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Boys Varsity Soccer Ties Against Lompoc


After a devoted game Boys Varsity Soccer ends their game with a tie against Lompoc.

The brisk breeze glides past number 12 as he dodges attempted steals from the opposing team. His sprint across the field trailing behind the ball brings him to the goal as he shoots hoping to break the tie. On Jan. 17, 2023 Bearcats Varsity Boys soccer played against Lompoc in a tied game. Their countless efforts resulted in an end score of two to two. In the first half Bearcats made two goals as the Braves scored one goal. But in the last half Lompoc scored one final goal, leaving the two teams tied for the remainder of the game.

Number 27, Hector Toral aims to pass the ball to a team mate.

Number 22, Skyler Lieber races the opposing player for the ball.

Number 21, Elijah Hernandez brings the ball further down the field.

Number 27, Hector Toral aims to kick the ball further down the field.

Number 27, Hector Toral chases after the ball.

Number 27, Hector Toral saves the ball from opposing

Number 12, Jordan Kepins races opposing player for the ball.

Number 26, Josel Hernandez aims to kick the ball further down the field.

Number 8, Kyle Beck-Tresky passes the ball past the opposing player.

Number 22, Skyler Lieber blocks a Brave as the ball approaches them.

Number 22, Skyler Lieber blocks the opposing player from the ball.

Number 22, Skyler Lieber keeps his eye on the ball as if lands on the field.

Number 22, Skyler Lieber goes after the ball while blocking an opposing player.

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Cassidy Heer
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Cassidy Heer is a junior at PRHS. This is her second year in crimson and she is currently the In-Depth Co-Director. Heer is excited for another year of Crimson and hopes to continue her interest in writing and possibly pursue it as a career after graduation. In school, Heer plays tennis and is apart of the Beach Clean-Up Club. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with friends and family.

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