The girls' soccer team from Bristol is one of more than 130 teams to compete in the 31st Annual Memorial Day Classic Soccer Tournament over the weekend.
Four teams, including one from Bristol, played at Bowditch Field in Framingham, MA, Friday night to kick off the 31st Annual Memorial Day Classic Soccer Tournament, hosted by Framingham United Soccer Club. The Force from Bristol, a U14 girls team, played in the tournament's opening game, falling to The Framingham Storm, 1-0. More than 130 teams competed in the two-day annual Framingham soccer tournament in four locations on 19 fields over the weekend. Teams travel from all over New England and New York to compete. Patch is proud to be one of the sponsors and we have partnered with Photography in Motion, too.
The Tiverton High girls' soccer team rallied from a one-goal deficit to nip Mount Hope High, 3-2, Wednesday night in Tiverton in an exciting Division II-Central match.
Samantha Welchman’s goal early in the second half Wednesday night lifted the Tiverton High girls’ soccer team to an emotional 3-2 Division II-Central victory over Mt. Hope High on the Tigers’ home turf. Welchman’s second goal of the contest came with 26:24 to play and enabled Tiverton to improve its season record to 2-0-1 and climb into first place in the Division II-Central standings. The Huskies fell to 2-2. Tori Fryzel also drilled a goal for Tiverton and keeper Haley Higginbottom recorded 11 saves. Christie Ribeiro collected both goals for Mt. Hope and netminder Vivian Ramos notched 12 saves. Welchman’s tie-breaking score capped a gutty performance by Tiverton, which was outplayed for most of the night by Mt. Hope’s physical and …