Soccer splits with Lone Star

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Soccer splits with Lone Star

Soccer faced split success going up against the Lone Star Rangers on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. While boys' fell to the Rangers 2-1, girls' found success winning over the Rangers 5-1.

Soccer faced split success going up against the Lone Star Rangers on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. While boys' fell to the Rangers 2-1, girls' found success winning over the Rangers 5-1.

Zaria Daley

Soccer faced split success going up against the Lone Star Rangers on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. While boys' fell to the Rangers 2-1, girls' found success winning over the Rangers 5-1.

Zaria Daley

Zaria Daley

Soccer faced split success going up against the Lone Star Rangers on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. While boys' fell to the Rangers 2-1, girls' found success winning over the Rangers 5-1.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

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Rounding off the first half of its District 9-5A season with a win, the girls’ soccer team dominated 5-1 against the Lone Star Rangers on Friday.

“Friday’s game was a lot of fun and overall it was a good win for us,” senior Emma Krilowicz said. “We did well with creating offensive opportunities and possessing the ball. We are working hard, but we need to keep working harder as playoffs approach.”

Back at home, the boys’ team fell to the Rangers 2-1.

“The boys played really hard,” head soccer coach Fred Kaiser said. “Overall, we played really well, they were able to capitalize on a couple mistakes that we made, but we made a lot fewer mistakes than we had previously.”