Men's Soccer: Kiddy taps local players to reload the Catamount attack in 2015

Mountain Ridge Signing

Potomac State Soccer reloads for Fall 2015 with a trio of Miners -- Tyler Sisler, Chad Sindy and Kevin Gamble, all seated. Pictured from left, back row are: PSC Head Coach Ray Kiddy, Mountain Ridge Head Coach Tim Nightengale, Renae Sisler, Scott Sisler, Diane Sindy, Gary Sindy, Kevein Gamble, Sr., Cynthia Alkire, Mountain Ridge Athletic Director Gary Davis and Mountain Ridge Principle Gene Morgan.

Keyser, WV- Potomac State Head Men's Soccer Coach Ray Kiddy knows to find talent that translates into wins in the fall often means traveling far and wide to find the best players.  However, he also knows that the soccer talent right in his own backyard is loaded with good players. Kiddy has wasted no time to scoop up a handful of very successful former Miners from Mountain Ridge High School.

Leading the way in this group is Tyler Sisler, a central midfielder who led the Miners and was fifth in the area in scoring with 14 goals and six assists for 34 points in 16 games for a 2.12 per-game average. He was the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference scoring champion, getting a league high eight goals and two assists in six games for a 3.00 average, and tied a Mountain Ridge record with four goals in a conference game against Southern.

The Miners went 15-1 and won their seventh area championship in eight seasons. They also repeated as AMAC champions with a 6-0 record, scoring 28 goals and allowing only three in league games.

Joining Sisler are fellow former Mountain Ridge teammates, Chad Sindy and Kevin Gamble. Last season, Gamble was 1st Team All-Area and Sindy was named as the most improved player at MRHS.