Maidens fall short to Central Bucks South
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Senior Gabrielle Gibson scored for the Titans on a penalty kick in the 27th minute.
In the 40th minute, Taylor Matsinger scored on a cross from Meghan Kaminski giving CB South a 2-0 lead.
In the 44th minute, it was Meghan Kaminski scoring on the receiving end of a sideline assist by Madison Vitelli for a 3-0 Titans’ advantage.
In the 68th minute, Matsinger got an assist by a stylish header in front of the net to Molly Grove for 4-0 lead.
Finally, in the 76th minute the Maidens broke through with a goal of their own by senior Erica Selheimer.
Unfortunately for North Penn, it was a tale of too little too late.
“Our play has been poor for WKH ODVW IRuU RU fivH JDPHV,” coach Jim Dehner said. “I don’t think the problem is the endurance, but our heart. We made simple mistakes. We get the ball down and then we pass it down to the opposing team. We keep having all of these turnovers, it just doesn’t make any sense.”
CB South worked to get everyone involved early on in the contest and it showed with swift passing and open lines of game communication.