Rough road for girls’ soccer

by Graham Davis

On April 14, the PCM Mustangs girls’ soccer team left the high school to travel to Nevada. The team played the Cubs with a 10-0 mercy rule loss. A mercy rule is when the game comes to an end when one team has an insurmountable lead over the other.
“I think we need to try harder. I know that we can do better than what we have been doing,” sophomore Courtney Bridges said. “We could work on talking more on the field, too. It’s hard to judge that, though, because we haven’t had a game yet this season where we have had our starting team. Next week we should have everybody, and we will see where it goes from there.” The team has had many injuries throughout the early season. Many spots have been open because of those injuries, with girls stepping up to fill those spots.
The game was stopped in the second half with about 12 minutes left. After the game, the team stood at a 2-2 record on the season. Stop by PCM High School on Tuesday, April 28, to watch the girls take on Ballard. Varsity will start at 5:30 p.m., while JV will start at 7 p.m.