Legacy Sabers soccer

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BISMARCK, N.D. - The girls soccer program at Legacy is going through a transition. The biggest one is the new head coach.

Logan Christensen made the move from Bismarck High to go from an assistant to the head of the program.

"The overall attitude of the entire group impressed up as a staff. I think our ability to communicate with the girls has probably impressed us the most and their openness and willingness to come to us with any issues that they have of any questions makes them really coachable and makes training sessions really easy for us," said Christensen.

Wins were hard to come by for the Sabers last year, so the newness surrounding the program right now is something the players are embracing.

"It's really fun to see the changes that are happening from last year to this one. We have a lot of new girls this year in each grade and to see the work ethic change from over the years has been interesting," said Sydney Dollinger

"It's going really good right now. I feel with the new coach we're learning new things as well. He has a different look on soccer then I feel like we've had before and I think it's just working really well so far," said Mikayle Fast.

The Sabers are scheduled to open the season on Friday against Mandan on their home field.