Once not considered a competitive program, L.C. Bird High School’s
The development and growth have continued under second-year head coach Bobby Clarke.
This season, the Skyhawks will contend with the loss of eight starting seniors, highlighted by All-Conference and All-Region performer Kevin Medina.
L.C. Bird will be very young in the net and on defense with a more experienced midfield and forward unit.
Alejandro Compos is just a
Senior defender Rodrigo Perez will lead a defensive unit with juniors Jamera Jones and Elliott Grawe and sophomore Joel Gallegos.
The midfield will be manned primarily by two seniors, Patrick Bishop and Diego Sanchez, along with juniors Kevin Ruiz and Daniel Kim.
The Skyhawks will be challenged with a typically tough schedule that has come with playing in Class 5.
Upfront, the Skyhawks have already seen early successes on the attack. Forwards Ervin
Despite the youth movement, Clarke is confident that his team is taking steps to improve on last year’s mark of 6-8-1.