North Warren Cougars look to the future

CHESTERTOWN The North Warren Cougars boys soccer team has wrapped up its 2008 season and Head Coach Jason Humiston reflected Monday on what occurred and what could have been. I think we have had a solid season so far, Humiston said Monday. We lost so many guys after last year. The Cougars finished the season 8-8-2 overall and 7-7-2, placing fourth in the Adirondack League. Although the season outcome fell short of the teams goals, Humiston believes that a foundation may have been set for future success this season. Starting goalie Kristian Seeley, a Freshman who has gained substantial skills this year, is a potential element in the 2009 teams promising future. He was outstanding all season, Humiston said. Its really tough to throw someone so young in that position. The 2008 Cougars were certainly not short on leadership and talent in their upperclassman either. Senior forward John Remington is in the last throes of a stellar four years on the squad. Remington has scored 25 goals and contributed four assists this season. His career numbers are equally impressive. He has scored a total of 82 goals as a member of the varsity squad over the last four seasons. Another Senior, midfielder Jeff Lemelson dominated the center of the field all season, Humiston said. Humiston said that a couple of bounces in their favor may have put the Cougars back into the mix as league contenders. We lost a couple games that really could have been ours, he said.

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