Like most of her peers, Regina Dukat had some ups and downs in high school.
As a freshman and sophomore, the Panthers relished the feeling of capturing the title in the 2015 and 2016 Far East Division II Tournaments. But they stumbled badly in 2017 thanks to transfers and graduations and did not place during Far East.
“We had something to prove” entering the 2018 season, said Dukat, a three-time All-Far East D-II selection. “When we came back (from 2017), we knew we had some strong players who PCSed in and had a lot of potential that we were going to redeem ourselves.”
Yokota incorporated inbound striker Caleigh Garcia into the lineup along with new options at defense, to go with returning talents such as Jamia Bailey at striker and Dukat in the middle.
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