OCT. 2, 2013 —
“Our defense has kept us in every game,” Knipp said. “Starr Caldwell has been great for us. She’s made some big saves and had a lot of shots on her.”
Brown said her team wanted to be aggressive from the start and they showed it by holding East to one goal late in the first half.
“What we’d seen in practice did not reflect with how we were playing,” Brown said. “We started controlling the ball on their side of the field. Once our girls stepped up and decided to take the ball and it was in our style.”
Brown said her team got better even though they did not leave Grayson with a win.
“It just takes experience,” Brown said. “Some of our freshman are starting to read what the upperclassmen are doing. We’re coming together more and playing more as a team. We’re gaining confidence and being more aggressive.”
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