The Legacy girls soccer team has a lot to adjust to this season.The Lady Broncos graduated more than a handful of impactful seniors, and Legacy drops down from Class 5A to 4A. But those changes aren't worrying coach Heather Wilson.Wilson said the Lady Broncos are going to be different in more ways than one this season, but she's still excited for the season ahead."We're learning some on the fly," Wilson said. "This is a super coachable group of kids that are really eager to learn. They take direction well and adjusted really quickly."The seniors lost from last season hurt all over the field, Wilson said. She said there wasn't one specific area that was impacted the most - every position took some hits."We really lost across the board," Wilson said. "There wasn't a big gap everywhere. We're going to be running a different formation. We're trying to work on it and for it to click together for us."Wilson has tweaked Legacy's formations on defense and the midfield. She said the changes are to accomodate the new players that are in her lineup."We're running a slightly different defense and different through midfield," Wilson said. "It suits us better. We still have speed, but it's in different places."Last season, Wilson said the team's speed was primarily with its attackers. That's why a majority of the Lady Broncos' offense came from their forwards.Now, Wilson said Legacy has more speed in the midfield. That means she's looking for her midfielders to be more aggressive than usual and wants them to take advantage of their skills."We try to utilize it more," Wilson said. "We're better at ball control and passing and movement together. That's why we're changing it up. We definitely want to use our midfield more on offense."For returning players, the change hasn't been too rough, Wilson said. She said the seniors are adjusting to the new style very well and have been setting good examples for the younger players."It's interesting, we've got great senior leadership, we're really enjoying them," Wilson said. "They've done a great job. A lot of those kids are stepping into a new role for themselves. They're doing well and we ask a lot of them."We're asking them to be a role model for expectations for the speed that we like to play at and all the things we tend to do. They do a good job of adjusting."