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San Luis Obispo boys soccer dominate early season, earning top rank in state

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San Luis Obispo High School defeated Livingston High School on Saturday, a top-ranked team in the country, ultimately bumping the Tigers to the number one spot in California.

Wednesday night, the Tigers welcomed defending Los Padres League champions, Santa Maria.

The Tigers came out firing, scoring three goals in the first half. Brandon Dolezal knocked in two for the Tigers and sophomore Moises Hernandez also scored off a penalty kick.

Santa Maria (4-3-1) would add two unanswered goals in the second half but it wasn't enough, San Luis Obispo (7-0-0) snags its seventh win, 3-2.

"I think it's great. I don't think we've ever had a good run like this in the beginning of the season so I think it's good for our confidence going into league," said Sebastian Quintana, Tiger's goalkeeper.

"As much as we don't want to talk about it (about being ranked number one in the state), it's out there, people in the community know," said James Boscaro, San Luis Obispo head coach. "We're going to tell the boys it's an honor; not only have they earned it, now they need to show that they are deserving of that ranking."

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