A local high school recently became one of the top soccer programs in the country by using a popular app to stay connected during the pandemic.
The St. Augustine Prep soccer team was recognized after using the Hudl app for digital workouts.
"Leave the ball, and you go like that," explained Lizbeth Aguilar.
But keeping your soccer skills up, and being socially distant can be pretty tough.
"I think it's very difficult because like you're on the field with 11 other players and it's very hard to not be close together. I have younger siblings. So it's very hard like to find the time to be able to exercise and to do these workouts," Lizbeth Aguilar says.
Lizbeth Aguilar spends nearly 90 minutes every day working on her skills.
"And go forward again," Lizbeth Aguilar says.
TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor Lance Allan asks do you try for speed or do you try for accuracy in a drill like that?
"I try for accuracy, because like I can lose a ball really easily. So I try to like, do more," Lizbeth Aguilar says.
TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor Lance Allan asks and more control?
"Oh yeah," Lizbeth Aguilar says.
A soon to be senior, Aguilar hopes to be back on the pitch soon.