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Jordan Lidell of Cincinnatus pushes the ball ahead of McGraw defenders Kassandra Neff, 18, and MaCayla VanWagenen, seconds before scoring her second goal oin Tuesday’s Class B first round game.

Red Lions boot rival McGraw

The Cincinnatus Central girls’ soccer team remembered, but it took an early jolt to get things going Tuesday afternoon against visiting rival McGraw in the first round of the Section 3 Class D tournament.
The two teams had split a pair of 1-0 Central Counties League games during the regular season, and the Red Lions recalled all too well losing to the Eagles at SUNY Cortland back on Oct. 4.
McGraw sophomore forward Lynesie Busby-VanCise put her ninth-seeded team ahead with an unassisted tally 1:43 into Tuesday’s rubber match, but from that point on the game belonged to the eighth-seeded Red Lions as they roared to a 6-1 victory.

 



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