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John Jay High Boys Soccer Team Hoping To Kick Season Into High Gear

CROSS RIVER, N.Y. -- So far, the 2016 fall season has been a struggle for the John Jay High boys soccer team.

Daily Voice talks to John Jay High boys soccer coach Peter Neidell about the team's overtime loss to Walter Panas, and the season overall so far. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Fans try to stay warm in the bleachers at Wednesday's game.
Fans try to stay warm in the bleachers at Wednesday's game. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River.
Walter Panas and John Jay locked horns on the soccer field Wednesday at Cross River. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman

Things didn't get much better Wednesday, with Walter Panas coming into Indians territory and stealing a scoreless game that was up for grabs with a goal in overtime.

But Indians coach Peter Neidell knows his team (1-7-1 after Wednesday's loss) is resilient, and will continue to work toward improvement.

Watch the video to see Daily Voice talk to Neidell about Wednesday's loss, and about the team's season so far.

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