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In a battle of unbeaten teams, Lewis Mills girls soccer beats Litchfield, 6-0.

POSTED October 08, 2010
BY Timothy W. Gaffney
Twitter: @TimothyGaffney


Lewis Mills 6, Litchfield 0
At Plumb Hill Rd., Litchfield

Friday's Berkshire League showdown between its last two unbeaten girls teams
- 6-0 Lewis Mills and 6-0 Litchfield - never materialized.

The Spartans jumped out to a 2-0 lead just 8:15 into the game and then
dominated throughout, easily beating the Cowgirls 6-0.

Senior Lindsay Muri scored her league-leading 10th and 11th goals of the
season, junior Paige Marinelli had a goal and two assists, and seniors Bobbi
Bergstrom and Carly Marenna each had a goal and an assist to lead the potent
Mills' attack. Freshmen Bailey Pace scored after a gorgeous pass from senior
Katherine Bayne to finish off the rout at 68:04.

"We have so many weapons on the field right now its impossible to defend
them all," Mills coach Dennis Fowler. "Plus, this is a tight-knit group.
They are playing for each other and being very unselfish."

Mills (7-0) has outscored its opponents by a combined 45-3 margin this year.

Lindsey Brown had to make 2 saves to earn her fourth shutout of the season.
Kelly Lewis made 7 saves for Litchfield (6-1). Mills out shot Litchfield
23-2.

Mills (7-0)  2  4  =  6
LHS (6-1)    0  0  =  0

Story supplied by Dennis Fowler

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