DeRidder, La. -
PINEVILLE—Lack of team chemistry proved to be costly to the DeRidder Dragons (10-5-1) soccer team Monday night when it lost 4-2 to Pineville at Pineville.
Michael Miller scored both goals for DeRidder.
The assists came from Caleb Taylor on the first goal and David Broussard on the second goal.
“We’re just not playing very well,” Dragons head coach David Wilber said. “We’re not playing together. We have tremendous individual players. We don’t have chemistry.”
Sean Austin played the first half at goalie for DeRidder and gave up two goals and Micah Prudhomme was the goalie for the second half and gave up two goals.
Wilber said he would figure out the problem, it would be fixed and the Dragons would be alright.
“We’ve got a good team,” Wilber said. “We’ve got good kids.”
The Dragons are back in action Friday and Saturday in the St. Louis Tournament.
Courtesy of the DeRidder Daily News