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From The Pitch: Polk Game Looms Large


Lois photo

September 24, 2012 - It was not a pretty scene when we played our first conference game against Broward last Friday.

The rain was pouring down, we showed no enthusiasm, and it all came down to hard work. Few things worked to our advantage in the first half, and our opponents took a 1-0 lead. At halftime, we all agreed that we had to step it up. We had not come to Broward to lose.

With the desire to win, we elevated our game and played the last 45 minutes with bigger effort and better attack. After scoring two goals the game was ours, and our first conference win was a wonderful fact. We played far from perfect, but we did what we had to do and we earned the 2-1 victory. Being 1-0 in the conference is perfect to me.

This week the fight continues when we play Polk at 6 p.m. Friday. This will be one of our most important games, so bring all your friends and family to Viera Regional Park and show your support.

 Go Titans!

 Lois No. 22

Lois Edvardsson, a native of Gothenburg, Sweden, is co-captain of the Brevard Community College women's soccer team. The sophomore forward will be a key player as the Titans seek to earn a berth in the Nov. 12-17 NJCAA Division I national tournament, which will be held at Melbourne Central Catholic. She is documenting the Titans' season in a weekly web column called From the Pitch that will continue throughout the 2012 campaign.