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New Brunswick Wins by 1 Against Edison in Girls Soccer

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EDISON, NJ - Julie Youngman's goal six minutes into the second half staked North Brunswick to a two-goal lead in its 2-1 girls soccer win over Edison on Saturday.

Lauren Cassella scored on Monica Roca's direct kick to cut the deficit to 2-1 for Edison, which received nine saves from Alyssa Podob.

Tatum Altman scored in the first half for North Brunswick on a pass from Arianna Mattis in the 23rd minute. Danielle Segerholm was credited with 18 saves for North Brunswick.

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