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The Scorpions boys soccer team is displaying a united front this year and that, combined with a somewhat easier schedule, may just be enough to push the team deep into the playoffs.

Scorpions goalkeeper Wade Adams kicks the ball away from his goal in a game last season.A handful of returning players, including strikers Jose Aviles and Chris Gibson and goalkeepers Wade Adams and Daniel Luiz, should combine with several “club” players to place the Sedona Red Rock High School boys among the top Division III teams in the state.

“Our whole theme this year is unity — unifying those club boys with the Scorpions that stayed behind last year and unifying this team,” said Scorpions boys soccer coach Cindy Hauserman. “We will be much stronger together, and if everybody keeps working and working together we’ll be a total football team, meaning everybody defends, everybody attacks.

“Everybody’s skill level has to be high and we have to move as a unit on the field, so unity is a big deal. If we are unified on the field, we’re going to state, we’re going to the playoffs.”

Hauserman said that the team’s greatest strength is experience, since most of the kids have been playing club soccer for a long time.

“We have technical skill sprinkled throughout the whole field and the rest of it is just that Sedona heart,” she said. “Sedona’s a very unique place to try to put together a team, but the heart and the skill combined is going to make us succeed. There’s a lot of heart and dedication.”

For the full story, please see the Friday, Nov. 22, issue of the Sedona Red Rock News.

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