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Updated: 12/11/2012 10:37:42AM

Goal stays elusive

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Braden River's Liz Shirey goes up against Port Charlotte's Alexis Arroyo for control of the ball.

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Savannah Couto of Port Charlotte dribbles the ball down the field towards the goal during the Pirates home game agaist Braden River.

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Sara Monzeglio of Port Charlotte saves the ball from going out of bounds during their game against Braden River on Monday night.

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Braden River's Courtney Hart screens Port Charlotte's Savanna Coto from the ball as it goes out of bounds during Monday's girls soccer game at Port Charlotte.

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Port Charlotte's Karen Aruza, right, battles Braden River's Jenny Linde for possession during Monday's game at Port Chralotte. The visitors claimed a 2-0 victory.

By ROB SHORE

Sports Writer

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PORT CHARLOTTE — Senior midfielder Sara Monzeglio expressed some satisfaction with her team’s play in a 2-0 loss to Braden River.

“I wish things had gone more in our favor,” Monzeglio said. “I’m really proud of the defense. We stayed really strong. The centers held. The forwards made some pretty good runs and good crosses, so I’m happy with it.”

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