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Nothing changes for Narragansett

October 31, 2011

Photo by James Bessette

Narragansett’s Hailey Kisseberth works the ball upfield during Wednesday’s match.

NARRAGANSETT — The sun – or bright skies – went away Wednesday a little bit after 6 p.m. while the Narragansett girls soccer team was doing its annual tradition of celebrating the team’s seniors on their final day on their home pitch.

But when it comes to the soccer season itself, the proverbial sun is not even close to setting on the Mariners.

A dominating regular season came to a close Wednesday when Burrillville became the latest victim of Narragansett’s persistent attack in a 10-4 over the visiting Broncos to put the finishing touches on the regular-season title in Division III.

In what should’ve been an epic battle between the top two teams in the league, the Mariners made it clear early and often they wouldn’t have the division slip through their fingers on the final day.

Narragansett broke out to a 4-0 lead 13 minutes into the match and never allowed Burrillville to get any closer than two goals on the afternoon.
Chelsea Sahagian, Carla Porras and Jackie Iannucci each scored twice for the Mariners in the win.

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