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Mount Abe outlasts Vergennes in girls’ soccer

BRISTOL — In a hard-fought game on Saturday, the host Mount Abraham Union High School girls’ soccer team in overtime finally translated their territorial advantage over Vergennes into a 1-0 victory.
The Eagles outshot VUHS, 28-9 (10-1 in the first half and 4-0 in overtime), but the Commodores created chances, especially late in the game.
Ultimately, Coach Dustin Corrigan’s decision to move junior Lydia Pitts from defense to striker in overtime proved to be the difference.

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