NEW SCHAEFFERSTOWN - The Tulpehocken girls soccer team returns nine of eleven starters this season. That should allow the Trojans to equal, if not surpass, last year's success.
After a semi-final exit in the county tournament, Tulpehocken went on to capture a District III championship. After that, the Trojans then made a run to the state quarterfinals.
With so much experience returning this season, the team feels like it can reach that pinnacle of success again. But the Trojans are staying humble, and not getting too far ahead of themselves.
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