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Girls soccer winds up ?magical? season

All good things must come to an end.

Such was the case on Tuesday as the

CHS girls soccer team broke their winning

streak with a tough 1-0 loss to

Aliso Niguel High School in Orange

County.

The Wolverines were ranked 2nd and

the Wolfpack 9th among 100 teams in 8

states that played girls soccer.

The single goal against the CHS,

Coach Tim Tracey reported, came in

the middle of the first half on a defensive

mistake.

Claremont had racked up a 28-1-3

record on the season, and had gone

through 5 playoff contests without a

single goal against them.

“They are,” Coach Tracey reflected,

“a pretty amazing group of young

ladies. It was a very magical season for

everybody—for the team, the school,

the parents and the community!”

—Pat Yarborough

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