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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Challenges ahead for revamped Baldwin
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Kathy Leistner/Herald
Sophomore Kelsey Cohen opened the season with four goals in Baldwin's 13-11 loss to Seaford.

The in-close attack has a mix of seniors and underclassmen. Freshmen Bridget Jules and Hailey Rattigan have made the jump from middle school to varsity a smooth one, and both got in the scoring column in their varsity debuts. Jules notched a goal, and Rattigan an assist. Sophomore Morgan Rachlin also scored in the opener, and seniors Olivia Dominique, Emilia Moore and Ufoma Oyiborhoro are the veterans of the group.

There’s no shortage of experience or leadership on defense with seniors Chelsea Banks, Amanda Clemens, Sam Leavey and Casey Barbiero in the fold. Banks is a strong and athletic defender who has the green light to make runs into the attack zone. New goalie Nicole Scheintul, a freshman, plays club lacrosse and brings lots of ability.

The Lady Bruins are off to a 0-3 start against Conference II rivals after falling short last week against South Side and Hewlett. They’ll host Holy Trinity in non-league action this Friday at 4:15 p.m.   

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