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Greenville girls fall to Penobscot Valley in home opener

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2017 HOME OPENER — Greenville sophomore Bianca Breton breaks away during the first half of the Lakers’ 2017 home opener vs. Penobscot Valley of Howland on the afternoon of Sept. 9. The visiting Howlers won 3-0 to improve to 3-0 and drop Greenville to 1-1. The two teams are scheduled to play in Howland at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23.

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WAITING FOR THE CORNER KICK — Sophomores Tiegan Murray, left, and Halle Pelletier are ready for a corner kick during a Saturday matinee vs. Penobscot Valley. Pelletier would finish with a game-high nine saves.

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LEVITATING BALL TRICK — Greenville junior Jordan Mann controls the ball during the Sept. 9 game.

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ON THE DEFENSE — Sophomore Aleya Pelletier runs back toward midfield on Saturday in a cross region matchup with the Class D South Lakers hosting the Class D North Penobscot Valley Howlers.

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OPEN FIELD — Greenville senior Emma Bilodeau looks to clear the ball on Sept. 9. Both Laker squads were in action against Penobscot Valley on Saturday with the girls falling 3-0 and the boys winning 2-1.

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