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No one is left behind as Windsor begins pursuit of state title with first-round win against Conifer

Bobby Fernandez
bfernandez@greeleytribune.com

WINDSOR — If the likes of Chaynee Kingsbury, Julia Broghammer and the rest of Windsor's uber-talented nine-player senior corps is going to make a run to the program's first girls soccer title, they're not going to leave anyone behind.

Fellow senior Meg Zimmerman, who was originally expected to miss the entire season? Come along.

Explosive junior Abby Gearhart? There's definitely plenty of room on the Wizards' postseason train for her. In fact, she's one of the primary conductors.

The dozen or so reserve players who trickled off the bench and entered the game when Windsor had its first playoff win well in hand Wednesday at H.J. Dudley Field? There just as big a part of this ride as anyone if you ask Wizards coach Mario Garcia and his crew.

Top-seeded, unbeaten Windsor grinded to a 5-1 win against No. 32 Conifer in the first round of the Class 4A Girls Soccer Championships, using its trademark, selfless pass-happy play to outshoot the Lobos 24-1.

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