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Redskins Soccer Train Keeps Rolling
09/02/2010

Isai Gutierrez, Joe Pena, Frederic Gomez, Jared Hall, and Auden Portillo.

The Liberal soccer team opens the season as the second ranked team in class 5A. It's a distinction the Redskins earned because they are a constant 5A soccer force, advancing the the final four seven of the past eight seasons. And they are ranked second because they only lose two seniors from last year's 17-4 team. The Redskins return all of their offense and lose two defenders from last year's team who finished third in 5A for a second straight season. Lori Navarro enters her 13th year as head soccer coach with 54 boys out for soccer.

Some of the key Redskins include: jr. forward Eduardo Moreno who was all state last year, sr. goalie Frederic Gomez, jr. left midfielder Auden Portillo, sr. stopper Joe Pena, jr. center midfielder Isai Gutierrez, and senior defender Jared Hall.

Liberal won their 9th straight WAC title last year but shared the conference with Dodge City. The Red Demon games will be red lettered on the Redskin schedule but so will a potential matchup with the number one team in 6A Maize at the Wichita South Titan Classic. The Skins also face Blue Valley West in Maize this year. Liberal opens at Great Bend Thursday.

2010 Schedule

September

2

@ Great Bend High School (V/JV)

4:00 PM

September

6-11

@ Wichita South Titan Classic (V) TBA

September

14

Dodge City High School (V/JV)

4:00 PM

September

16

Garden City High School (V/JV)

4:00 PM

September

18

Liberal JV Tourney (JV)

9:00 AM

September

24

@ Blue Valley West High School (V/JV)

4:30 PM

September

25

@ Wichita North High School (V/JV)

1:00 PM

September

30

Hays High School (V/JV)

1:00 PM

October

5

@ Garden City High School (V/JV)

4:00 PM

October

7

@ Hays High School (V/JV)

1:00 PM

October

11-16

@ Wichita North Cup Tourney (V)

3:30 PM

October

18

Great Bend High School (V/JV)

Senior Recognition

4:00 PM

October

21

@ Dodge City High School (V/JV)

4:00 PM

October

25-30

Regionals (V)

TBA

November

2

Quarterfinals (V)

TBA

November

5-6

State (V)

TBA

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