The McKinney Christian Boys and Girls Soccer Team lights up Irving Highlands

Mustangs win their second district game at home.


Photo by: Emma Ashcraft

Senior Emilio Sanchez scans the field.

Landry Draper, staff writer

On Tuesday, January 10, the McKinney Christian Academy boys soccer team faced off against Irving Highlands School in a home game. The Mustangs beat Irving Highlands with a final score of 4-2. Senior Emilio Sanchez shared his post-game thoughts, “We played really well, we passed the ball well. There was some craziness in the game when a red card got called, but we have to learn to push through it and win those types of games if we want to win district this year.” The Mustangs look to win district this year and make a deep playoff run.

Freshman Grady Rogers hustles to get the ball. (Photo by: Emma Ashcraft)
The Lady Stangs’ get ready to get back to play after their first goal. (Photo by: Danie Morales)

The McKinney Christian Mustangs girls soccer team faced off against Irving Highlands School in a home game. The Lady Mustangs bested Irving Highlands in a crushing win 7-0. Here was Hannah Doshier of the McKinney Christian Mustangs thoughts after the win, “We started the game off slow in the first half and then we scored seven goals in the second half and really picked it up, the other team wasn’t ready for us to come out like that with that level of intensity in the second half of play, this was a great opportunity for us to improve.”

The Mustangs next game will be away at Pantego Christian on January 12.