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by Ikena DuPont, Opinion editor

 

He Kini Popo handed HPU its fourth loss and ended their hopes of a winning season, but the ladies can still finish the season with a .500 average.

HPU scored the first goal and took the early lead. He Kini Popo scored two unanswered goals later. Assistant Coach Mike Rogers said, “We played a good overall game but they were able to capitalize on two defensive breakdowns.”

Head Coach Mark Kane says, “This is a rebuilding year.”  He explained that they have a lot of new players and need to work hard to improve. Kane is very excited to see how the new talent will mix with the experienced players next year. He also says that he likes how the ladies get along on and off of the field. The coach wants them to use the team chemistry a little more to their advantage.
 “ The good thing about our team is that everyone gets along,” said junior defender Kristen Cabebe-Farias. “If someone does something on the field, it never carries off the field.”

Senior sweeper Kerianne Pascua also talked about the team’s great chemistry. 

“ Everyone on the team has a good attitude and personality; we get along very well,” Pascua said.
The team expects to lose two players and hopes to improve a lot in the next year according to Cabebe-Farias.

The ladies’ final games is on Nov. 20 at the Waipi‘o Soccer Complex at 11 a.m. against HKP.

 

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