Wichita, Kansas 2020-10-30 00:31:23 –
Valley Center, Kansas (KSNW) — The Valley Center Hornets injured many opponents during the 2020 season.
Head coach Scott Requier and his company have won five of the last six games for the 5A playoffs against Bishop Carroll.
“We won three more games than we did a year ago. We finished in the top half of the league. From that point of view, it was a fun season,” says L’Ecuyer.
Unfortunately, the Grislon Hornets season suddenly stopped on Thursday.
This happens after seven players and one coach test positive for COVID-19 this week, and a few more quarantine.
“There are a lot of children quarantined on our roster who don’t have a COVID, as they will also be shut down, or all children associated with them for more than 10 minutes within a 6-foot distance. “Requier said.
The Hornets match with Bishop Carroll on Friday has been cancelled. The Golden Eagles will advance to the playoffs and the Valley Center will not be on the field. It was a lot of news that L’Ecuyer had to reach his team.
“I think they were more distrustful. When I saw their faces, they were still trying to accept it,” L’Ecuyer said.
For the team’s 16 seniors, that means they can’t wear the suit again at the end.
“Yes, I’m disappointed with the defeat of the season and the defeat of the match, but the final disappointment is that this team will never be the same. You’ve lost your seniors and something special A group of children, “said L’Ecuyer.
For the Hornets now, they’re just trying to steal the positive from the negative in a short cut season.
“It’s a bittersweet finish. I wanted to know how to play against one of the best teams in the state, but I don’t have the opportunity,” said L’Ecuyer. When I think about it later, I didn’t intend to play games this year, so I ended up with eight games and the season was a success. “
The Hornets ended the season with a 5-3 record and won the final match against Goddard-Eisenhower 23-7.