Westhampton Beach Shuts Out East Hampton/Pierson In A Game Of Rebuilding Girls Soccer Programs - 27 East

Westhampton Beach Shuts Out East Hampton/Pierson In A Game Of Rebuilding Girls Soccer Programs

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Westhampton Beach freshman defender Lily Strebel pushes the ball upfield.

Westhampton Beach freshman defender Lily Strebel pushes the ball upfield.

Sensing pressure from a pair of East Hampton players, Westhampton Beach junior Isabella Blanco clears the ball.

Sensing pressure from a pair of East Hampton players, Westhampton Beach junior Isabella Blanco clears the ball. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach senior defender Lily Berchin sends the ball upfield.

Westhampton Beach senior defender Lily Berchin sends the ball upfield. DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Jocelyn Prieto blocks a ball sent by Westhampton Beach sophomore Sarah Gormley.

East Hampton junior Jocelyn Prieto blocks a ball sent by Westhampton Beach sophomore Sarah Gormley. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach freshman Lana Salvaggio and East Hampton junior Natasha Chávez chase after a bouncing ball near the sideline.

Westhampton Beach freshman Lana Salvaggio and East Hampton junior Natasha Chávez chase after a bouncing ball near the sideline. DREW BUDD

With junior Tiffany Pesantez looking on, junior Bonacker Nicole Velez plays the ball near the sideline.

With junior Tiffany Pesantez looking on, junior Bonacker Nicole Velez plays the ball near the sideline. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach freshman Lana Salvaggio looks for an open player.

Westhampton Beach freshman Lana Salvaggio looks for an open player. DREW BUDD

Bonackers Daniela Chavez (5) and Melanie Luque try to avoid one another as Hurricane Sintia Gregorio pressures them.

Bonackers Daniela Chavez (5) and Melanie Luque try to avoid one another as Hurricane Sintia Gregorio pressures them. DREW BUDD

East Hampton's Ashley Munoz picks up a loose ball in the box.

East Hampton's Ashley Munoz picks up a loose ball in the box. DREW BUDD

Drew Budd on Sep 23, 2021
The East Hampton/Pierson and Westhampton Beach girls soccer team met in East Hampton on Wednesday in a matchup between two programs that find themselves in similar situations. East Hampton, after... more

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