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Menlo School girls open soccer season with a road victory

The defending Central Coast Section Division I girls soccer champion Menlo opened its season with a 2-0 non-league victory over host San Mateo on Tuesday.

Freshman Roya Rezaee, in her prep soccer debut, scored in the 59th minute to snap a scoreless tie. She was assisted by senior Madison Liu.

Liu scored 10 minutes later after sending a crossing pass to the left which deflected off a Bearcats player and into the net.

Junior goalie Helen Barkley earned the shutout. Menlo hosts University (San Francisco) on Thursday.

In other games, Menlo-Atherton scored in the first three minutes and never looked back in a 3-0 victory over visiting South San Francisco and Pinewood tied visiting Design Tech.

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Menlo School girls open soccer season with a road victory

Uploaded: Wed, Dec 1, 2021, 1:42 pm

The defending Central Coast Section Division I girls soccer champion Menlo opened its season with a 2-0 non-league victory over host San Mateo on Tuesday.

Freshman Roya Rezaee, in her prep soccer debut, scored in the 59th minute to snap a scoreless tie. She was assisted by senior Madison Liu.

Liu scored 10 minutes later after sending a crossing pass to the left which deflected off a Bearcats player and into the net.

Junior goalie Helen Barkley earned the shutout. Menlo hosts University (San Francisco) on Thursday.

In other games, Menlo-Atherton scored in the first three minutes and never looked back in a 3-0 victory over visiting South San Francisco and Pinewood tied visiting Design Tech.

Rick Eymer

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