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Squad regains strong form with victory

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Paige Howard ’17 prepares to cross the ball to her teammate during a match against FSHA. Credit: Ellis Becker/Chronicle

The girls’ soccer team beat FSHA 3-0 on Feb. 3, regaining its winning form in league play.

Coming off of a 1-0 loss in a tight match against Chaminade, the players see the victory as a sign that they will regain their winning form. The team moved to 6-1-0 in league play, claiming the second spot in the league table.

Ariana Miles ’18 holds off her opponent to look for a pass. Credit: Ellis Becker/Chronicle

Paige Howard ’17, who has had a prolific season thus far, added to her goal tally again, scoring two. Team captain Bridget Stokdyk ’18 contributed one goal to the Wolverines’ total. Goalie Lindsey Avant ’17 also had a strong game, pulling off multiple saves and helping the team earn its first clean sheet in league play.

With the win, the squad said it looks confidently toward the final game of the season against Marlborough on Feb. 6.

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