Girls’ soccer currently unbeaten in league

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Girls’ soccer currently unbeaten in league

Captain Jacqui Frizzi passes the ball during game against Lodi.

Captain Jacqui Frizzi passes the ball during game against Lodi.

Wayne Thallander

Captain Jacqui Frizzi passes the ball during game against Lodi.

Wayne Thallander

Wayne Thallander

Captain Jacqui Frizzi passes the ball during game against Lodi.

Samara Guillen, Staff reporter

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Tracy High School’s girls’ soccer is starting undefeated and in first place in league with record of 5-0-1 and 7-1-2 overall.

“I believe this group has a lot of potential to do better than last year’s group,” coach Nate Perry said.

Perry explained the team’s biggest strength is its depth. Having a big team with every player contributing and being skilled gives them an advantage over most teams.

The girls work on their weaknesses as well as focus on the other teams strengths when preparing for a game.

This year’s captains are seniors Taylor Boren, Iris Cruz, Jacqui Frizee, and Ashley Hallen.

“If we better ourselves and take away what the other team is good at, then we stand a better chance of winning,” Perry said.

We do a lot of activities outside of school that involves cooperation and team bonding, like sleepovers.”

— Taylor Boren

The team’s goal is to win another league title and go as deep as or deeper into playoffs than any other girls’ soccer team has before.

“I am looking forward to having a blast with this team, while winning most or all of our games,” Perry said.

The girls on the team work great together. Both Perry and goalie coach Sarah Silvinson communicate well together and are unified as well, so the team really reflects their coaches.

“We have a really big team this year,” Frizzi said. “It’s important to make sure everyone is on the same page and works together.”

“We work as a team because if we let each other down, we won’t do well,” Cruz said.

There will be a home game against St. Mary’s on, April 7, 2016.

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