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Lady Crusaders advance with 3-2 win over Curwensville

October 23, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski ECC keeper Hannah Onink makes a diving attempt to block a penalty kick by Curwensville's Cheyenne Geisler late in the second half of Tuesday's game. Onink was able to get a hand on the ball, altering its path enough to cause it to hit off the crossbar and deflect back away from the goal.

The fifth seeded Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders traveled to Curwensville to take on the fourth seeded Lady Tide on Tuesday evening in a D9 quarterfinal matchup played under the lights at Riverside Stadium. Going into the match, the Lady Crusaders had not lost in their last 13 games, and they extended that streak to 14 with a 3-2 victory over Curwensville.

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