A winning December for TPHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team

TPHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team

The TPHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team is on a roll.  The team’s accomplishments in December include:

•The Butch Lee Tournament, Dec. 11-14, going undefeated against Riverside Poly, Steele Canyon and Bishop’s in bracket; Westview in the semis; and LCC in the Finals.

•The Lady Vaqueros Tournament, Dec. 20-23, in Lakeside going undefeated against University City, Canyon Crest and Otay Ranch in bracket.  The finals was a rematch against University City with TPHS coming out on top 1-0 with 30 seconds to go in the game.  The Lady Falcons are coached by Martyn Hansford and Shana Carr for the second year and have been undefeated for the month of December.

Related posts:

  1. TPHS Girls JV Soccer Team wins Barons Tournament
  2. TPHS girls varsity basketball team opens season with a win
  3. TPHS Varsity Tennis team undefeated, wins La Jolla Country Day Tennis Invitational
  4. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U11 White team wins West Coast Futbol Classic Soccer Tournament
  5. Three TPHS Soccer Teams win a preseason tournament

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