Stephen Peter expects his soccer team to find offensive productivity

When Friendswood went scoreless in its first four soccer games of the season, it didn’t take a member of Mensa to determine where the Mustangs needed improvement.

“And scoring goals is the hardest thing to do in the game so we have to find somebody that can consistently get good looks.

After two losses and a three ties to start the season, Friendswood finally picked up its first win in the Aggieland Invitational with a 2-0 victory over Huntsville.

Peter believes that once everyone has a chance to take the field during a game, he’ll have a better gauge on how to move the chess pieces.

The Mustangs took on Crowley, Ridge Point, Huntsville and College Park this past weekend in trying to move forward.

A 2-0 win over Huntsville and a narrow 2-1 loss to College Park in the championship bracket revealed signs of progress.

If Peter can put a productive lineup on the field and complement it with savvy substituting, a bright future could await the Mustangs in District 24-6A.