REED CITY – It was a singular two seasons of boys soccer for Reed Metropolis senior Anakin Andrus.
Reed Metropolis ended its season final week with a 5-2 district loss to Hart.
However Andrus leaves this system with good recollections.
“I feel I used to be a very massive underdog getting into,” he mentioned of final season. “After I scored my aim, my profession skyrocketed from there and I made soccer a fairly essential a part of my life.”
The 2019 season was Andrus’ first for enjoying soccer.
“I wished to get in form for wrestling,” he mentioned. “I wished to do one thing new. Generally I hate being generally known as only a wrestler. I wish to present I can do different issues.”
Andrus performed a center-forward for the Coyotes.
“I’m in the course of everyone and I regulate who the ball goes to,” he mentioned. “I feel it was what I used to be meant to do in soccer. I feel I’m a real group participant and I’m a very good observer. I can witness alternatives from afar. It’s a very great place for me.
“I can work higher at passing and observe at not wanting on the ball on a regular basis. I will be aggressive and I can talk extra.”
Andrus hasn’t been capable of do any low season wrestling exercise because the COVID pandemic had an influence on so many issues.
“I’ve been constructing muscle, I’ve been exercising and hanging with my pals and teammates,” he mentioned.