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Fresh Soccer Team Stands 6-1 First Half of Season

February 24, 2017

Elisha Terada

By Elisha Terada

Halfway through the first half of the indoor soccer season, the Fresh Consulting team stands 6-1.

Started by Business Development Associate Colby Gardner, our team of designers, developers, and strategists, along with Fresh co-founder Jeff Dance, have been scoring at Issaquah’s Arena Sports indoor field. Thirteen Fresh teammates have led with impressive plays, including Art Director Jeff Bick, who scored in 3 games in a row (including 2 goals on his birthday)!

Each Fresh athlete accounts for our impressive improvement as a whole team – check out some of our techniques below!

Jeff Bick playing indoor soccer
Art Director Jeff Bick (second from left, foreground) battles for possession of the ball
Front-end Developers Xavier Reyes (third from left, white jersey) and Sirius Strebe (second from left, white jersey) navigate an opponent
Colby soccer kick
Business Development Associate Colby Gardner moves downfield
Elisha Terada

Elisha Terada

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