EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – The Clark Wildfire girls soccer team won the Mid-New Jersey Soccer Association championship title on June 9 with a 1-0 win over Hunterdon. Their victory came via a free kick from 20 yards out by DeReamer with minutes left to play. This is the first all-girls team from Clark to win a MNJYSA championship in almost a decade.

This win comes just two weeks after the Wildfire beat Middlesex 2-1 in a game with double overtime and a shootout. During that playoff game, the girls wrapped up their victory with shootout goals by Leah Marcino, Kayla DeReamer and Sienna Guarino

The Wildfire finished their Spring with 7 straight victories, ending the season with a 7-2 record in Flight 2 of MNJYSA.  The team was coached by Dave Guarino and Pedro Matos and trained by Stephanie Brito.

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The team will be honored for their achievement at the next Town Council Meeting on June 17 in the Clark Council Chambers .


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