Published: September 24, 2016
DUXBURY — The Harwood Union girls soccer team woke up from a season-long slumber on Friday and earned a 4-0 win over the Randolph Galloping Ghosts — their first victory.
The Highlanders capitalized on a pair of goals by senior Brynne Quirion to shut out a struggling Ghosts.
“The kids are starting to push up towards net,” Highlander coach Mike Vasseur said. “(In our) first games we were just getting our form, (and) getting to know each other. We’re young. We were afraid to shoot. Now, they’re getting a little more confidence and they’re willing to take a shot.