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MHS girls play first varsity soccer game

The Mathews High School varsity girls’ soccer team held its first-ever regular season game on Monday at Northampton, and while the Lady Devils came up on the losing end of a 10-0 score, the MHS girls showed promise, according to coach William Berg.

Northampton finished last year second in the state to West Point and just this week had defeated the Pointers, 7-1. “That said, I believe we played the best team in the state yesterday,” Berg said. “We started the game well, and had Northampton confused. We drew them offsides nine times in the first half. Northampton made adjustments and goals for them came in bunches as our defense broke down.

“For anyone watching, the score didn’t directly reflect the play on the field,” Berg said. “All in all, I’m very proud of their efforts; we just need more time to gel as a team.”

Mathews was scheduled to travel to King William on Wednesday, likely the next toughest opponent on the Lady Devils’ schedule. On Friday, the MHS girls will play in ...

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