The Acorn

A Work in Progress. 

Coyotes Must Square offAgainst Juggaernauts in Marmonte League 

Girls Soccer/Calabasas Coyotes

December 20,2018

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FINDING AN EDGE—Calabasas High girls’ soccer freshman Sofia Flom, left, dribbles the ball against La Reina on Dec. 11 at CHS. Flom, Olivia Sulejmanagic and Kylie Kurzban are the only freshmen on varsity. Photos by RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers

The Acorn

It Felt Like a Win. 

Coyotes Improve with New, Positive Outlook;1-1 tie vs. Oaks Christian is monumental step

Girls Soccer/Calabasas Coyotes

February 8,2018

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MAKING PROGRESS—Calabasas High girls’ soccer seniors Megan Rich, left, and Jordyn Rosen, No. 5, celebrate

with sophomore Dylan Parker after Parker’s goal against Westlake on Feb. 8 at home.

Photos by MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers

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GAINING CONTROL—Calabasas’ Carly Lipschitz dribbles the ball against

Westlake earlier this week. Lipschitz is part of a strong sophomore class at Calabasas.

HOWL AT THE BLUE MOON—Calabasas’ Jordyn Rosen controls the ball against Westlake on Tuesday. Rosen is a senior midfielder.

The Acorn

Coyotes’ new era

Calabasas girls’ soccer teamfinding identity with coach Brian Collins, staff

| February 05, 2015

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CRUNCH—Calabasas midfielder Sarah Chamberlin gets wedged between Thousand Oaks players Nicole Prelooker, left, and Michelle Rodriguez. Chamberlin, a captain, will play soccer at West Point.