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North Salem Tops Haldane, Valhalla

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Gabby Pelosi and North Salem went 2-0-1 in its final three games of the regular season. Credits: Vic McGee
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COLD SPRING, N.Y.— North Salem’s girls soccer team closed out the regular season in fine fashion with wins over Haldane and Valhalla while also playing to a tie with Briarcliff.

The Tigers shut out visiting Valhalla 4-0 on Oct. 13 behind two goals from Julia DeSanto. Jenna Murphy (1G), Camille Flayhan (1G) and Kara Rollins (2A) also contributed.

The next day they bested league rival Haldane 2-1 with Katie Mogg and Lydia Werlau notching the goals.

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On Oct. 16, North Salem tied Briarcliff 2-2. Katie Mogg and Jane Fetterolf scored a goal each, while Murphy and Rollins dished out the assists.

North Salem fell to league champion Putnam Valley 1-0 on the road on Oct. 11.

The Tigers are scheduled to begin the Class B sectionals this week with the opening round slated for Saturday, Oct. 21.

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