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KES boys soccer team defeats Central Kings


WINDSOR — The King’s-Edgehill School junior boys’ soccer team blanked the Central Kings Gators 5-0 on Sept. 21. 

KES co-coach Kevin Lakes said he’s noticed that the team, made up of students in Grades 7-9, works well together as a unit.

“The season is just getting started,” Lakes said. “We’re off to the Atlantic Canadian Independent Schools Tournament in Rothesay soon.”

The Rothesay Netherwood School ACIS Tournament will be held Sept. 24-26.

The exhibition match leads up to the playoffs, which will be held in October.

“What’s interesting about this team is that there’s boys from Mexico, Korea, Taiwan and Amherst,” he said with a laugh. “It’s a very diverse team.”

Tyler DeGraff, from the Windsor area, is shaping up to be a good scorer for the team, he noted.

Eric Kershaw, the other co-coach, said he’s expecting big things from the team throughout the season. 

KES co-coach Kevin Lakes said he’s noticed that the team, made up of students in Grades 7-9, works well together as a unit.

“The season is just getting started,” Lakes said. “We’re off to the Atlantic Canadian Independent Schools Tournament in Rothesay soon.”

The Rothesay Netherwood School ACIS Tournament will be held Sept. 24-26.

The exhibition match leads up to the playoffs, which will be held in October.

“What’s interesting about this team is that there’s boys from Mexico, Korea, Taiwan and Amherst,” he said with a laugh. “It’s a very diverse team.”

Tyler DeGraff, from the Windsor area, is shaping up to be a good scorer for the team, he noted.

Eric Kershaw, the other co-coach, said he’s expecting big things from the team throughout the season. 

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