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St. Francis girls soccer using team philosophy

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But this year is a bit different for Jenkins. The Terriers have met success in 2000, garnering a 3-1-1 record, but have done so without a superstar, without a go-to player. The team lost its entire defensive core and its best returning player, Dawn Gorynski, decided to concentrate her full efforts on basketball. So St. Francis Prep has relied on a total team effort to get off to one of its best starts in history.

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