In his first year as the Red Demons head soccer coach, Saul Hernandez has Dodge City off to a 5-1 start to the season.
“It just means that we’re doing things right (defensively),” Hernandez said. “We’re communicating well, our movement has been good. We’ve worked together as a unit which makes me happy.”
Dodge City’s toughest league test will come on Tuesday when they host Garden City. The Buffaloes also boast a 5-1 record and recently beat Liberal 1-0 and have a 2-0 record in conference play.
“I know that they have a good midfield and they have physical forwards,” Hernandez said. “We just have to expect the best from (Garden City) and expect they’re going to be on their A-game so we have to be on our A-game.”