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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Brief: Soccer wins against Taft

Starting off with aggressive offensive tactics that continued throughout the game, the soccer team took the win against the Taft Cougars  with a score of 4-1.

Strong offensive plays were made by several team members including left midfielder Ashley Oviedo who scored two quick goals for Pierce.

The Brahmas controlled the tempo of the fast moving game with aggressive plays, leading to injuries on both teams.
The first goal for Pierce was scored by Sara Hernandez on a penalty kick in the eighth minute. It was followed by an own goal from Taft two minutes later, although it was credited to Oviedo because she was the last player to touch the ball.

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