ATLANTA - The Mount Vernon Varsity Girls Soccer team picked up its second win in as many days on Tuesday, March 14, defeating the Galloway School Scots 8-0 in region play at Ron Hill Field.
Mount Vernon's first score came 13 minutes into the first half from Ruby Turner
Taylor Keller scored the next two for the Mustangs resulting in a onslaught of more goals.
Karoline Lundstrom scored two of the final three goals of the first period, with a Lill Adams goal between the two of Lundstrom.
Leading 6-0 after halftime, the Mustangs added two more goals via the foot of Lundstrom, who had two in second period.
Lundstrom has now scored right goals in three in this recent Mustang offensive surge.
Mount Vernon controlled the tempo of the match, totaling 34 shots
Bella Champney finished the day with two saves in goal as well.
The Mustangs (5-1) are back on the pitch on Friday, March 17, traveling to the Paidea School for another region match-up.
First kick against the Pythons is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Python Park.
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