Article Source: Soccer sisterhood lives on
“We’re a sisterhood. We don’t just say that. We mean it,” said team captain Perri Belzer. “After every practice, we’re thanking each other for being there because we all genuinely want to be there, and we want to be a family and we want to be together as one. I think that’s a special thing.”
Although the Papermakers dreamed of playing for another state title last weekend in Puyallup, Issaquah bested them 3-1 in the semifinals Friday. Less than 12 hours later, Camas came back to Sparks Stadium and defeated Kennedy Catholic 2-1 for third place.
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“A lot of people don’t want to play for third and fourth. We all went into it like, ‘Let’s play like it’s the final,’” said junior forward Jazzlynn Paulson. “Let’s get third. That’s all we can do right now. Let’s do it for the seniors. It’s their last game. Why not have fun and enjoy the moment?”