2013 girls soccer by the numbers

September 04, 2013|By Glenn Graham | The Baltimore Sun

5 — Freshmen who started for McDonogh in last year’s IAAM A Conference championship game, a loss to Archbishop Spalding in penalty kicks

72 — Goal difference for No. 2 River Hill in its 19-0 season last year as the Hawks scored 78 goals, while limiting opponents to six

109 — Goals scored by the five returning All-Metro first-team forwards last season, led by South River’s Kacie Longo (All-Metro Player of the Year) with 29


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