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CBA soccer last a ‘David vs. Goliath’ matchup

In breaking down his staff’s Division 4 regional last matchup towards North Muskegon on Friday, Calvary Baptist ladies’ soccer coach Paul Reece wanted to look no additional than his trusty Bible.

“To not overspiritualize issues, however that is really a David vs. Goliath state of affairs,” Reece admitted. “We really feel honored simply to be in a regional championship (recreation), for positive. It is an actual privilege for our children.

“Once you step again and have a look at all of the numbers, there are one thing like 92 Division 4 colleges within the state, and we’re within the prime eight (within the event bracket),” he added, noting that CBA is significantly smaller than a lot of its opponents, together with North Muskegon. “For those who simply have a look at the scale of the faculties, their enrollment is about 350, whereas we’ve 84 children in our complete highschool.”

Not solely is North Muskegon a lot bigger than Calvary, however the Norsemen are considerably older than the Kings, Reece identified.

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