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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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