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Lon Randall

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WCA


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WCA


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Westminster Christian Academy


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"I've been waiting for this for a long time," WCA coach Lon Randall said of guiding the Crusaders to the semi-final round.
"We couldn't get the ball in the net," Randall said.


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It's still probably a little too early to bring up the subject to Westminster coach Lon Randall, however.
"It is still very, very disappointing," Randall said. "I'm definitely not over that loss yet. Randall led the Crusaders to as far as the semifinal round for the first time since 2001 and to a season record of 27-3-2, before that agonizing semifinal loss. Still, that was good enough for Randall to earn Daily Advertiser All-Acadiana Coach of the Year honors. "There's still no doubt in my mind that we were deserving of that No. 1 ranking, even though we lost," Randall said. "We easily could have been in the finals. Some things just happen for us." Redd's injury and four other Crusaders cramping up in that game made it tough on WCA's chances late. "It's nothing against the kids at all," Randall said. Randall took over the WCA's soccer program four years ago when son, Jacob, reached high school. Randall coached youth soccer for years. "This was a unique group, because I had been coaching eight of them since they were in kindergarten," Randall said. "We felt like we had a chance to go a long way this year. When this group were freshmen, we lost in the regional. Then we lost in the quarters as sophomore and then 2-1 in the quarters as juniors, so we knew we were getting closer." The plan is that Randall will now step down as WCA's head coach, assuming the school fan find a faculty member to coach the team. "High school soccer is different," he said. As painful as the semifinal loss was for Randall, he still made his annual trip to watch the Division III state finals with Northlake Christian beating Ben Franklin. "It was definitely harder to watch this year," Randall said. "The kid was parallel to the goal," Randall said.


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"It was a good victory for us," WCA coach Lon Randall said.


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Lon Randall


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Maggi Panagiotis, Westminster Christian Academy senior, signs a soccer scholarship to Samford University as her parents, Dan and Bambi Panagiotis, and coach, Lon Randall, watch.
Maggi Panagiotis, Westminster Christian Academy senior, signs a soccer scholarship to Samford University as her parents, Dan and Bambi Panagiotis, and coach, Lon Randall, watch. / Photo by Freddie Herpin "If my memory serves me, we've had at least one girl on our team the last three or four years and every one of them has signed a college scholarship," WCA coach Lon Randall said. Panagiotis played select soccer outside of high school soccer, a commitment that has kept her rather busy, Randall said. "That's a big commitment because you're playing a lot of tournaments out of town and some out of state," Randall said. "You're practicing two days a week and nine months a year."


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