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Marcellus 2, Center Moriches 1

Center Moriches Takia Plummer brings the ball up

Center Moriches Takia Plummer brings the ball up field past Alanna Todd during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010) Photo Credit: Pat Orr

Jordan Sanders gave the Red Devils an early lead, but a late Marcellus surge ultimately downed Center Moriches, 2-1.

Center Moriches Jordan Sanders brings the ball up
Photo Credit: Pat Orr

Center Moriches Jordan Sanders brings the ball up field past Nicole Doiro during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Center Moriches Nikki Rocco brings the ball up
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Center Moriches Nikki Rocco brings the ball up field during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Center Moriches Takia Plummer brings the ball up
Photo Credit: Pat Orr

Center Moriches Takia Plummer brings the ball up field past Alanna Todd during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Center Moriches Renee Nelson heads the ball up
Photo Credit: Pat Orr

Center Moriches Renee Nelson heads the ball up field during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Center Moriches Samantha Alcus fights for position against
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Center Moriches Samantha Alcus fights for position against Brielle Filtch and Nicole Dorio during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Center Moriches Claire Brady heads the ball up
Photo Credit: Pat Orr

Center Moriches Claire Brady heads the ball up field against Dani Felty during their game against Marcellus during the NYS Girls Soccer tournament in Cortland N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010)

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