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Soccer Team Ranked 13th in 2A
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Alessa Baker, second from right, scored Rye's only goal off a kick awarded due to a penalty against Fountain Valley at home on Thursday, April 18. Rye lost 1-3. Baker finished with 2 points, 1 goal and 4 shots vs Fountain Valley. Players congratulating Baker are L to R: Ella Peters, Sophie Adamson, Chloe Richardson and Erin Betz. The Lady T-Bolts met James Irwin on April 20 beating them 5-2. Baker had 1 point, 10 shots and 1 assist against James Irwin.
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The Rye High School girl’s soccer team moved up into the 13th spot in the 2A statewide ranking after a pair of victories in three contests last week.

The first game was played against the Dolores Huerta Prep Scorpions. The locals took the game with no struggle. The game ended with a score of 10-0, mercy ruling the team in the second half. Ella Peters and Alicia Caughfield score one goal each while Sydney and Sophie Adamson scored four goals each. The assists were given by Peters, Sophie Adamson, and Chloe Richardson. The team had a total of 18 steals on the defensive side, with Alessa Baker and Lauren Gallegos leading the team with three each. Head Coach Mike Wing spoke about this game, saying, “We handle them fairly easy, really encourage the girls to work on their possession game, which they did and they did well. I was really proud of them.”

Second game was against the Fountain Valley Danes on Thursday April 18. WIth the ending score 1-3 with a Thunderbolts loss, the goal scored by Baker. Defense worked hard, collecting 21 steals, Shylah Marquez, and Sophie Adamson leading with four collected by both of them each. Along with defense Havilah Pitzer protected the goal, bringing in eight saves for the Thunderbolts. Wing went on to say, “What can I say, this is a tough team they’re beatable. We’ve played them twice and they got the better of us but if we see them in the postseason we will be ready.”

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