Eagles varsity girls locked in for playoffs

Sports; gsa; girls; dexter; Grace; Hylan; 101615; Eagles; GSA; George Stevens Academy; game; high school; school; soccer; sport; sports; team Grace Hylan rushes to keep the ball in bounds. Photo by Franklin Brown

Grace Hylan rushes to keep the ball in bounds. Photo by Franklin Brown

Blue Hill—With the regular season in the books, George Stevens Academy varsity girls soccer team is ranked fifth, guaranteeing them a spot in the post-season quarterfinals.

The girls will face #4 Penquis Valley, in Milo, which edged them out for the home field advantage that comes with the fourth-place ranking. The Eagles end the regular season with an 8-2-4 record.

The quartefinal winner likely will face #1 Orono in the semifinals, barring a major upset. The only two games the Eagles have lost this season came from Orono.

The girls ended their season with two strong wins: 2-0 win over Sumner on October and a 4-0 shut-out against Dexter on October 16.

Sports; gsa; girls; dexter; Hanna; Peasley; 101615; Eagles; GSA; George Stevens Academy; game; high school; school; soccer; sport; sports; team Hanna Peasley throws the ball back into action. Photo by Franklin Brown

Hanna Peasley throws the ball back into action. Photo by Franklin Brown

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