By Andrew Shults
Girls’ soccer fell to the Monrovia Wildcats in their fourth league game, 8-1. This brings their record to 1-3 in league, marking their third loss in a row.
The Wildcats delivered the first action of the game, scoring off of a successful cross. Monrovia continued to find opportunities to shoot, ending the first half up 3-0. South Pasadena was able to score a goal of its own, but Monrovia quickly answered back, bringing the score to 4-1. The Wildcats continued to dominate on both offense and defense, scoring four more goals, and ending the game 8-1.
“The whole team is really sad about this loss,” Senior forward Emmy Keenan said. “We didn’t play well, especially in the second half.”
South Pasadena will play its next game against San Marino on Wednesday, January 28 as they hope to improve and earn its second league win The Tigers lost and tied with the Titans last season.