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RAIDER RUN CONTINUES: Pal-Mac girls soccer advances to Far West Regional

For the first time in two weeks, Pal-Mac wouldn’t have to worry about the rain and damp conditions for a game.  The ideal weather for some November soccer set in at Penn Yan for the Red Raiders to take on fellow sectional champions Haverling to see who would represent Section V in regionals for the girls in Class B.

The first 10 minutes remained a calm affair as the teams settled in for the contest.  Pal-Mac would strike first, as Reagan Diehl scored the opening goal at the 10’ mark.  The scoring would cool off quickly however, as the Rams and Red Raiders battled to halftime, the score staying 1-0 through the first 40.

The second half started off the same as the first, no scoring immediately, and that would remain the case through the first 20 minutes of the second half.  Kylie Waeghe would net a key insurance goal at the 23’ mark of the second half to extend Pal-Mac’s lead to 2-0.  With five minutes remaining in the game, Haverling kicked in a much needed goal to cut the lead to 2-1.  Pal-Mac however was able to stop the Rams grabbing complete control at the end of the game, winning their grudge match against Haverling 2-1, and most importantly locking their spot in the regional round of state playoffs.  Pal-Mac will now play the representative for Class B out of Section VI on Saturday.  The winner of Lewiston Porter and Roy-Hart will travel to Section V to face Pal-Mac Saturday at 5 pm in Caledonia-Mumford.