The season begins

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The season begins

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.


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A season of games and training began for Carlmont’s Girls Frosh-Soph soccer team.

The team of 22 girls hopes to keep up their dominant reputation from last year’s season.

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.

As some players from last year return to play for Pendleton, the bonds between most players on the team are already strong.

Sophomore Gaby Belarde said, “I expect us to play great this year and really push ourselves to get first place this year.”

Most of the players from last year’s team returned to play again, and the missing spots have been filled by freshmen and new sophomores. Although only 21 players showed up to the Frosh-Soph tryouts the first day, some girls joined the team who had originally hoped to play for varsity.

Coach Scott Pendleton has spent the last three weeks getting to know his players in order to place them in a position that would most benefit them and the team.

In order to prepare for their first preseason game on Dec. 7 against the Los Altos High School Eagles, Pendleton has prepared some strategies to help the Scots score multiple goals every game.

According to Pendleton, the team will play a possession style game. Accurate passes to open spaces are key when playing as an attacking team.

Three weeks of training have gone by and many more months remain. As the team has a couple weeks to practice and play before the real season starts, they want to become even closer as a team with some team bonding.

Sophomore Megan Handley said, “I am new to the team, but I already feel close to everyone. Before the season starts I really want us to have some team bonding sessions to become even closer.”

With a long season ahead of them, the Scots are preparing to win the first place spot.

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