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How varsity girls’ soccer dominated the AAA league for two decades

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Originally published on April 29, 2016

Photo by Kelley Grade

Varsity girls’ soccer scored yet another win this season, beating the Washington Eagles 5 to 0 on April 19th and solidifying their spot in the CIF [California Interscholastic Federation] playoffs.

“We were pleasantly surprised because last time we played Washington, we took a while to score, but this time was much better for us because we scored right away and played well the whole time.”

The Eagles have been one of the Lady Cardinal’s most competitive opponents since the establishment of the AAA [Academic Athletic Association] girls’ soccer league, according to head coach Eugene Vrana. “We were pleasantly surprised because last time we played Washington, we took a while to score, but this time was much better for us because we scored right away and played well the whole time.” — junior defender Amanda Kallenburg

Photo by Kelley Grade
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How varsity girls’ soccer dominated the AAA league for two decades