As summer comes to a close and school begins again, spectators will soon fill soccer fields to the brim as high school soccer returns to Western Kentucky. The McCracken County High School boys soccer program is already counting the days until the regular season kicks off in four weeks with a home game against the St. Mary Vikings.

“I’m excited about the tryouts and the new season,” McCracken County head coach Mike Wiersema said. “I think we’ll be returning a lot of starters. We lost three seniors, and they were great kids, but I believe we should be a little stronger this year. So we’re looking forward to the season.”

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