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Gov. Livingston Girls' Soccer Five-Game Winning Streak Snapped

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Gov. Livingston girls soccer team's five-game winning streak was snapped after losing a close physical game to Westfield (1-2).  The Saturday night game, under the lights, drew a large crowd of fans to Snyder Park in Berkeley Heights.  

Gov. Livingston scored within a minute into the game.  Amanda Bostwick shot a deflected ball into the far corner of the goal giving Gov. Livignston the quick lead.

Carly Friedman and Hanna Liddy each scored late into the first half giving Westfield the lead at half-time and ultimately winning the game (1-2).     

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Gov. Livingston girls soccer will play home against Summit on Tuesday, Sept. 24. 

 

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