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Tracy High Falls Short


Tracy Highs Varsity Boys Soccer team unfortunately had a tough loss against, cross town school, Kimball High at the start of their season. Although losing four to one, the improvement from last year is unmatched.  

Just because one game’s outcome was a loss does not determine the outcome for the rest of their 2023-2024 season.  

“It’s still early in the season, first game. We will learn from a couple of mistakes early in the game and then we practice what we need to and improve and turn this season around,” Coach Jose Carlos said.   

Senior Kenneth Villatoro said, “The midfield wasn’t really dropping, defense was not where it usually is, but it is okay we will hope for better next time,” senior, Kenneth Villatoro said. “We need more team communication and team practices to become one unit.” 

“It was our first game and we have added some new players and some that were brought up from junior varsity. Kimball is a tough match up, but I thought we played well,” after the game, junior, Brandon Garcia added. 

“We need to improve considering we allowed four goals this game. We need to work cohesively on defense, and marking especially, it is a humbling experience, but I do think we can move forward,” Josue Salguero said.  

Last year Tracy lost six to zero to Kimball but this year they were able to score first.  

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Jayme Aguon
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Jayme Aguon was born on February 1, 2007, seven weeks earlier than her scheduled due date. She is currently a 16-year-old junior at Tracy High School.  Aguon is a first-year transfer student, as well as in her first year of Journalism. She is hoping to improve her writing skills overall. She lives with her parents as an only child. She is half Chamorro, from the island of Guam, which she hopes to visit one day. Aguon plays travel softball hoping to gain a scholarship to help pay for her college tuition. She is passionate about her primary position, catcher. Before she found softball, she did competitive gymnastics for six years, as well as earning her way up to a purple belt in mixed martial arts.  She just got an Australian Labradoodle which is a therapy dog for her mother’s workAguon hopes to someday work with kids, specifically becoming a Speech Language Pathologist. She hopes to make a change in a little one’s life.  

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