In his eight seasons with the boys soccer program, Wylie head coach Scott Dillon believes he’s seen the talent improve each year.
After strong season’s last year from McMillan and Burnett Junior High Schools, the Pirates again boast a new wave of young talent. This will help build off of last year’s team, which went 5-9 in district play and missed out on the postseason, but had a number of all-district players.
“We have plenty of reasons to be excited about this year,” Dillon said. “We have a ton of young talent. We return six starting freshmen from last year and a few more additional starters.”
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