The defending AA state soccer champs recently wrapped up their annual summer camp, before the season starts in just weeks.
We take a look at the Bozeman Hawk's in this week's Caught on Camera
"I would describe myself as very excited to be involved," said Head Coach Hunter Terry.
"If information needs to get delivered to the guy that gets the ball, then it needs to get delivered,” Terry said. If he has 10 yards between him and the next gap, do we want him to play in the same way he's facing? No, we want him to turn. We want the shot."
"I think for a lot of us it feels like the start, because there is less than a month until soccer,” said senior mid-fielder Nate Hense. “This is the time where we start getting into it and getting in the groove. I guess you can say it's the official start of the season."
"I want you to constantly be looking around,” said Terry. “Gain information, try to anticipate, and then let's play. Make sense? Here we go, get it on."
"I like what I do and like being involved in all aspects of the game. I like the personal interactions with the players."
"That was great. That was awesome."
"I like the problem solving part of it."
"I like it, that's a good scheme. I want you to hang n to it, but don't hunker in so low that you're going to be punished."
"I like guiding players to come up with their own solutions."
"Peak, defensively too. Peak.
"I love the idea of guided discovery for players to learn the game."
"Orange, what do you need to do? Very simple answer, right? We need to get our two goals and a third to anchor it."
"I love high school soccer, and I love Bozeman High,” said Coach Terry. What I take away from it is just getting excited for the upcoming season."