The Huskies are under the direction of first-year coach Brittany Woods, a former University of Charleston player and assistant coach who graduated from UC in 2007.
Woods has taken the last couple of years off from soccer but is back on the sidelines at the school where she teaches physical education.
Despite the final score, both she and Sadeghian believe this year's Huskies team has grown in leaps and bounds from previous seasons.
"I think we held our heads and we stuck in there," Woods said. "They had two perfect shots and there's nothing you can do about that. It could have been 2-1 as easily as it could've been 4-1. They played a great game, I think we played a great game and held our own, and as the season progresses, good things are going to happen."
"I give a lot of credit to Hoover," Sadeghian said. "This is a very good team and much better than previous years and you can tell they've been improving and their coach is doing a great job with them."
For the Indians, who played for a Class AA-A state title just two years ago, it's about building depth and organizing a young but talented squad.
That depth took a bit of a hit on Friday as junior midfielder Taylor Rhodes took a cleat to the lower leg and left the game just before halftime. Sadeghian said her status for today's game against East Fairmont is doubtful.
Still, Jones said Rhodes, Schmeck, and a couple others have done a nice job leading the squad so far and that the best is yet to come.
"They're leading us good and trying to set a good example for us," Jones said. "I think we have a lot of potential this year. I think we'll get a lot better as the year goes on."
Sissonville goalie Brooke Reed made three saves.
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