TPHS Girls Soccer Palomar League Champions

The Torrey Pines Girls Varsity Soccer team are Palomar League Champions with a 9-0-1 record in league play. The team celebrated Senior Night with a 4-0 win over Canyon Crest Academy.  Seniors honored were: Courtney Coate, Gianna Giacalone, Stephanie Merida, Zoe Purcell, Cami Tirandazi, and Macy Vrabel.   The Falcons, ranked #1 in San Diego and #7 in the nation, then advanced to the CIF Open Division quarter-finals, where they defeated Poway in a decisive 5-1 victory.   Next up was CIF semi-finals versus Westview on March 4.  The winner will play in the finals on Friday, March 7, at Mesa College, game time 5 p.m.  The Falcons are led by Head Coach Martyn Hansford and Assistant Coach Shana Carr.  Photo/Anna Scipione

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  3. More wins for TPHS Girls Varsity Soccer team
  4. TPHS Girls JV Soccer Team wins Barons Tournament
  5. Week in sports: Torrey Pines girls soccer keeps league record perfect

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