“Some people go to the beach. Some people take vacations. We play soccer,” Woodland freshman Treyson Thrall said.
Treyson, Jesse (a sophomore) and Aidan (a junior) have transformed a once defunct Beavers’ boys soccer program into a perennial contender. After a state first-round exit last season, Woodland and the Thralls are thinking even bigger.
“They got a bitter taste in their mouth against Highline last year,” coach Bryan Vogel said of the 3-1 season-ending loss in the first round of state. “They’re hungry for that.”