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Boys soccer beats Mt. Lebanon

Johnny Staley and Nathan Breisinger

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The boys soccer team spoiled rival Mt. Lebanon’s senior night on Thursday, winning 2-1.

“It feels good to beat one of our biggest rivals at their place, especially on their senior night,” senior Laun Thar Eh said.

The two goal scorers for the Highlanders were seniors Damian Pfaff and Janvier Ramson.

“The whole team did their job, moved the ball well and helped contribute to this victory,” Eh said.

The team’s next section game is senior recognition night at home against Bethel Park on Tuesday night.

The team’s overall record is 4-11, and its section record is 2-7.

 

About the Writers
Johnny Staley, Staff Writer
Johnny is a junior and a first-year staff writer on the Purbalite. He plays basketball and loves watching sports in his free time. He likes to write sports stories.  
Nathan Breisinger, Staff Writer
Nathan is a junior and a second-year staff writer. He plays hockey and baseball and he can be found watching, listening, or talking Pittsburgh sports.
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