By: Matt Rothman
Despite losing one of the top players to injury before the season started, Coral Springs Charter girls soccer still made Regionals.
The Panthers, played without FAU commit Madison Micioni this year after tearing her ACL in travel ball. The team went 15-5-1 in the regular season, defeating Saint Andrew’s School 5-0 before falling to North Broward Preparatory School in penalty kicks on Thursday. However, they will get another shot at the Eagles in the Regional Quarterfinals.
Anna Mariano led the team offensively, scoring 20 goals in 14 games. Sabrina Basso and Sophie Ribeiro combined to score 25 goals, while Emily Kahler and Camila Ruiz had nine.
Defensively, the Panthers have allowed only 16 goals all season. Goaltender Kelsey Dunne and Katianna Grace combined to stop over 45 shots this year.
Kickoff for the Panthers’ first Regional game is Tuesday, February 8 at 7 p.m. NBP comes in as the two seed while CSC is the seven seed. The winner of this game will play either LaSalle High School or Ransom Everglades on February 11.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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