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Westborough High boys soccer prevails over Hudson High, 3-2

Westborough High School's Carlos Macario (#7, left) leaps over the defense of Hudson High School's Kyle Roach (#4, right).

Westborough – Westborough High School (WHS) boys soccer hosted Hudson High School (HHS) for a Mid-Wach B matchup Thursday, Sept. 20 in Westborough.  Compared to last season, WHS is off to a strong start, coming into the game 2-0-1.

WHS’s Jamie Ploughman got the Rangers on the board first, scoring at the 11:36 mark, with the first half ending 1-0 in WHS’s favor.  In the second half, HHS got on the board with a score on a penalty kick by Tom Orsatti.  Orsatti later scored HHS’s second goal, on another penalty kick.  But WHS kept up the pressure, with Steven Frame scoring on a  header, and then Jameson Bradley scoring on a rebound from Loic Penninck’s bullet shot.  That was all WHS would need as they won 3-2. WHS is now 3-0-1 overall on the season while HHS falls to 2-2.

(Photos/Chris Wraight)

Westborough High School (WHS)'s Steven Frame (#24, right) watches his header go over the reach of Hudson High School's Ryan Lyman (#99, left) for WHS's second goal as WHS's Jameson Bradley (#16, center) helps out.

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