Canyon Crest Academy girls soccer still undefeated

The Canyon Crest girls soccer program continued its undefeated start to the 2012-13 season with the varsity (4-0) shutting out El Capitan High School (Lakeside), 2-0, and the JV (3-0) topping La Jolla Country Day.  Both goals were scored for the varsity in the first half by Kay Foos, with one assist by Hannah Kaplan.  The first goal by Foos, which turned out to be all the scoring CCA needed, came only 10 seconds into the game as she took control of the ball, went around one defender and scored!  The Ravens’ shutout was preserved by keepers Alexa Hozouri and Yasmine Afshin.

The varsity is now 2-0 in the pool play round of the Barons Girls Soccer Tournament and next faces Chula Vista on Wednesday.  A win or tie will put the Ravens into a semifinal game on Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hilltop High School.

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