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Chico high school's girls soccer team is off to a fantastic start, but they're even hungrier to finish strong.

Posted: Jan 18, 2020 12:16 AM

CHICO, Calif. -- Chico High School's girls soccer team is off to a 14-2 record to start the year following a 6-0 win over Enterprise.

"We're even hungrier than last year," said Junior Karina Diaz. "...this week when we played PV 3-0, it just really showed how much we're willing to put in as a team and how far we can go."

A good mindset to have following a section championship loss last season. Head Coach Sarah Parker believes so too.

She says, "If you ask any of my girls the one thing that they want to do is go all the way to win it. To bring home some sort of championship to Chico High."

The Panthers have shut out their opponents now in 11 of the 16 games they've played so far. Sophmore Priscilla Ward says, "I have a really good feeling about this season in particular. Our team is just really strong this year. I'm just extremely hungry and I think we're going to go really far."

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