Heritage senior Naara Mendez (7) and Sanderson junior Ana Sheridan (8)) battle to gain control of the ball during a girls soccer game at Heritage on Wednesday. Sanderson won the Cap EIght matchup, 2-0.
Heritage senior Naara Mendez (7) and Sanderson junior Ana Sheridan (8)) battle to gain control of the ball during a girls soccer game at Heritage on Wednesday. Sanderson won the Cap EIght matchup, 2-0. Olen C. Kelley III newsobserver.com
Heritage senior Naara Mendez (7) and Sanderson junior Ana Sheridan (8)) battle to gain control of the ball during a girls soccer game at Heritage on Wednesday. Sanderson won the Cap EIght matchup, 2-0. Olen C. Kelley III newsobserver.com

Sanderson girls soccer takes advantage of opportunities to top Heritage

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