CT Post 11/22/21
Being the favorite in a state tournament setting comes with its own set of pressures.
Being the overwhelming favorite in a tournament comes with even more pressure to succeed and perform. The St. Joseph girls soccer team as the top seed in Class L coming out of the state’s best league was head and shoulders better than any team in the class, but still had to prove it over a two-week stretch.
The Cadets did so impressively. They finished it off Sunday with a 2-0 win over No. 10 seed Simsbury at Dillon Stadium. St. Joseph allowed just one goal in four games in the L tournament.
It’s the program’s seventh state championship in eight tries, but first since 2017.
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