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Girls Soccer beats San Marin in Final Game Before League Play
Athletic Department Staff
The Coyotes girls soccer team knocked off San Marin 2-1 on Thursday night in their final non league game before starting Sonoma County League play next week. With the win, the Coyotes improved to 2-2-2 overall after losing to Branson earlier in the week. With the shift to winter soccer, the Coyotes will compete in the Sonoma County League which features larger schools from the area including Analy, El Molino, Healdsburg, Sonoma Valley, Petaluma, Elsie Allen and Piner. The Coyotes open league play against Piner, 4:30 on Monday at SA. After considerable success in the fall at the league and NCS level, the Coyotes are expecting a much more competitive schedule playing mainly larger schools. "We are excited about the new challenge and are working hard to improve," said coach Ziemer. "It's nice to be in competitive games and it will be fun to be the underdog again," added Ziemer. "We have a fun group of girls and although we are young, it will be exciting to see how the first season of winter soccer unfolfds."
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