Fort Zumwalt South student Devin Livingstone continues to control the ball for the 2019 soccer season. So far this season, Livingstone has scored 12 goals for the Bulldogs and is on his way to beat his record 24 goals scored last season.
“There is always pressure to score when you are seen as a goal scorer, especially when others are counting on you,” Livingstone said. “In order to be a good team, we have to have someone scoring goals every game they can, and that’s all I hope to do every game so we have a chance to be successful.”
This season, Livingstone’s personal best occurred during a game against St. Charles where he scored four goals and helped the team to victory.
Bulldogs coach Jim Layne had nothing but great things to say about the star player.
“He came into the preseason physically in great shape and ready to contribute right away,” Layne said. “At the same time, we have noticed a new side to Devin. He has become more of a vocal leader and we think he truly understands what his role is on the team, what he needs to do in order for us to be successful.”