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Sep, 2023

Week 3 Wrap-up

U10 Girls - Comp Division

On Saturday, the Lebanon Girls travelled to Brooklyn to take on NECONN for the first of their 2 scheduled meetings. Lebanon got behind and trailed 2-0 at the half. They struggled all afternoon to find the back of the net, but made a game of it in the late in the second half. Raelynn Blakely's shot was too hot to handle for the NECONN keeper and Natalie Charron was there to capitalize on the rebound. Lebanon would add a second goal a few minutes later on a nice hustle play by Neave Berube, who scored her first of the season. The press was on, and Lebanon threatened in the remaining minutes but could not pull even. The final score was 3-2, and Lebanon had been handed their second loss of the season.

On Sunday morning, Lebanon hosted Coventry in a highly anticipated rematch and this one lived up to the hype. Coventry struck first and the score stayed 1-0 until late in the first half when Roslynn Constant was able to find her cousin Norah Constant on a throw-in into the box. Norah's unexpected volley kick was out of reach for the keeper, and the score was even going into the half. The game would stay knotted as the rain steadily increased throughout the second half. In the final minutes of the second, a penalty afforded Coventry a free kick just outside the box, which they were able cash in on, making the score 2-1.  With everyone anticipating the final whistle, the girls refused to quit and were able to add the equalizer on a goal by Arya Romero with 20 seconds left on the clock! The goal was her first of the season. The final score was 2-2.

With a record of 0-2-3, Lebanon will take on RHAM in Hebron on Saturday morning, the first of two meetings between these two teams.

U11 Girls - Comp Division
The Lebanon girls played EEllington on Saturday. They went up early in the first half with a midfield kick to goal by Brooke Perrault, and held the game at 1-0 through the half, even playing a man down vs. the full Ellington team.
The ladies came out strong in the second half with another goal by Alanna France. Lebanon held the shut out, winning the game at 2-0.
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