The South Fork Cubs appear to have plenty of freshman talent in girls soccer this season.
On Wednesday they stretched their unbeaten start to the season to two straight with a 4-2 win over Roseland Prep in Santa Rosa.
And the new faces on this year’s team played a huge role in the victory.
Freshman Summer Contreras scored all four goals in the win, with three assists from another freshman, winger Macy Yarbrough.
Rounding out a big performance for the freshman class, winger Kayla Berteaux also had an assist.
Contreras has now scored all six of the Cubs’ goals in their two games.
She wasn’t the only standout for the Cubs, who led 3-1 at the interval.
Junior midfielder Kalea Juan dominated the center of the field and dug deep in the second half to carry the team when many of the players were suffering from heat fatigue.
Senior defender Mirna Navarrete also turned in a solid performance at the back, shutting down Roseland’s strongest forwards for much of the game.
Sophomore goalie Lyndsee Brewer had two saves, as South Fork outshot Roseland 12-4.
The Cubs will host Laytonville on Saturday at 1 p.m.