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Two down, one to go

 (Photo by Amy Alonzo, The Union Democrat/copyright 2003).
(Photo by Amy Alonzo, The Union Democrat/copyright 2003).

Kelly Marquardt and the Summerville High School girls' soccer team wrap up Round 2 of their Mother Lode League schedule tonight against Calaveras at Thorsted Field in Tuolumne. After finishing the first round one point behind Bret Harte in the MLL standings, the Bears have overtaken the Bullfrogs and moved into first place thanks to a five-game winning streak (including the last game of Round 1) by a combined score of 26-3.


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