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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Young City College soccer team still learning

City College's Anja Hinds tries to regain the ball from an Ohlone College player on Tuesday, September 7 at Hughes Stadium. Photo by ||Cyrette Smith|| [email protected]

City College’s soccer program has had anything but a welcoming start to the 2010 season. The Panthers (0-2) lost their home debut by a score of 2-0 to Ohlone College at Hughes Stadium on Sept. 7, despite a scrappy, hard-fought performance.

The Ohlone Renegades (2-0) scored twice with forward Sarah Welker connecting in the 21st minute of the first half and midfielder Laura Gorecki scoring in the 5th minute of the second.  Ohlone had more scoring opportunities, but were thwarted by Schwabe, who replaced City College’s starting goalkeeper due to injuries during the game.

“Our goalkeeper’s hurt, so I stepped in,” said Schwabe, a sign-language major.

The Panthers had several opportunities on goal and were highlighted by substitute goalkeeper Sarah Schwabe’s gutsy efforts.

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“They are learning right now,” said Oh of his young players.

The Panthers, who nicknamed themselves “Sistahs,” over summer practice, know they must bond together and play better than in their last two outings.

“We need improvement. But we have a lot of dedication and I think that will pull us through the season,” says freshman and co-captain Brittney Watson, a psychology major.

The Panthers next game is Sept. 10 in an away match against Mendocino College.

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