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Coach: Girls improving despite tough soccer losses


September 25, 2019

NATALIE RODGERS lines the ball through a crowd of Lebanon defenders during the Huskies' match with the Warriors.

Sweet Home's girls have yet to get very offensive in soccer, but it's coming, Coach Ramiro Santana said after the Huskies lost 8-0 to Stayton and 6-0 to Lebanon last week.

"The girls are starting to get a lot of the things we are practicing," he said of his team, which had scored one goal going into this week. "We're getting better at it. As coaches, we know it's happening.

"Every game they're getting better and better, even though the score doesn't show it that much."

Stayton showed its speed against the Huskies, especially sophomore defender Alissa Humphreys, who was No. 2 in the 100 an...

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