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Verona United Strikers Take Home Championship

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On Monday, November 28, the Verona United U14 girls defeated the Ridgewood Maroons 2-0 in Ridgewood. With the victory, the Verona Strikers clinched their division and ended the season 8-1-1.

In the victory Amanda Maguire scored the team’s first goal midway through the first half with a left-footed shot from 16 yards away. The team’s second goal was scored in the second half by Meghan Yeates, who blasted a shot by the Maroon’s goalie after receiving a perfect pass from Carleigh Hoimark.

This years Strikers team allowed only 5 goals in 10 games. The team was lead on defense by Emily Petermann, Shannon Raff, Angel Barkley and Jackie Selby with goalie Emma Wagner not allowing a goal in the last five matches and ending the season with 7 shutouts. The forwards Annaliese Tietjen, Gabe Horton, Mia Corbett, Kamryn Smith and Megan Flood were set up throughout the year by a strong midfield made up of Sarah Yauch, Amanda Maguire, Sam Dowd and Molly Nochimson.

Front row: Sam Dowd,Jackie Selby, Sarah Yauch, Gabe Horton, Angel Barkley, Annaliese Tietjen, Carleigh Hoimark, Meghan Yeates; Back Row: Coach Chris Petermann, Shannon Raff, Emma Wagner, Amanda Maguire, Mia Corbett, Molly Nochimson, Emmily Petermann, Megan Flood, Coach Bob Maguire

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