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Girls' soccer beats Seisen 4-0

The girls' soccer team pushed its season record to an undefeated 3-0-0 on Wednesday evening with a 4-0 victory over Seisen at Komazawa.

Kaitlyn had another hat trick, giving her six goals in the last two games and seven for the season. Rachel also had one goal, and Yuki, Yena and Kachel had one assist apiece.

The Knights' scoring attack was working well, and coach Steve Hall applauded the offensive players' dribble moves and passing. However, the defense showed a lot of improvement from the last Seisen game, which was a 6-3 win. 

"We were a little bit more aware of the girls who were likely to score," coach Steve Hall commented. "We really only gave up one good scoring chance in the first half, and in the second have, I don't think they got any good scoring chances."

Jessica, a center back, is pleased with the direction the team is headed.

"We're good at collaborating, from my perspective, and we encourage each other," Jessica said. "And I think most of it is because we really like playing soccer."

Wednesday's game was the first league match for the Knights this season. The team does have a more difficult set of opponents coming up, starting with a game against ISSH at ASIJ on Friday.
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