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Panthers move into first=place tie


Posted: May 4th, 2015 @ 11:33pm


Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers moved into a tie for first place in high school senior girls soccer standings Monday with a 7-0 win over the Sydenham Golden Eagles at McLellan Field in Sydenham.

Aileen O’Sullivan opened scoring early in the first half and six of her teammates scored one goal apiece in support of the shutout goalkeeping of Kristina Nuvoloni, who posted her second consecutive clean sheet for the Panthers.

Bridget Mulholland, Reign Badour, Kianne Bearman, Emma Lefebvre, Cassie Almeida and Paola Finizio scored the other goals as Regi moved into a tie with idle Holy Cross at 4-0.

In other Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association games Monday, the Loyalist Lancers moved into sole possession of third place with their fourth win in five games, a 1-0 home-field victory over the Ernestown Eagles, and the La Salle Black Knights improved to 3-1 with a 3-0 win over the Granite Ridge Gryphons.

Chelsea Van Camp, with two, and Olivia Pearson scored the goals for La Salle, as Danielle Dickson posted the shutout.

 


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