“Holy smokes! I felt we played the best game of my coaching career,” Taylor said. “The kids looked sharp and made the quick one-two passes. We looked so good, we could of played with Indiana University soccer.”
While the second-year coach was overstating his team’s performance in terms of elite college level execution, the Warriors (2-6-2) jumped on City with a pair of first-half goals from Jordan Brown, whose second goal came off a corner kick. Corey Kenworthy added a second-half goal to seal the win.
Wawasee is 2-2-2 since the first of September, and will host another Northeast Hoosier Conference opponent when East Noble comes calling Saturday.