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Experiences positive after girls soccer posts 8-0 win

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SoVaNow.com / May 11, 2017
Senior night Tuesday proved to be a very positive experience for the Halifax County High School varsity girls soccer team.

The Comets blanked Magna Vista, 8-0. The seniors were recognized before the game, and then Halifax played its best game of the year, according to coach Sid Young.

Young said the Comets played extremely well in all phases, including a strong attacking mode on offense and superb defense.

Amanda Coleman had two saves in goal.

Hallie Bradshaw started the scoring for Halifax, with Jessica Watts adding two goals before the end of the first half. Mandy Lewis also scored.

Bradshaw added another goal in the second half, along with Summer Lacks, Izzy Rosche and Jessica Hudson adding more scoring punch.

Halifax improved to 7-8. The Comets finish the regular season at Tunstall, before the start of Conference 16 action next week.



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