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Emmaus, Easton, and Parkland claim LVC titles

Emmaus, Easton, and Parkland claim LVC titles

Three championships were won in the LVC Thursday night, Emmaus won in field hockey, Easton's girls won in soccer, and the Parkland boys won a soccer title.

The Emmaus field hockey team beat Parkland 5-0 to earn their 12th straight LVC Championship.  The Green Hornets dominated the first half on their way to a win.

Easton's girls needed penalty kicks to beat Parkland after a couple of overtimes.  Megan Grundhauser clinched the win with her penalty kick, winning Easton's first LVC title in girls soccer.

The Parkland boys outlasted Easton 2-0 in the boys title game, the Trojans scored in the first 18 seconds of the game and again in the second half to earn the victory.


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