BILOXI, MS (WLOX)
Greyhounds head coach Jeff French has built Ocean Springs into one of the elite high school soccer teams in the nation. His 17-2 and 1 Greyhounds are ranked No. three in the country by MaxPreps.
French said, " It's good because the kids appreciate it. The fans get into it, but then again, like you said, the bulls-eye is on our back.
You don't want not to address it and be the gorilla in the room. But at the end of the day you've got to come out and execute."
Goalkeeper Moses Ohler hopes to bring back the state trophy. The last time the Greyhounds accomplished that feat was in 2011.
Ohler said, "We were on a winning streak until the other day. We lost to Jesuit, the other day. We talked about the mistakes we made and we're going to fix them for the next game."
Nick Good says practice makes perfect, "We take practice seriously and in a game most of us give it one-hundred percent."
Ocean Springs and Biloxi hook up 7:30 Tuesday night at Greyhounds Stadium.
"They want to keep that tradition to being a winning team and they're working hard at it. "said Camps. "I think we may have a chance at it."