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The Ambler Gazette - - OPINION - By Denny Dyroff

For Mont­gomery Me­dia

It seems that noth­ing gets 8SSHU 0HULRn’V fiHOG KRFNHy team in the mood for an im­pres­sive win more than suf­fer­ing through back-to-back losses.

A few weeks ago, the Vik­ings started the sea­son with a pair of gut-wrench­ing losses and then roared back to de­feat Up­per More­land by six goals.

Last week, the Vik­ings were crunched by Wis­sahickon and then were up­set vic­tims in a game against a much weaker Chel­tenham squad. It was only the sec­ond time this sea­son that Up­per Me­rion lost two games in a row.

On Mon­day, the Vik­ings got back on the right track with a well-played 5-1 Subur­ban One Amer­i­can Con­fer­ence win over Up­per Dublin.

“We needed a win to­day,” said Up­per Me­rion for­ward Do­minique Gam­bone. “And, we knew we needed to work hard to get the win. 7KLV wDV GHfinLWHOy RnH RI our best games. We were ready to play and ready to beat the other team.”

Gam­bone’s two goals were book­ends for the Vik­ings. The tal­ented se­nior VFRUHG KHU fiUVW JRDO — DnG 8SSHU 0HULRn’V fiUVW JRDO — just over two min­utes into the game off an as­sist from Danielle San­fe­lice.

With 1:15 re­main­ing in the sec­ond half, Gam­bone VFRUHG KHU VHFRnG JRDO — and Up­per Me­rion’s last JRDO — WR JLvH WKH VLNLnJV a com­mand­ing four-goal ad­van­tage.


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