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Girls soccer down Bluestone 3-1

GIRLS SOCCER ACTION - Megan Rosche (14) battles a Bluestone player in HCHS varsity girls' soccer action last night at HCHS. The Comets defeated the Lady Barons and improved to 2-0. (David Conner II photo)
Photo Gallery / March 18, 2009
The HCHS varsity girls soccer team improved to 2-0 overall after a 3-1 win over Bluestone Wednesday night.

Sarah Rosche, Amber Gauldin and Katie Campbell had goals for the Comets, whoare supposed to play Monday against Martinsville on the road.

HCHS started slowly, and picked up the pace in the second half, showing some improvement, according to coach Sid Young. But Halifax remained unbeaten, as keeper Nia Brown played well. Young was also pleased with the work of the defenders, including Kelsey Thompson, Megan Rosche and Liz Stanger.

“The girls are starting to show improvement. We’re working on putting together the right combination,” said Young.

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