GARDEN VALLEY — After a 7-0 setback in the firat matchup, Golden Sierra soccer coach Trenton Mol felt his host Grizzlies showed progress against Highlands in Tuesday’s 3-0 Sierra Delta League game loss.
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In the second half, the Grizzlies moved the ball into Highlands but came up short.
“”Doesn’t matter if you lose 1-0 or 3-0, we still need to take those opportunities to get back to an even game,” Mol said.
Passing the ball around effectively for the Grizzlies were Austin Spencer, Stuart Cayot, Chandler Blakley, Jesus Santos, Cameron Kinnmann, Brandon Susic, Alonso Santos, Dieo Aualos and John Oules.
“It’s not winning the ball every time, it’s winning the battle,” Mol said. “It’s exciting to see the improvements, string together five, six passes and have things happening on the field.”
Golden Sierra plays its next five games, including four league games, on the road.