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Middletown girls soccer loses a pair

Posted 9/13/17

The offensive drought continued for the Middletown girls soccer team, as it suffered its third straight shutout loss to open the season 0-3.

Against East Pennsboro on Thursday, Sept. 7, the …

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Middletown girls soccer loses a pair

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The offensive drought continued for the Middletown girls soccer team, as it suffered its third straight shutout loss to open the season 0-3.

Against East Pennsboro on Thursday, Sept. 7, the Panthers led 1-0 at the half, but used a two-goal outburst in the second half to put the Raiders away. East Pennsboro had 11 shots compared to 2 for Middletown and had 3 corner kicks to Middletown’s 1. Goalie Amanda Lee had 8 saves for Middletown. 

Facing Bishop McDevitt, the Raiders were again shut out for the third consecutive game. The Crusaders scored twice in the first half and that was all they needed as Middletown couldn’t get on the board. Lee had 4 saves for Middletown.

The girls soccer team played a home game against West Perry on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Middletown will travel to Camp Hill on Thursday, Sept. 14 for a 6:30 p.m. start against the Lions. 

The Sept. 5 game at Trinity has been rescheduled for Monday, Oct. 9.

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