New Lady Cats Soccer Coach Javier Aguayo said it’s exciting to think about his team’s first scrimmage of the season Thursday night at Gerald Prim Atadium against a strong Kilgore team. There will be a JV scrimmage at 5 p.m. A varsity scrimmage with the Lady Bulldogs will follow at around 7:15 p.m. Coach Aguayo said he thinks his Lady Cats will be ready. They have been practicing since December 2. He said they have been working on getting off the ball movement and transitioning as a whole unit. He said practice has also featured working on corner kicks and free kicks. Coach Aguayo, a fan of Barcelona, said he is a big believer in possessing the ball. He hopes to learn which ones of his players can do the job based on the scrimmage. He said his players are excited and nervous. Coach Aguayo is urging them to just play and enjoy the competition.
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