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Wor. Prep girls’ soccer team ready to do battle with STPP

By Managing Editor, Lisa Capitelli | Sep 21, 2017

(Sept. 22, 2017) The Worcester Prep girls’ soccer team shut out the Salisbury Christian Jaguars, 3-0, last Friday on its home field in Berlin.

“The girls played very well,” Prep Coach Carol Hartnett said. “We have worked out some of our defensive positioning and are playing well together on offense.”

All of the Lady Mallards’ goals were scored in the first half. Sophomore Messa Cammack netted two shots and senior Kaylee Dickson tallied one.

The Mallards will host their Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference rival, the Saint Peter & Paul Sabres, today, Friday, at 4 p.m.

The match, Hartnett said, “will be a war.”

“The girls must be aware of their spacing and play together to be successful on Friday,” she added.

When the two teams met last October in Berlin, Worcester trailed 1-0 at halftime, but the Mallards fought back and scored twice in the second half to win the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship game, 2-1, over Saints Peter & Paul.

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