The all-Hispanic boys' soccer team from Woodburn High has made the playoffs for nineteen straight years. As they prepare to make it twenty, the boys are determined that this will be the season they beat the wealthy suburban schools around them and finally win the Oregon state championship. Their spirited drive gives a rare sense of hope and unity to a blue-collar farming community that has been transformed by waves of immigrants over recent decades, a town locals call "Little Mexico." The wins and losses they notch along the way spin a striking and fast-paced tale of how sometimes it takes more than raw talent, discipline, and passion to capture the American Dream. 256 pages.
El equipo varonil del fútbol de la escuela Woodburn High, compuesto en su totalidad por chicos de origen hispano, ha llegado a los playoffs durante 19 temporadas consecutivas. Mientras se preparan para su vigésima temporada como finalistas, los chicos han