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M-A girls keep their dream soccer season intact

 

The Menlo-Atherton girls kept their championship hopes alive in the Central Coast Section Division I soccer playoffs with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over visiting Piedmont Hills in a quarterfinal match Saturday in Atherton.

The No. 1 seeded Bears improved to 14-4-2 while the eighth-seeded Pirates dropped to 8-7-7. Menlo-Atherton has now won six games in a row and have outscored opponents, 24-1, in the streak.

"Little bit of a survival feeling," said M-A head coach Jason Luce. "Any time you play these games the team are engaged, emotional and physical. This one was super physical, but we expected that. It's nice to see the girls be brave and stick up to that."

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on Feb 29, 2016 at 1:09 pm

Congratulations to all the teams advancing in CCS. Woodside High School girls soccer team also advances after beating Santa Teresa 1-0 in the final two minutes of their game Saturday night. Woodside High will play in the semi-finals against Mitty High at St. Francis High in Mountain View at 4:30, this Wed, Mar 2.

Note to the editors: these stories are also posted to the Almanac each day; it would be great if you could cover the rest of the readership area.

Editor: Thanks for posting. Please email me about this: Richard Hine


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