NHIAA Girls' Soccer: Bedford girls pull away from Memorial
Play was mostly on the Memorial end as the Crusaders had trouble keeping up with Bedford's speed and playmaking ability.
Memorial coach Joe Romo acknowledged that he kept extra defenders back to help out his goaltender.
Bedford coach Michelle Winning said the Crusaders made things difficult throughout the game.
Bedford had numerous chances in the first half but could only convert one.
Finally, with 18:10 remaining in the first half, Celli centered a pass to freshman forward Seana Gosselin, who scored to make it 1-0.
In the second half, Bedford began to pull away.
Winner said Bedford's Bogursky, normally a defender, went on the attack when the opportunity presented itself.
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