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QAS girls capture championship

QAS girls capture championship

This Queen of All Saints soccer team captured the Catholic Youth Council’s Girls’ Parochial Open Division City-County Championship. The girls finished the season with a 9-0-1 record, scoring 41 goals and allowing nine. Team members, front row, from left, are: Megan Beck, Gabby Glore, Amanda Kopp, Meghan Madden, Kelly O’Leary, Stephanie Blaskow, Caitlin Cavanaugh, Abby Mika and Caroline Kozeny. Middle row, from left, are: Bridget Costello, Natalie Lewandowski, Ashley Guardado, Liz Hagemann, Caitlyn Kelly, Katie Kraus, Ashley Jakubeck and the Rev. Brian Fallon. Back row, from left, are: Coach Tom Madden and Coach Brian Jakubeck.

QAS girls capture championship

QAS girls capture championship

This Queen of All Saints sixth-grade girls’ soccer team captured first place in the Catholic Youth Council’s South County Open Division to advance to the playoffs. In the playoffs, the girls fought hard in a double-overtime game to gain the victory and advance to the title game to win the City-County Championship. Team members, front row, from left, are: Amanda DeGunia, Meredith Cole, Anna Schmitz, Megan Cunningham, Lexi Pauls, Kathryn MirBaha and Tricia Williams. Back row, from left, are: Coach Bill Cunningham, Cecilia Honig, Courtney Caciano, Jill Hubert, Katelynn Portell, Madelyn Giegling, Hannah Rasch, Allison Frisella, Natalie Boehmer and Coach Greg Hubert.

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