The Cumberland Valley girls came just shy of copying what their male teammates accomplished a week ago falling to North Penn by one in the Pennsylvania high school championships on Saturday. A halftime lead wasn’t enough as the Maidens scored four in the second half while holding CV to two goals in the tightly contested match.
North Penn finished the season undefeated at 29-0 with three tournament titles including the Beast of the East trophy which they pocketed in September.
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North Penn battled back from a 4-3 halftime deficit to push through to its second consecutive state crown Saturday night, as the Maidens earned a 7-6 win over rival Cumberland Valley in the Girls Water Polo State Final at a packed and raucous Rick Carroll Natatorium…
The win completed a decade of dominance for the North Penn girls, who claimed their seventh state crown in 10 seasons. Remarkably, it was also North Penn’s eighth straight trip to the state final.
The Maidens withstood their most difficult challenge of the season to reach perfection, finishing unbeaten at 29-0. It was NP’s first perfect season since 2006 (29-0).
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