NUNDA — When fall rolls around, "soccer" is the name of the game for the Lady Indians at Keshequa.

Coach Pat Forrester is looking forward to a successful season here in 2019 as the orange & black return a half-dozen key players who started last season. This should give the Indians some firm footing to start the campaign.

"Paige Burley and Emily Weaver will be in charge of our defense, and are both looking very strong in the preseason," Forrester said. "Paige McKerrow is back for her senior season and will control the middle of our field at center-mid. Jasmine Mercado and Miranda Cartwright are hoping to take the lead offensively along with newcomer Catrina Pierce. Alex Hugi will be in net this year following a successful year at the junior varsity level."

Also set to continue their steady contributions this year will be Emerson Willet, Milia Rass, McKenzie Gillen, Makayla Abby, Faith Wood, Britteny Duryea, Denae Rathbun, Macy Boss, Jenna Weir and Heather Moriarty.

The Lady Indians will open things up at Kiwanis Park with tournament play on Wednesday and Saturday, Sept. 4 and 6 in Nunda against either Letchworth, Alfred-Almond, or Notre Dame-Batavia.

Coach Forrester concluded by enthusiastically expressing, "We are looking forward to a very competitive season this fall."