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High School Girls Soccer: Phantoms have big aspirations

West De Pere motivated by last season's near misses

12:49 PM, Apr. 3, 2013
West De Pere High School senior Maddie Faust (10), pictured in a game against De Pere last season, is among the top returning players for the Phantoms varsity girls soccer team. Faust is committed to play soccer at Division II Michigan Tech University.
West De Pere High School senior Maddie Faust (10), pictured in a game against De Pere last season, is among the top returning players for the Phantoms varsity girls soccer team. Faust is committed to play soccer at Division II Michigan Tech University.
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Even though snow still was on the ground earlier this week, that doesn't mean the spring sports season hasn't started for high school athletes in the area.

The West De Pere High School girls soccer program, which has one of its largest turnouts with 40 players' vying for spots on the varsity and junior-varsity teams, has been at it since March 18. The Phantoms have been putting in some quality indoor practice time so they're ready to compete when the snow finally melts off the outdoor fields.

"We've come up with our JV and varsity roster as of (last week), and those that were on the bubble on both ...

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