Fredonia girls beat Dunkirk, 8-0


That has never been more evident than it was on Friday, as Fredonia beat the Dunkirk Lady Marauders by a score of 8-0 in a league matchup in girls varsity soccer at Fredonia High School.

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The Fredonia Lady ‘Billies have come a long way from a 1-4 start to the season. That has never been more evident than it was on Friday, as Fredonia beat the Dunkirk Lady Marauders by a score of 8-0 in a league matchup in girls varsity soccer at Fredonia High School.

Fredonia had a four goal game from freshman Emily Timmerman, who completed her hat trick before the halfway mark of the first half.

“It was a breakout game for her,” said Fredonia head coach Brett Gould. “She played exceptionally well.”

Laural Erick added two goals and three assists, while Sofia Russo and Ella Gould each scored, as well.

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‘Fun With Purpose’

A girl scout displays her repelling ability at a local camp. The Girl Scouts of Western New York serves more than 15,000 girls and 7,000 adult volunteers in a nine-county area. Submitted photo

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Those were the words of Girl Scouts of Western New York CEO Judy Cranston, who talked about the successful marketing initiative called the Girl Scout Difference Campaign that has helped recruit new members and volunteers and express the skill-based learning opportunities the Girl Scouts can provide.

The acronym GIRL has been used as a way to express how Girl Scouts as a program can provide girls in the area with new experiences that help make them go-getters, innovators, risk-takers and leaders.

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