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Lady Tigers have the right stuff to win

By By Thomas Burton/special to The Star
November 16, 2002
Chemist work around the clock looking for the right mixture for solutions. Southeast Lauderdale girls soccer head coach Rodgers Rahaim looks to have the right ingredients for the inaugural season at Southeast.
This will mark the first year for the lady Tiger program as they look forward to competing as well improve as a team.
Southeast will look for getting things taking care out on the practice field. The Tigers are just getting to know each other to build up confidence.
With a mixture of junior high players and seniors coach Rahaim expects good things. He states that they have to gain experience from each another in order to work on game strategy
Right now the players are learning how they can each contribute. The Tigers look to get leadership from one another which will be important on the field.
Southeast plans to improve on widening the field and use all areas without jamming the passing lanes. Rahaim wants his team to pass unselfishly while looking for the open shot.
Overall southeast hopes that each player to step up to the challenge presented to them. Positions will be determined, as game play starts to develop.
Coach Rahaim will use his gridiron knowledge to help the girls with discipline. His experience from Tigers sideline will go a long way when the games get tight.
To achieve good timing it involves dedication. Coach Rahaim sees a team that is having fun ready to shed a positive influence against opponents. Nine games all slated on the schedule with the opener at Quitman next Friday the 22nd.

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