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Girls’ Soccer at 4-0
Buffs’ begin season ranked fifth in the state and currently 4-0 record with win against Regis After making it to quarter finals in last year’s playoffs, the girls’ soccer team has high expectations for success this season. “We could be really good,” sophomore Candace Cephers said. “As long as we put in the effort and have no team drama.” Last season, the Buffs’ finished with a 12-5-1 record and advanced to the playoffs where they were defeated by Fairview High School 0-7 in the quarter finals. But the focus for the team this season is to make it as far as possible. They are currently ranked 5th in the state. “I think we could go to semifinals or even finals,” junior Kendra Reid said. “We just need
to work hard and give a bunch of effort.” The team stands at a 4-0 record after winning against Broomfield High School 3-2 March 10 and Golden High School 2-1 March 12. On March 17, the girls’ beat Regis Jesuit High School 1-0. Their next games are on April 12 against Cherokee Trail and April 14 against Eaglecrest High School. tyler blair Preparing to kick: Junior Rebecka Harling prepares to kick the ball during practice. Defending: Senior Amanda Willson defends the ball against a teammate during practice. Attacking: Junior Michaela Herrmann attacks a teammate for the ball during practice. The Buffs’ are currently ranked 5th in the state.
Smoky Hill High school Newspaper, Issue 5, 2011.