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A fine final fifteen minutes for Mainland

When they were down by a goal with 15 minutes left, the Mainland girls' soccer players probably felt like they had a good chance to still win. But to win by two goals in regulation with time to spare? That may have even surprised them.

A fine final fifteen minutes for Mainland

When they were down by a goal with 15 minutes left, the Mainland girls' soccer players probably felt like they had a good chance to still win. But to win by two goals in regulation with time to spare? That may have even surprised them.

Mainland scored three times in the final 15 minutes to stun Lower Cape May, 4-2, in a Cape-Atlantic girls' soccer game Wednesday.

Lauren Ziereius tied it on a cross from Lexi Miller. Marge Dods scored the go-ahead goal from 20 yards out with eight minutes left. Despina Lianidis added an insurance tally on a penalty kick with five minutes left.

Shea Scannell scored a first-half goal for Mainland. Madie Gibson had both for Lower Cape May.

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