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It was a much anticipated rematch of a great championship match from a year ago, but for a second consecutive championship matchup, Coronado couldn't keep up.
Coronado’s game plan is to keep possession and find an opening – especially against a bigger, stronger squad like Williams Field. Especially with a possible rematch in the Division III boys soccer championship awaiting on Friday.
The early unveiling of this season’s high school boys soccer map isn’t too far removed from most of the past few years’ worth of championship geography.
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Here are possible reasons why Danny Arrubla may have felt cursed:
It seemed as if the chance would come. Coronado dominated possession, particularly in the second half, but didn't get many quality opportunties.
Some frustration and a little perseverance has Coronado in its first state soccer championship match.
His coach cringed, but it was no big deal to Josh von Allworden. Never one for soccer accessories to begin with, von Allworden forgot his socks, which hold shinguards in place, so he used athletic tape to adhere the shinguards directly to his legs.
As Coronado coach Mike Tsorin watched his team trot onto the north end of the soccer field at Chaparral High for a season-deciding penalty-kick shootout, he had to have been thinking one thing - not this.