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South Brunswick Lady Vikings Soccer Take Down Wardlaw-Hartridge Rams 4-2

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Offense returned to the lady Vikings soccer team Saturday as it outscored the Wardlaw-Hartridge Rams 4-2 at home.

“I thought it was a tough team but our team worked together well as a whole today even with the people that were missing,” Senior Rachel Hecht said after the game. “We still managed to work hard and give it our all which allowed us to get the win.”

Hecht scored a goal along with Riley Ratcliffe, Maddie Butler and Francesca Dimitrakis for the Vikings, with Dimitrakis, Butler, Samantha Rivera and Keerthi Polam having assists in the win.

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The Vikings netted two goals in each half, while the Rams only scored once in each half.

Antonella Doglio had both a goal and an assist with Priya Golding scoring the second goal.

Jane Anderson-Schmidt also had an assist for the Rams.

The increase in Viking offense was a welcome sight after the team lost a close 2-1 match against East Brunswick and played to a double overtime, scoreless tie with Old Bridge during the week.

The Rams go to 4-4 while the Vikings increase to 3-3-1 on the season.

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