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Saturday, December 20, 2014
Dramatic win for Oceanside
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Victoria Lodi/Herald
Oceanside's Cassie Cesario, left, provided the heroics in a 16-15 win over Friends Academy on April 25, scoring late in regulation and in triple OT.

Cesario made it 14-12, but barely more than a minute was left on the clock when senior Erica Brook ripped home a shot to cut the margin to one. Then with time winding down, Collins made a rush downfield and was met by a myriad of defenders. She fed a pass to Cesario, who made a nifty crease roll and fired in the tying goal.

“Courtney always attracts the most attention from a defense,” Dwyer said of Collins, who has 28 goals. “They sealed up the middle, but she got the ball to Cassie and she made a nice move to score.”

With a handful of games remaining and a playoff spot there for the taking, cutting down on turnovers is the main thing Dwyer’s looking for the Lady Sailors to improve. “We have to value every possession,” he said.   


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