Ridgely Briddell puts the ball in play. (Photo by John Fisken)

Ridgely Briddell puts the ball in play. (Photo by John Fisken)

Spring prep preview / Oak Harbor soccer

Oak Harbor Soccer

Coach: Tony Savoy (first year).

2019 record: 1-15, 1-13, 15th in Western Conference.

Returning lettermen: seniors Diego Aranguri-Plummer, Ridgely Briddell, Maxwell Brighton, Alexander Johnson, Brandon McCracken, Ethan Snell, Jaydon Wallace, Jakob Wilson; juniors Isiah Lumsden, Jonathan Pierce; sophomore Jonathan Tang (all-Wesco honorable mention).

Strengths: Attitude, grit.

Weakness: Still learning new system.

Coach’s comment: “Our goal is to be competitive in games; if you can keep it close, you have a chance to win. After the first week, it is obvious we have some talent. The players, especially the seniors, are excited about the opportunity. We hope to surprise some people.”

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