Saturday, August 29, 2015

Wood tops Lansdale, 2-1, for Catholic girls' soccer crown

Sophomore Kelsey Celline’s 18th goal of the season was her most important, coming eight minutes into overtime to give Archbishop Wood a 2-1 win over Lansdale Catholic for the Catholic League girls’ soccer title Wednesday night. In the game at Archbishop Ryan, Celline’s goal was assisted by Nicole Ahrens and gave head coach Bill Cappo his fourth title in 16 years and the first one since 1999. Rachel Friend also scored for the Vikings (17-3-1). The two teams split their regular-season meetings.

Wood tops Lansdale, 2-1, for Catholic girls' soccer crown

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Sophomore Kelsey Celline’s 18th goal of the season was her most important, coming eight minutes into overtime to give Archbishop Wood a 2-1 win over Lansdale Catholic for the Catholic League girls’ soccer title Wednesday night.

In the game at Archbishop Ryan, Celline’s goal was assisted by Nicole Ahrens and gave head coach Bill Cappo his fourth title in 16 years and the first one since 1999.

Rachel Friend also scored for the Vikings (17-3-1). The two teams split their regular-season meetings.

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