Women’s soccer secures second in state


By Riley Cable

After placing second at regionals, the women’s soccer team poses for photo. Photo courtesy of Stella Poste

Womens varsity soccer placed second at state on Friday, Nov. 9 at Bettye Wilson Park. After a tough fight throughout the season, the team did not to the semifinals, but ended up losing in a tight 2-3 game. Despite their hard work, the Cougars were not able to claim the state title, and Reno’s Galena Grizzlies came out on top.

“The other team was really good, and it was a challenging game,” Stella Poste, sophomore, said. “When stakes are that high in state, everyone gets nervous and might not play the same. I don’t think it was one specific thing that caused us to lose.”

Leading up to the state game, the Cougs played Bishop Gorman on Saturday, Nov. 3. The game was close, and the Cougars had the lead, but a goal from the Gaels tied them up in the last two minutes of the game. Following two overtime periods, the game was still tied up, it then went to PK’s, and Coronado lost in the 4-2 shootout.

“For the future, our plans might shift a little because we’ll be losing 10 amazing seniors that are all great assets to the team, but mainly we’ll focus on working together, so that we can come back next year and win state,” Poste said.

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Riley Cable is a sophomore and a new reporter on the staff. After taking a break from journalism during freshman year, Riley was excited to get back into writing for her sophomore year. When she isn’t busy with school, Riley likes shopping, listening to music and checking out new coffee shops with her friends. She enjoys writing trends and sports pieces, but she hopes to expand her writing skills and write different articles. Riley has taken part in Stuco Club, and she looks forward to joining more clubs so she can make the most out of her high school experience. Although her future plans are not specifically decided, Riley plans to continue writing and pursue journalism in some way.