Timber Creek’s Megan Rayford (15) and Arlington’s Caroline Pool battle for the ball in the first half of Thursday’s soccer game at Fossil Ridge High School, March 23, 2017.
Timber Creek’s Megan Rayford (15) and Arlington’s Caroline Pool battle for the ball in the first half of Thursday’s soccer game at Fossil Ridge High School, March 23, 2017. Bob Haynes Special to the Star-Telegram
Timber Creek’s Megan Rayford (15) and Arlington’s Caroline Pool battle for the ball in the first half of Thursday’s soccer game at Fossil Ridge High School, March 23, 2017. Bob Haynes Special to the Star-Telegram

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