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Soccer Team Registers Three More Victories
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Lady T-Bolt and player of the game for Lamar #28 Sophie Adamson brought in the two goals against Lamar on April 23 at home for a 2-1 final score. Adamson had 4 points, 2 goals and 4 shots against Lamar. Rye also beat Thomas MacLaren School 3-2 on April 25 with Sophie bringing in 2 points, 1 goal 4 shots. Then at the end of the week on April 27, Rye beat Colorado Springs School 4-2. Adamson finished with 2 points, 1 goal and 4 shots. The Lady T-Bolts are 8-4 overall.
 
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Over the past week the Rye Thunderbolts played against three teams, each game ended in a win for the girls Soccer team. After these last games they were moved up to be officially ranked 11th in State for 2A.

They played their first game against the Lamar Savages on April 23th, ending the game with a win, score being 2-1. Sophie Adamson scored the two goals for the Thunderbolts with an assist from Alessa Baker. On the defensive end there was 20 steals, Erin Betz leading the thunderbolts with four steals. Head Coach Mike Wing said, “Even though they were a non-conference opponent it’s always good to beat them, they are a rival. Our girls took it to them and played really well.”

The second game was against the Thomas MacLaren High Landers on April 25th, the final score of the game was 3-2 with another win. Ella Peters, Chloe Richardson, and Sophie Adamson scored the three goals of the game, with Peters and Sydney Adamson giving assists to the goals. The team worked extremely hard on the defensive side, pulling 51 steals in the game, Sophie Adamson leading the team with 11 steals. Havilah Pitzer was able to save nine goal attempts during the game while playing goalie. Mike Wing went on to say, “This game was probably out first must win of the season and playing in their backyard on a pretty tough field our girls probably had one of their best games of the season.”

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