The Renegade Rip

Renegades drop last three

Alex Rivera, Reporter

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[Photos by Joe Bergman]

The Bakersfield College women’s soccer team, after beating Antelope Valley 4-0 on Nov. 3, finished the season on a three-game losing streak and were outscored 10-1 over the three games.

On Nov. 6, College of the Canyons traveled to Memorial Stadium to take on BC. The Renegades lost 5-1 and allowed all five goals in the first half.

Sabrina Spink scored a goal in the second half for BC, which had eight shots total.

The Renegades finished the season 7-10-3 overall and 5-6-2 in the Western State Conference – South Division. BC placed fifth out of eight teams in the conference and did not qualify for the playoffs. Canyons finished first in the division with an 11-0-3 record.

The Renegades traveled to take on Citrus College on Nov. 10. With the recent struggles on defense, coach Scott Dameron decided to put top scorer Spink back in the goalie box.

Spink allowed the first goal of the match in the 17th minute as Nicole Graham put Citrus up top 1-0. Spink was in the goalie box for 61 minutes of the match allowing only one goal out of seven attempts.

Dameron decided to pull her out of the box and put her back in as forward. Spink was able to help move and facilitate the ball, but she was only able to set up her teammates a shot on goal one time.

Citrus scored twice during that time for a 3-0 victory.

The Renegades hosted the final game of the season against Santa Monica on Nov. 13 and lost 2-0. BC used three goalies during the game.

In the second half they put Spink back in the goalie box, and she was able to save every shot.

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