Fulton boys’ modified soccer has successful year

By Rob Tetro

Going into this season, Fulton boys’ modified (white) soccer team had three goals.

Coach David Wallace said the team set out to expand its knowledge of the game of soccer and develop both individually and as a team. Lastly and perhaps most importantly, Wallace hoped his players could come away from the season with more of a passion for the sport.

This season featured some memorable moments for the Fulton boys’ modified (white) team, including a win over Oswego and erupting for six goals against Skaneateles. The team also concluded the season by playing on the turf at the Fulton Athletic Complex.

When Wallace thinks about what his players will bring to the higher levels of Fulton boys soccer, it’s clear to him that enthusiasm and positive attitudes are two qualities that stand out.

“The players moving on to (a) higher level soccer (team) next season will be bringing a positive attitude and enthusiasm for the game of soccer.”, Wallace said.

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