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HCHS girls soccer comes out on top against Martinsville
SoVaNow.com / March 27, 2014HCHS varsity girls’ soccer has hopes of an improved overall season this spring, and the Comets got out to a good start Monday.
Halifax defeated Martinsville, 4-0. Gabby Nelson scored three goals in the first half. Gabby Medley added the fourth goal in the second half. HCHS also got good passing and defense, and a fine effort in goal from keeper Sabrina Amos, according to coach Sid Young.
Young said the Comets played fairly well overall, and looked very good in the first half.
JV REPORT: The HCHS girls’ JV soccer team tied Martinsville 1-1 in the season opener.
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