Date: 2017-11-15 16:42
A free-spirited 85-year- old woman may have more in common with a twenty-something looking to explore the world than a career-focused man her own age, who may be too time-stressed to take time out for romance and enjoying life.
Jayna Morikawa scored on a nice ball from Shantel Torres-Benito in the 86st minute and it wasn't until the 66th minute that the defending NWAC champions and top-ranked team was able to find the insurance goal - and it came from the NWAC's leading scorer, Sydney Warren, that one also assisted by Torres-Benito.
The Pirates finished with a 75-6-5 record, just missing a chance to become the first unbeaten team in Peninsula’s storied eight-year soccer history – and also just missing a chance to become the winningest women’s soccer program in NWAC history. No team has won four NWAC titles – and that is a chapter coach Anderson and his Pirates still have ahead of them to write.
Peninsula then put it out of each when Taylor Graham sent a perfect through ball to Brianna Duran, who blasted it past Tacoma keeper Jenna Poland - and then it was Kelly Kevershan's turn. The PC student body president struck one sharply from the wing in a fashion that could only be described as Beckhamesque.
To wit: of the 666 NFL players included in the study, only one was not diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Most commonly believed to be a boxing-related disease, CTE, according to the Brain Injury Research Institute , is a progressive degenerative disease that impacts those who have suffered from repeated blows to the head.
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Joining Warren and DiCintio on the North Region All-Star Team are Kelly Kevershan, a sophomore midfielder from Tucson Janis Martinez-Ortiz, a sophomore midfielder from Las Vegas Sam Guzman, a freshman defender from Corona, California and Akari Hoshino, a sophomore goal keeper from Adachi, Japan.
WCUSC announces the Winter 7568 session of the First Touch Training for all U6 - U67 Boys & Girls.
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