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Athlete Profile: Dalton VonKaenel

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The boys went very far this year. What was the reason behind this success?

This group was very close knit and we understood each other well.

What is the hardest part about being goalie?

The penalty kicks.

What was the best part about being goalie?

Making the winning save.

How was this team different from the ones in the past?

Apart from the team being more of a close group, there was also more of a variety on the bench.

Is there any pre-game tradition you and the boys have?

The team doesn’t, but I tap the crossbar three times.

Do you plan on continuing soccer in your future? 

Yes, I want to play at University of Wisconsin-Superior.

When you’re not playing goalie, what other positions do you play?

Sometimes when we are up by a lot, the coach will put me in as forward.

What was the highlight of this season for you?

Section Finals in the Penalty Kick shootout.

Your personal strengths this year?

I became better at reading crosses and blocking penalty kicks.

How did you first get into soccer?

My mom signed me up for a bunch of sports when I was 4. The one I liked most was soccer.

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One Response to “Athlete Profile: Dalton VonKaenel”

  1. Matthew James Frome on January 20th, 2016 5:51 pm

    I’d was his/their team’s yet only boy/guy/dude manager yet both this year and also last year too during the seasons of EHS VARSITY BOYS SOCCER (AS WELL BOYS EHS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM’S ONLY BOY/GUY/DUDE manager) and awesomeness included, and also my name is Matthew J. Frome!.

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