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2017 Eldorado Boys Soccer Capsule

Updated August 22, 2017 - 4:40 pm


League: Class 4A Northeast

Head coach: David Ostler, second season

2016 record: 4-10-2 (1-6-1 Northeast, fifth)

Returning lettermen (starters): Six (five)

Top athletes: D Erick Diaz (Sr.), MF Ramiro Andrade (Sr.), D Jonathan Pinal (Sr.), MF Cipriano Rodriguez (Sr.), MF Roberto Soto (So.)

Outlook: Five starters return for the Sundevils, who will field a young team.

“With only four seniors, Eldorado looks to grow as a program around a young core of talented cousins, sophomores Roberto Soto and Roberto Gonzalez,” Ostler said. “In order to compete for a playoff spot this team will have to mature quickly and find ways to score. Leonel Sedano and Fransisco Ulloa will be asked to set up and provide that scoring.

“Team chemistry will be a plus because this group of young men works hard together.”

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