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team’s pass­ing in the cir­cle. “We work on cor­ners and inside the cir­cle and just mak­ing sure we look up to make sure we don’t cause a foul to make us go the other way.”

Wil­liams ex­ited the game in the mid­dle of the first

quar­ter af­ter suf­fer­ing a lower body in­jury when she got tan­gled up with Abing­ton’s goalie.

The rest of the Tro­jans picked up where she left off. Hum­mel and Loven­sheimer al­ter­nated goals — two apiece — over the fi­nal 6:35 of the first quar­ter to build a 6-0 lead.

The scor­ing slowed down af­ter the first quar­ter, but Wiss still man­aged to con­trol

pos­ses­sion for nearly the en­tire game and found the back of the cage in ev­ery quar­ter. Crow­ley and Miller each scored in the sec­ond quar­ter, Schools in the third and Kirk­patrick in the fourth.

“We try to con­tain our­selves to make sure we’re play­ing with the ball and look­ing up,” Miller said of the Tro­jans play­ing on the of­fen­sive half for the ma­jor­ity

of the game. “We just try to make sure we’re not go­ing into their sticks.”

Ghosts (0-2) goal­keeper Mar­i­lyn Capps fin­ished the game with seven saves, in­clud­ing an im­pres­sive stop of a lifted shot on a penalty cor­ner in the sec­ond quar­ter.

Wis­sahickon goalie Ju­lianna Thomas didn’t face a shot.

Cen­tral Bucks West 26 20 18 23 — 1

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