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Girls soccer loses close game to Canon-Mac

Brendan Harris
Baldwin’s varsity girls soccer team competes in the 4A division.

The Baldwin girls soccer team fell 1-0 to Canon-Mac Wednesday night. 

Junior Ryley Shaw said it was a winnable game if the Highlanders had done the little things right. 

“One thing that lost us the game was miscommunication on our back line,” Shaw said. 

Shaw said the Highlanders could have gotten a lot more shots on goal than they did. 

“We need to improve on taking more shots and marking in the middle better,” she said. 

Although the end result was a loss, Shaw said they played a great game as a team. 

“I think Laila Ruvolo and Emma Lieu stood out to me the most, but we all played a good game and they weren’t prepared for us,” Shaw said. 

Shaw said Canon-Mac played with a very high motor throughout the game. 

“Canon-Mac had a lot more intensity and took a lot more shots than us,” she said. 

The Highlanders will take on Mt. Lebo away on Monday. 


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Nico Macurak, Sports Editor
Sophomore Sports Editor Nico Macurak is in his second year on the Purbalite. He can be found playing three sports, listening to music, or playing video games. 
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Multimedia Editor Brendan Harris is a senior and second-year member of the Purbalite. He can be found gardening, practicing his golf swing, or playing the bagpipes.
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