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By Morgan Genser
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Girls Soccer: West Torrance Over Santa Monica High School, 5-3

 

December 16, 2022

Morgan Genser

Girls Soccer: West Torrance Over Santa Monica High School, 5-3

IMG 1)Senior Lauren Forsyth from the santa monica high school girls soccer team dribbles the soccer ball up the field at Santa Monica High on Monday December 5th 2022 when SAMOHI hosted West Torrance in a non-league soccer match and lost 5-3 dropping their record to 0 wins and 2 loses this season

IMG 2)Left Junior Josie Schwartz from the santa monica high school girls varsity soccer team and Annabel Carpenter from West Torrance High battle each other for possession of the soccer ball at SAMOHI on Monday December 5th 2022 when SAMOHi hosted West Torrance in a non-league soccer match dropping their record to 0 wins and 2 loses 

IMG 3)Left Junior Brianna Bautista from the santa monica high school girls varsity soccer team along with center Alison Goucher from West Torramce High School both chase after the soccer ball while battling each other to see who will get to the ball first at SAMOHI on Monday December 5th 2022 when SAMOHi hosted West Torrance in a non-league soccer match dropping their record to 0 wins and 2 loses 

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Img4)Freshman Audrey Howard from the santa monica high school gitrls varsity soccer team dribbles the soccer ball down the field being chased from behind by Makena Irvine on the left and Lana Gilligan both from West Torrance High school at SAMOHI on Monday December 5th 2022 when SAMOHi hosted West Torrance in a non-league soccer match dropping their record to 0 wins and 2 loses 

Img 5) Senior Lauren Forsyth from the santa monica high school girls varsity soccer team heads the soccer ball down the field in front of her teammate and younger sister Piper at SAMOHI on Monday December 5th when SAMOHI hosted Werst Torrance in a non-league soccer match and lost 5-3 dropping their record to 0-2 on the year

 

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