Sophomore goalkeeper Louis Hyde had strong season

Although the season is over, Louis Hyde was influential with the boys’ soccer team’s success, and will help the team in the future.


Maddie Kurtovich

Sophomore Louis Hyde will continue to be beneficial to the team’s success in years to come.

Frida Fortier, Staff Writer

The boys’ soccer program at BSM consists of four different high school teams with over 90 players. While most of the younger kids do not make varsity, there were a select few who did. While the varsity team did not make it to State this year, one player who played a major role on the team is sophomore goalkeeper, Louis Hyde.

This was Hyde’s second year on the team, as he first made it last year as a freshmen. “I didn’t really expect to make varsity, but about half way through tryouts people started talking to me about making it, and I was really happy, but it was hard to believe,” Hyde said.

Although the team lost in the Section Tournament, Hyde was happy with how the year played out. “The team [did] a good job, we moved a lot of kids around to new positions, but we struggled to score sometimes,” Hyde said.

With Hyde being one of six sophomores on the varsity, and a returning player, he is already friends with a lot of the players on the team. “Louis is a really good player, and is fun to be around,” junior Harrison Shibley said.

Louis is a really good player, and is fun to be around.

— Harrison Shibley

Besides blocking shots on the soccer field, Louis enjoys fishing and hanging out with his friends.