Santa Monica High School (2-2-2) girls soccer tied Palos Verdes 0-0 in a game that saw the Vikings improve their team play at home Wednesday afternoon.
The Vikings just came off a loss away against Torrence 3-0 in the South Bay Soccer Tournament Monday afternoon.
Forward Ella Warshauer thought that the Vikings have improved since struggling against the Tartars earlier in the week and played “really well” against the Sea Kings.
“We came back and I thought we really played as a team,” said Warshauer. “We had a lot of opportunities and it went well.”
Next game for the Vikings is at home against Inglewood Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 3 p.m.