from the Waco Tribune Herald
When he first took the Waco High soccer job in 2008, Kris Kahler had to be part coach, part recruiter. He was forced to roam the halls a little more, scouting potential soccer players.
Eight seasons later, he has an abundance of players that never leave the field.
Things have changed at Waco High, including the size of the trophies. This year the Lions recorded the most shutouts, scored the most goals and allowed the fewest goals of any team in their district. The end result was the first district title in program history.
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