Richard Harris, soccer


Sophomore Richard Harris plays mid field for the varsity boys soccer team. This is his first year playing for varsity.

Sophomore Richard Harris has over ten years of experience playing soccer with multiple family members playing at the high school and college level. Harris finds a way to participate as a competitive player while balancing school and family life.

Lancer Link: How did you get into soccer?

Richard Harris: I definitely wanted to follow the family legacy. I also have been playing over ten years. Playing that long, I have found that I love all aspects of the sport.

LL: What is the most difficult part of participating in soccer?

RH: There is a lot of running and general fitness that we have to participate in. It is also a sport that takes up most of your schedule so you have to be prepared to sacrifice school time and family time for practices and games.

LL: What motivates you to keep playing soccer?

RH: It is fun and exiting to play. Also, I enjoy being part of the team. I feel very close to the team; they are great friends to me.

LL: What advice do you have for younger soccer players?

RH: Keep working hard and trying your best. Always have faith in your team and coach.