El Camino women’s soccer defeated Pasadena City College, 3-2.

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El Camino midfielder Kalyn Kaemerle (No. 12) shoots for the first of her two goals versus Pasadena City College on Oct. 25, at Murdock Stadium. A knee injury sidelined Kaemerle for the majority of the second half. Photo credit: Elijah Hicks

The El Camino College women’s soccer team held off Pasadena City College in a 3-2 win on Tuesday despite losing their leading goal-scorer to a knee injury.

Sophomore midfielder and team captain Kalyn Kaemerle, who has helped the team achieve a winning record with 11 goals on the season, will be out for the remainder of the season with a dislocated knee.

“It took two goals from Kalyn on a defensive position to get the win,” Britton said. “With this type of injury, she will have to sit out this season, and it will be a huge loss for us.”

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El Camino sophomore defender Leslie Landeros (No. 20) holds off two defenders versus Pasadena City Colleg on Oct. 25, at Murdock Stadium. Photo credit: Elijah Hicks

Kaemerle scored two first-half goals while freshman forward Jodie Brennan scored the eventual game winner in the 67th minute.

The Warriors will go on the road Friday as they take on El Camino College- Compton Center. The game is scheduled for 2 p.m.

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El Camino freshman forward Jodie Brennan (No. 17) dribbles up the sideline versus Pasadena City College on Oct. 25 at Murdock Stadium. Photo credit: Elijah Hicks