Lunedei Goes After It

Bourne’s Brooke Lunedei fights for position with an Abington player to get to a loose ball during the Canalmen’s home opener on Wednesday, September 4.

With a solid effort at home against Greater New Bedford Voc Tech, the Bourne High School girls’ soccer team posted its second straight win on Wednesday, September 18. After starting the year off 0-4-1, the Lady Canalmen have had themselves a nice little run over the past few days.

Two Alexis Morisset goals powered the Canalmen to their win as they beat the Bears by a 2-0 score.

The sniper picked up her first of the game just 30 seconds into the contest, giving Bourne an early boost. Morisset was set up nicely by Amanda Orciuch and fired it in for the early lead. She then struck again just 21 minutes later to double the advantage. Emma Correira picked up the assist on that goal.

Coach Rui Correia said that he received strong play from several players. Madelyn Muttart, Emma Correira and Sydney Fitzpatrick all drew praise for their efforts in the win.

The Bourne girls’ soccer team was able to hold off Wareham in a high-scoring affair on Monday, September 16, to earn their first win of the 2019 season. Scoring two goals and one assist in the game, Alexi Morriset led the charge for Bourne High as they put one in the win column.

Morisset scored twice in the game’s first 11 minutes to help her team get out on top. Delaney White, who set up the second goal, scored in the 25th minute to give Bourne a seemingly commanding 3-0 lead.

Bourne went on to pop its lead up to 5-1 at one point, thanks to goals from Amanda Orciuch and Emma Correira. BHS led by that 5-1 score at halftime and cruised to the finish line. Wareham was able to get a pair back in the second half, but Bourne’s lead was comfortable and got its initial win of the season after four losses and a tie.

Emma Bourgault got the win in goal. She made six saves, including a pair of breakaways. Madelyn Muttart played strongly on the defensive side of the ball for BHS.

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