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Girls Soccer: Hunterdon Central Edges Watchung Hills, 4-3

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Credits: Brenda A. Nemchek
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WARREN, NJ - Corrina Zullo's second goal of the game with 17 minutes left provided the margin of victory in Hunterdon Central's 4-3 girls soccer victory over Watchung Hills on Thursday evening.

Hunterdon Central (3-1) led, 3-1, at halftime before Watchung Hills rallied to tie the game with a pair of goals early in the second half.

Brianna Floyd and Kylie Roesler also scored goals for Hunterdon Central, whose victory came just two days after Watchung Hills had snapped Ridge's 24-game winning streak. Hunterdon Central lost, 1-0, to Ridge last week.

 

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