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Three Raider teams begin their respective post-season games this week, with boys’ soccer playing host to Whitney High School Tuesday at 6:30pm, girls’ soccer hosting Roseville on Wednesday at 6:30pm, and the Lady Raiders basketball team travelling to Antelope on Tuesday at 7pm.
By Raider Reporters - The girls’ varsity soccer team finished their season a game early, having their last game against River Valley HS cancelled due to the danger of flooding posed in recent days in communities downstream of the Oroville dam.
The Raiders had another strong season with a record of 16-6-2, 7-3-1 in TCC conference play, sending the team into the playoffs. The game is scheduled for the 22nd with their opponent still to be determined.
Coach Kamal Singh credits the hard work of the players for their success, a tight-knit group that has learned to play collectively as a sisterhood.
“I’m proud of how much this team has accomplished in a short period of time,” said Singh.
Team chemistry led to an impressive 106-29 goal scoring differential for the season.
“Our greatest strength is is our speed as a whole and our team bonding,” said senior Itzel Geronimo.
Junior defender Catalina Avalos also feels this team has speed and works together adding, “I love when we play with heart.”
Attacking with heart is what junior forward Sydney Schultz has done all season, putting pressure on the opposing defense that led to 49 goals and 12 assists.
“We play as one unit, we respect each other and we share our goals for this season,” said Schultz.
On February 7th we will start to hold our first session of PIQE (Parent Institute for Quality Education and it will be 10 sessions on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:00pm. We hope you can join us.