The 2015 Hanover High School boys soccer season is underway. With high expectations, the team is locked and loaded with young and upperclass talent all over the field. Senior captains Jonny Ferrarini and Greg Chiarelli look to take more of a leadership role this season and have been a huge reason for the early success of the team this season. The team’s record is 3-2-1 and the boys have only given up four goals through six games, showing the defense and goal tending are some of the best the league as to offer.
Junior Zach Chase, who played varsity as a freshman, sophomore and now junior, expects big things from his team. “The group of guys we have here is deep and as the season goes on we’re only going to get better playing with one another.”
On Tuesday, they faced off against Division II state championship runner up Hingham High School and the game ended in a 0-0 draw. The tie was a success in my opinion as Hingham has some of the best strikers in Division II and has championship hopes on their mind.
Coached by Mr. Steve Rodday, Hanover boys soccer is set to have an incredible season. I truly believe the high expectations will be met by all of the great players on this year’s team.