More wins for TPHS Girls Varsity Soccer team


The Torrey Pines Girls Varsity Soccer team continued to show its strength over the past two weeks with wins against Rancho Bernardo, Westview, Mt. Carmel, and Poway. The Falcons are now 7-0-1 in league play and 19-1-1 overall. Torrey Pines is currently ranked #1 in San Diego and #7 in the nation, according to MaxPreps.

After five away games the girls will finish the regular season at home. Come cheer the girls on at Senior Night against Canyon Crest on Feb. 20! The first 25 fans will win prizes and have their names entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card, which will be drawn during halftime. Game time is 5 p.m. at Torrey Pines. (Above, l-r) #19 Cami Tirandazi; #16 Natalie Saddic; #11 Courtney Coate; #13 Catarina Macario. Photo/Anna Scipione

Related posts:

  1. TPHS Girls Varsity Soccer team opens league play with two wins
  2. TPHS Girls JV Soccer Team wins Barons Tournament
  3. A winning December for TPHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team
  4. TPHS girls varsity basketball team opens season with a win
  5. TPHS Girls Basketball team kicks off season with two wins

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