Rainy day leads to tough loss for girls

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Rainy day leads to tough loss for girls

Senior Brooke Olson (20) front, sophomore Hannah Drake (8) behind, freshmen Tatum Williams (15) right, Junior Jillian Reuille (goalie) defend their goal from Hudson as sophomore Reuille encourages them at the at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex on April 19. Their efforts were for not as they still lost 0-10.

Senior Brooke Olson (20) front, sophomore Hannah Drake (8) behind, freshmen Tatum Williams (15) right, Junior Jillian Reuille (goalie) defend their goal from Hudson as sophomore Reuille encourages them at the at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex on April 19. Their efforts were for not as they still lost 0-10.

Pheonyx Wittkopf

Senior Brooke Olson (20) front, sophomore Hannah Drake (8) behind, freshmen Tatum Williams (15) right, Junior Jillian Reuille (goalie) defend their goal from Hudson as sophomore Reuille encourages them at the at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex on April 19. Their efforts were for not as they still lost 0-10.

Pheonyx Wittkopf

Pheonyx Wittkopf

Senior Brooke Olson (20) front, sophomore Hannah Drake (8) behind, freshmen Tatum Williams (15) right, Junior Jillian Reuille (goalie) defend their goal from Hudson as sophomore Reuille encourages them at the at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex on April 19. Their efforts were for not as they still lost 0-10.

By Pheonyx Wittkopf, Reporter

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With the rainy, overcast weather, there was a possibility the girls’ soccer teams would have to cancel their games against Hudson on Friday, April 19. As the day continued, it was determined that the JV’s grass field was not suitable for their game, but varsity was still able to hold their game that night at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

As the game started, the rain turned to a sprinkle. Unfortunately, that did not help the team’s scoring drought since they did not manage to net a single goal and lost 10-0.

Varsity has played four games so far this season, and holds a record of 1-3-1. Even with their less than ideal record, head coach Len Albrecht has not given up hope.

“Anytime you lose 10-0 it’s frustrating, but the team is still learning, they’re young. There are a lot of young players. There’s a lot of of soccer players who haven’t gotten a lot of experience and they’re learning,” Albrecht said.

With the team still at the beginning of their season, there is still hope that they can turn the season around before it comes to a close.

“There’s gonna be a lot of frustrating games but there’s growth, there’s improvement and that’s what you want to see,” Albrecht said.

Superior will host Chippewa Falls tomorrow night at 5 p.m. at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex.