Girls’ Soccer Falls to Tri-Center Trojans

Girls' soccer fell 4-2 after a 3-2 loss to Kuemper.

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Girls’ Soccer Falls to Tri-Center Trojans

GOING FOR THE SAVE -- Sophomore Lauren Nicholas runs after the ball in the game against Harlan last year. Nicholas did not return this year.

GOING FOR THE SAVE -- Sophomore Lauren Nicholas runs after the ball in the game against Harlan last year. Nicholas did not return this year.

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GOING FOR THE SAVE -- Sophomore Lauren Nicholas runs after the ball in the game against Harlan last year. Nicholas did not return this year.

Pluma Pross

Pluma Pross

GOING FOR THE SAVE -- Sophomore Lauren Nicholas runs after the ball in the game against Harlan last year. Nicholas did not return this year.

Grace Clay, Editor

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The Atlantic girls’ soccer team played tough on their second regular-season game of the year on Thursday, April 4.

The team did not score a goal until 35 minutes into the first half, shot made by junior McKenzie Waters. The first half ended with the score 3-1 in favor of Tri-Center. The second Atlantic goal was shot less than two minutes into the second half, shot by junior Kayla Mauk.

The Atlantic varsity squad fell by a score of 4-2.The JV had a final score of 3-0. Their next game will be on Monday, April 8 at the Atlantic High School soccer stadium against Lewis Central. The soccer team will be back in action the following day in a road contest against Missouri Valley.

“It was a lot of fun to watch the girls play hard,” said junior Ana Muell. Muell usually plays JV forward but she warms up with the varsity after playing in the JV game.

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