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LHS girls football unable to capitalize on scoring chances

LHS girls football unable to capitalize on scoring chances in double-overtime loss to Seaman. As it stated in The offensive opportunities were there for the Lawrence High girls Association football team, however the Lions were never enable to of capitalize.
“The game of Association football, it comes drop to chances in the box, & we didn’t capitalize on those chances in the box,” McCune said.
LHS suffered a one-0 double-overtime loss to Topeka Seaman in its house opener on Friday, despite outshooting Seaman for generality of the match.“(In the) 2nd half, I thought we outplayed (Seaman),” McCune said. Seaman didn’t record its premier bullet on goal until the 11th minute of the match.

Westfield building for aftertime in girls football

Westfield building for aftertime in girls soccer. one by just 6 seniors graduating from the programme, things are looking perfect for the Mustangs. Spring ISD Westfield building for aftertime in girls  football one / one Back to GalleryFirst-year Westfield head coach Antonio Quintana’s ultimate goal was to work on individual skills, group consolidation & understanding of the game.”We understand which the success of the programme depends on the number & diversity of players in the programme,” Quintana said. The expectations at Westfield are always to get better & to solidify the group, & Quintana believes in this team.
“I would such as to thank principal David Mason, coach Matt Meekins, coach Micahel Pistor, coach Heron & coach Hammel for their backing during this season,” Quintana said.

 

LHS girls Association football
LHS girls Association football

 

Kingwood girls romp past Memorial for bi-territory football association title

As mentioned in Kingwood girls romp past Memorial for bi-territory football Association title. Kingwood’s Emma Ebert attempts to outrace a pair of Memorial players, including Jacquelin Cardiel (five) during Thursday night’s bi-territory match.
Robert Avery Kingwood girls romp past Memorial for bi-territory  football association title. DEER PARK – Maybe one of these postseason campaigns, a Pasadena ISD team, entering as the 4th-place club, going to knock off the No1. Less than 3 minutes into the match, Kingwood had a one-0 lead after Alex Dumais scored off a pass from Colleen Feagins. In the 2nd half, Kingwood scored at the 33:48 mark on a bullet by Feagins, who finished by a whopping ten bullets on goal.

 

 

 

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