Cranford Girls U12 Intercounty Team NRG Wins Championship against Edison Chelsea


EDISON, NJ - Edison Chelsea lost to the Cranford Girls U12 Intercounty Team NRG giving them their championship game on Sunday.

In an exciting, well-played match, the score was 0-0 up until the 4th quarter. With less than a minute left in the game, Nina Papapietro scored a goal and NRG took first place in the B2 division.

Pictured: Front row, L-R: Hannah Silverman, Ava Saionz, Alison Schubert, Ines Miguel, Abby Gorman, Nina Papapietro. Back row, L-R: Coach Dan Miguel, Brooke Burke, Paris O'Besso, Clare Roussey, Julia Young, Kaleigh Keogh, Mia Berard, Mary Katherine Mehr, Coach Jay Roussey. Not pictured: Casey Cole, Kayla Haughey

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