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Girls Soccer Suffers First Conference Loss

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The Sunrise Mountain girls soccer team lost Monday, falling on the road to Moapa Valley, 2-1.

“I know we can do it,” says senior Alexandra Trinidad who scored the first and only goal the first half of the game.

This loss didn’t affect playoffs for the Miners girls’ soccer team as it was their first conference loss of the season. They dropped to 5-1 and currently sit in second place in the conference.

“Once you play against a dirty team you can’t really do anything about it,” says Trinidad.

The Miners are motivated to put their full potential in future games and hope to improve on communicating and passing the ball.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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