March 25, 2011
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The Moffat County High School girls varsity soccer team has one number in mind this season, and that is five. With Harry Tripp at the helm the past two seasons, the Bulldogs have won a school-record five games each year. Not only do Harry and his players want to break the school record, but getting over five wins means the team can make a push for the playoffs. “We definitely want to make a push for the playoffs this year, and I think we have the group of girls to do it,” Harry said. “Once we can get the whole team on track, we have a shot at winning games. The girls are friends, so they can work better together on connecting with passes and knowing what each other should be doing.
In his second season as Moffat County High School girls varsity soccer coach, Harry Tripp is hoping to use what he learned as a rookie to improve this year’s team. The Bulldogs went 5-10 in Tripp’s inaugural season, tied for the school record for most wins in a season. “I think I learned about all the other schools (in the Western Slope League) last season,” Tripp said.