Philomath downs depleted Sweet Home 9-0 in girls soccer


October 16, 2019

SWEET HOME'S Crystal Wolf, right, beats Philomath defender Reese Grube to the ball during the Huskies' face-off with the Warriors Oct. 8.

Sweet Home lost 9-0 at home in girls soccer against Philomath on Oct. 8.

Coach Ramiro Santana said he was down five starters for various reasons going into the game. They included Chloe Fairchild, keeper Mo Curtis, Emily Farthing, Kailey James and Marin Weld.

Katie Robeck filled in at goalie in the first half, while Natalie Rodgers played in the net during the second half.

"We didn't do that bad," Santana said. "That first half, we ended up being 3-0. We played the game as best we could for what we have."

Being down three or four players is a big deal, he said. "You can see how the team s...

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