RSF Attack goes undefeated

The Rancho Santa Fe Attack girls’ soccer team is the 2008 Presidio League Champions. The 13- to 14-year-old girls, who live in Rancho Santa Fe, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Encinitas and Carlsbad, were undefeated in the 14-game season, which ended in December. The Attack finished the season at 12 wins, no losses and 2 ties. Their combined scores were 30-4.

Pictured standing from left: Samantha Rauch, Cathie Haynor, Dana Conlin, Casey Ballard, Jenna Loheed, Lauren Miller, Teresa Echols, Kayla McGuinness and coach Nate Hetherington. Kneeling from left: Camille Brouwer, Grace Dhanens, Wylie Schwartz, Mackenzie Gaurano, Maddie Scott, Emily Gruzdowich and Kate Larkin. Sitting from left: Rachel Larkin and Megan Devine.

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