"We're just pushing as hard as we can every game,'' Glines said. "We have a lot of heart. We all just want to work as hard as we can every day at practice. We just focus on the moment. We always feel like we're going to win the next game.''
Senior Casey Young made four stops Wednesday for the Flying Eagles, who lost to GW 2-0 during the regular season.
"It was a pretty defensive game,'' said Woodrow coach Rocky Powell. "It was going to take a mistake on one of those parts to win the game and we were the one that made the mistake. They came out in the first half and really went after us.
"We kind of neutralized that a little bit and got into a rhythm with them and played with them. We knew the first 20 minutes of the second half would be crucial. I thought our guys played well after [the goal], but we just couldn't get any offense generated.''
Powell said he is encouraged with the Flying Eagles, who showed improvement down the stretch.
"Our record really doesn't display the growth that we had,'' said the Woodrow coach. "These guys did a good job. We had a lot of guys hurt at the beginning of the season. One guy would come back and we'd lose two guys. I feel good about next year. A lot of young guys got a lot of good playing time.''
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.