Girl’s soccer season ends in playoffs

T he Whitehall girl’s soccer team’s season came to end last Thursday as they suffered a 3-1 loss to Waterford in the play-in game of the Class C Section II tournament.

Ashley Lefebrve scored all three goals for Waterford, which in turn lost to Hoosic Falls on Saturday.

Cariana Jones scored Whitehall’s only goal on an assist from Brittany Putorti and Erika Harker made seven saves for Whitehall.

The loss was the final game for an experienced-laden team that featured eight seniors in its lineup.

The Railroaders finished fourth in the Adirondack League with a 5-7 record.



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