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Nashua World Cup girls soccer team at national tourney

Nashua World Cup girls
at national tourney

Competing in the US Youth Soccer Nationals in Greenville, S.C., the Nashua world Cup U-16 All Stars dropped a 2-1 decision to Lady Nomad from Nevada both teams went into halftime scoreless. Lady Nomad’s Mackenzie Reynolds scored first in the 42nd minute, and Caitlyn Rotonnelli recovered quickly for Nashua World Cup in the 49th minute. Megan Sando broke the tie in the 61st minute and ultimately gave her team a 2-1 win. ...

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Nashua World Cup girls
at national tourney

Competing in the US Youth Soccer Nationals in Greenville, S.C., the Nashua world Cup U-16 All Stars dropped a 2-1 decision to Lady Nomad from Nevada both teams went into halftime scoreless. Lady Nomad’s Mackenzie Reynolds scored first in the 42nd minute, and Caitlyn Rotonnelli recovered quickly for Nashua World Cup in the 49th minute. Megan Sando broke the tie in the 61st minute and ultimately gave her team a 2-1 win.

On Thursday, a pair of goals by Emily Kirchner helped give Classics Eagles Black from Ohio South a 2-1 win. Nashua scored in the 75th minute with a Soultana Tufts goal.