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Jason Rollins knew his Colorado Springs Christian School girls’ soccer program had taken steps in the right direction heading into the 2018 season, how to take the next step wasn’t as obvious, however. The Lions returned key contributors in the defense and midfield from the 2017 squad that went 12-4 and made it to the first round of the postseason, but CSCS graduated 63 of the team’s 78 goals. The plan for 2018 seemed to be win as many low-scoring games as possible behind the experienced defense. “I wasn’t sure how our scoring was going to happen,” Rollins said. That changed when junior Kait Halverson transferred from Cheyenne Mountain in the fall. Read More