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Grimes girls soccer finishes unbeaten regular season

Cobras, MPH teams all head into Class C sectionals

Other than a Sept. 28 tie with Bishop Ludden at Onondaga Community College, the Bishop Grimes girls soccer team never had a blemish in the 2013 regular season.

The state Class C no. 4-ranked Cobras clinched both that unbeaten mark and the OHSL Patriot division regular-season title, starting with the league crown last Tuesday with a 6-0 shutout over Cato-Meridian.

Never letting up with its attack, Grimes scored three times in each half and saw eight different players earn goals or assists by the time it was done.

Kennedy Yearby and Julia Freeman led the way, each finding the net twice. Toni Laneve and Erin Kilpatrick put in singles goals, while four others – Katrina Fandrich, Seanna Laneve, Isabella Naylor and Molly McInerney – picked up assists.

To finish the unbeaten regular season, Grimes still had to beat Fabius-Pompey on Saturday after wet field conditions caused a 24-hour postponement.

Manlius-Pebble Hill, fighting for a post-season berth, ran into 11-2 Tully last Tuesday afternoon and took a 2-0 defeat to the Black Knights.

Though Krysten Robinson recorded eight saves and mostly kept the Black Knights out of the net, Grace Johnson scored twice, once in each half, and pushed Tully out in front, its defense limiting the Trojans to just two direct shots.

The Trojans did turn it around on Friday, routing LaFayette 6-0 as it notched most of its goals in the second half following a 2-0 first-half push. Jordan Dunaway-Barlow notched the first three-goal hat trick of her varsity career, with Annie Simmonds, Alexa Melendez Martineau and Maura Colley getting one goal apiece. All told, MPH took 23 shots to the Lancers’ two.

But in a rematch with Tully on Saturday, the Trojans lost a more narrow 1-0 decision, as Robinson made eight saves, but watched as a first-half Black Knights goal held up.

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