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Santa Fe High girls and boys soccer teams both own impressive records, with the Demons posting four shutouts and the Demonettes blanking visiting Robertson

Anna Wechsler scores the winning goal as Santa Fe High held off the Cardinals’ challenge, 1-0

By Arnie Leshin 

They say you can throw won-lost records out the window, and the Santa Fe High girl’s soccer team agrees.

Playing at home Saturday against non-district foe Robertson, the Demonettes owned an impressive record of 5-1-1. The Cardinals 1-5-1.

No matter, it was scoreless until Santa Fe’s Anna Wechsler scored late in the match to escape with a 1-0 triumph.

That’s why records are secondary as the Demonettes learned. Their next match is on Sept. 17 at Taos.

Santa Fe High boys also caries an impressive mark of 5-1 and plays next on  Saturday at non-district foe Santa Teresa, which is 4-3-1.

The Demons opened with a 2-0 zip over St. Michael’s, followed by the Horsemen winning the rematch, 3-2. Since those two matches, Santa Fe has won five in a row, scoring 23 goals and allowing only one as the other matches were shutouts.

St. Michael’s boys turned back non-district foeMonte del Sol, 4-1, at Alto Park. The Horsemen are 3-2-1 and the Dragons dropped their third in a row.

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