Girls remain undefeated

Junior Kyra Falcone leaps over a Madison defender to head the ball away. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Junior Kyra Falcone leaps over a Madison defender to head the ball away.
Photo by Jacob Dukes

The only tie of the season for the girls soccer team came against Reagan Feb. 17. Extending their win total to six, the team defeated Madison 1-0 Feb. 28.

“It feels good [being in first place],” junior Ana Campa said. “It’s a rough start for second round, but we’ll keep getting better.”

Sophomore Neely Haby prepares for a throw-in. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Sophomore Neely Haby prepares for a throw-in.
Photo by Jacob Dukes

Inclement weather postponed the game from Friday to Saturday. Weather conditions were still rough at game time, featuring a slight drizzle and temperatures in the low 30s.

“The weather just plays a big part in the game,” Campa said. “It’s either play a pretty game of soccer or just win, and we’re just trying to win today.”

Senior Leslie Giles sets up for a long pass. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Senior Leslie Giles sets up for a long pass.
Photo by Jacob Dukes

Still in first place in the district, the girls’ face Churchill March 3 at BAC-East at 5 p.m.

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Hi, Im Jacob, but most call me Dukes. I am the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Brahmanews.com. Sports is my thing! I aspire to someday be a writer for the magazine Sports Illustrated. Obviously, I love to write and attend sporting events.

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