Cougars maul Vikings in girls soccer

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  • The 2017 Kittatinny Regional High School girls soccer team pose for a portrait. The Lady Cougars are Alyssa Amorim, Ally Benziger, Brooke Bode, Jordan Boersig, Ava Brook, Sarah Calderon, Mckenna Conklin, Elizabeth Hirsch, Kelly Insalaco, Zoe Lockburner, Natalia Mattar, Alyssa Nagy, Amanda Pi, Olivia Redden, Lexi Sarni, Mackenzie Utter and Kailey Van Wingerden. Photos by George leroy Hunter

  • Kittatinny's Elizabeth Hirsch scored a goal and contributed one assist.

  • Vernon's Mariah Curiel is challenged by Kittatinny's Olivia Redden for control of the ball.

  • The ball is above Vernon's Madeline Labance and Kittatinny's Zoe Lockburner.

  • Vernon's Catherine McCabe is shadowed by Kittatinny's Elizabeth Hirsch.

  • Vernon's Madeline Labance controls the ball. Labance scored one goal.

HAMPTON — Kittatinny Regional High School defeated Vernon Township High School (Glenwood, N.J.) in girls varsity soccer on Saturday, September 9. The final score was 4-1. The game took place at Kittatinny Regional High School in Hampton Township.

Kelly Insalaco accomplished a hat trick (3 goals) for Kittatinny. Teammate Elizabeth Hirsch scored a goal and contributed one assist. Ally Benziger and Mackenzie Utter each contributed an assist for Kittatinny.

Madeline Labance scored the goal for Vernon on an assist from Kathleen Smaldone.

Team records: Kittatinny Cougars 2-0. Vernon Vikings 1-1.

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