Sequoia has certainly been in the upper echelon of Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division girls’ soccer teams for a few years now.

The Ravens made their claim in 2019-20 when they defeated Woodside, the program’s first win over its crosstown rival since head coach Melissa Schmidt took over 14 years ago. Entering play Tuesday, however, that still stood as Sequoia’s only win over Woodside during Schmidt’s tenure.

Terry Bernal is a sports writer, covering the county beat spanning from Daly City to Menlo Park. You can reach Terry via email at terry@smdailyjournal.com or by phone at (650) 344-5200 x109. See Terry Bernal’s other articles: https://bit.ly/35At9xn

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