West, Zach Hadfield, Dillon Mattis, Kaleb Pierotti, Mike Butterfield IV, and Chris Saquin.

Youth will be the key word for the 2012 Kane boys’ soccer team.
Head coach Ernie Chamberlain, now in his fifth year at the helm, must replace 10 starters from a team that was one win short of making the playoffs.
Chamberlain has 18 players on his roster, with three being returning letterwinners. Zach Hadfield is the only senior on the team, and will be one of the two captains. Junior Riley Austin will be the other captain of the squad. Chamberlain said that the two have a lot of experience and leadership, and have done a great job motivating their teammates.

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