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Hammond Girls Win NAC West Opener

Updated: Sep 7, 2019

Avery Kenyon scored two goals and passed out an assist and Brooke Manning and Lylie Vaugh each delivered a goal and an assist to lead Hammond to a 6-1 victory over Harrisville in the Red Devils season and NAC West Girls Soccer opener on Wednesday.

"It was a good start at what we want to do. We must to continue to work though," said Coach Shawn Dack who will lead the Devils to Harrisville on Friday and Saturday for the Lady Piriates' Tournament. Hammond plays General Brown in the first round and Harrisville plays South Jefferson.

Zoey Cunningham and Kelsey Bennett also scored for the Devils and Haily Cunningham passed out an assist while Alyia Crosby stopped four shots in goal.

Winters scored the lone Harrisville goal.

C-P 2, B-M 0: In an NAC East game Landree Chamberlain scored two goals and Alexus Cuthbert passed out two assists as Colton-Pierrepont downed Brushton-Moira. Abeni Payne added an assist and Natalie Butterfield stopped 12 saves in the shutout.

Alyia Crosby makes a save for Hammond in Wednesday's win over Harrisville. (Lisa FreemanPhoto)

Kelsey Bennett drives a hared shot against Harrisville on Wednesday.

Avery Kenyon skies for a header against Harrisville on Wednesday. (Lisa Freeman Photo)

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