by Ismael Angulo & Ivan Rosas
Pueblo High School’s girls’ soccer team kicked off their season last semester, on Nov. 25, at a tournament at Amphi High School in which the team advanced to finals; unfortunately, they lost. However, our fearless lady Warriors did not let that stop them.
Despite hard work, the team had a disappointing record of 5-7.
Senior Liliana Orduña said, “Our season went well, but we still could have improved a lot throughout the season.”
Throughout this challenging season, the girls’ soccer team worked continuously on becoming more competitive and communicative; they also improved upon their chemistry as a team.
Another player, senior Jasmine Marin, said, “A lot of people doubted us, but we persevered,” said Marin.
Coach CelisaRamirez has been coaching this team for two years, and she hopes that the girls learned from their mistakes and also from their many strengths.
She said, “Missing practices really affected us, although the girls who did show up for practice showed the most strength on the team.”
“I hope I can continue to create fun memories for the girls next year,” said Coach Ramirez. “I don’t want any of them to believe in giving up.”
She said, “Next year, I would like to see a small squad and more dedicated players.”