Lady Pirates hope to build on success

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SUN photo/Jim Garrett Several Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates garnered postseason league honors recently, pictured at last week’s team dinner with their coaches. Left to right: assistant coach Scott Galabota, Hannah Marnocha (all-conference first team), Hayley Mitchell (first team), Olivia Reinhardt (first team), Brooke Bowdridge (first team), Addie Thompson (honorable mention), Alyssa Lewis (honorable mention), keeper of the year Diana Scott and coach Lindsey Kurt-Mason.
SUN photo/Jim Garrett
Several Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates garnered postseason league honors recently, pictured at last week’s team dinner with their coaches. Left to right: assistant coach Scott Galabota, Hannah Marnocha (all-conference first team), Hayley Mitchell (first team), Olivia Reinhardt (first team), Brooke Bowdridge (first team), Addie Thompson (honorable mention), Alyssa Lewis (honorable mention), keeper of the year Diana Scott and coach Lindsey Kurt-Mason.

While the Pagosa Springs High School girls’ soccer team will lose three stalwart members from this year’s playoff squad, a strong nucleus of key players will remain to lead the team into competition next year.

With increasing contributions expected from a group of freshmen who showed much promise this past season, the Lady Pirates have reason to hope for equal, or even better, results when the calendar turns to next season.