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Ridgway shuts down Kane offense

September 13, 2011

Photo by Keith Reigel – Cara Lorenzo beats her opponent to the ball during the Lady Wolves match against Ridgway.

The Kane girls soccer team falls to an aggressive Ridgway team 5-0.
"We weren't able to play to our strengths and capitalize on some of the scoring opportunities we were given," said Kane head girls soccer coach Allie Saquin. "The Ridgway team wanted it more than us, that was the bottom line; they played well as a team and took control of the field for the majority of the game.
"As I told the girls, it's early in the season and we have a lot of things to work on yet. I thought goalie Jesse Ogorek had a good game considering all the shots taken against her. She made some really great saves back there but had some difficulty with the one-on-ones.

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