The Precedent

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Girls soccer chip on their shoulder is not holding them back from full potential

Midfielder junior Joey Lujan about to pass the ball up field in the game against Mountain Ridge high school.

Gavin Brennan, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2019

Starting off the new season of soccer can be difficult especially with some injuries in play. However, even after losing in the state championship twice the girls soccer team looks to crush this season and play harder than ever. With their toughest opponent being Hamilton, the Pumas will have eight weeks...

Injuries will not stop girl’s soccer

Injuries will not stop girl's soccer

Gavin Brennan, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

After two years of finishing as the 6A runners’ up, the Pumas are looking to get back to championship form in 2019-20.  Last year’s team went 22-1-3 with key players out for major parts of the season. With the loss of six seniors, the team hopes to start the season with a reloaded roster.  ...

Bit by early-season injury bug, Pumas find way to 9-0 start

Senior Anissa Montoya begins her season with an injury.

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017

While the girls soccer team is kicking off their season with several wins [4-0], they are also beginning with several injuries. Senior Anissa Montoya and freshman Emi Matalon were injured at the start of the season and will be out for the majority of it. Coach John Roberts said, “Anissa’s growt...

Soccer Seniors prepare for season

Current senior, Logan VanDine, kicks the ball to her teammates during the playoff game against Chandler on February 4th of last season.

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017

As the soccer season begins, the girls put their preparation and skill to the test. Every year the girls soccer team gets closer and closer to the championship game, but this year they are planning on playing smarter. Senior Amanda Dahl said, “I prepared for the season by continuing to play club and...

Girls Soccer on to semis after late winner

Senior Peighton Gumm heads the ball in the midfield.

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2017

The Perry girls soccer regular season officially ended on Jan. 24 with a 0-0 tie against Hamilton, ranked number four in the state, earning a playoff berth. The team made it through to the semifinals, ranking them number six in the state and number seventeen in the country. “We gave them the keys to the car,” sai...

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