Williamson boys soccer

The Williamson boys soccer team pushed their way into district play by beating the Troy Trojans 2-1 last Thursday night.

After a slow start to the season of 1-4, the Williamson Warriors boys soccer team were able to finish their season 9-4, including wins in three of their last four to push them into district play.

After missing out on the tournament this past season, the Warriors were able to bounce back with an impressive season reaching 10 wins and claiming an 11 seed in the tournament.

The Warriors finished their season at 10-8 and sat at fourth in the NTL standings with a 7-5 league record. In their final game of the year they were able to push past the Troy Trojans in the standings and push themselves into district play.

During their match with Troy, the Williamson boys won in a hard fought contest by a score of 2-1. In a tough defensive effort, the Warriors were able to squeak by with a win to push their win total to 10 on the season.

The Warriors will have a tough first slate of competition in districts, as they will face off against the Milton squad on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at the Loyalsock soccer field at 4 p.m.

The Milton team is currently 12-5-1 on the season, and it will be one the Warriors biggest tests to date.