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Super Sophomore: Curran Nets 100th Goal

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North Salem's Grace Curran scored her 100th career goal in a 15-5 win over Valhalla in the the Class D quarterfinals. Credits: File photo
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - Sophomore Grace Curran scored six goals including the 100th of her career in second-seeded North Salem's 15-5 win over Valhalla in the Section 1 Class D quarterfinals on Friday.

Curran also added an assist for the Tigers, who improved to 16-1. Lydia Werlau scored five goals. Jane Fetterolf (2G, 1A), Haley Vermette (1G, 1A) and Katie Wagner (4A) all had multiple point efforts. 

North Salem will host third-seeded Putnam Valley in the semifinals on Monday.

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