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BC girls top Catty

Bethlehem Catholic’s girls’ soccer team ended its season with a 6-1 victory over Catasauqua last Wednesday at Catty after losing to Easton, 3-1, last Tuesday.

“I think they really keep the ball spread out and that’s always difficult,” said freshman defender Emily Pepe after the Easton game. “They have that one really good girl, so she’s really fast which we’re not used to but I think we handled them pretty well.”

Becahi coach Angelo Amato said that Pepe has never been subbed out of a game this year.

“I think by the second or third game, I was thinking I don’t know why I’m not getting subbed out. I don’t know if he’s forgotten about me but after awhile I got used to it,” Pepe said.

Emma Carreras scored the Hawks’ only goal against the Red Rovers to tie the game before the Rovers scored two more.

“There are always some bumps along the way but I think we’ve had a really good season,” said Pepe.

Carreras also scored one goal against the Rough Riders, and Brooke Bisko had five goals.

Bisko ended the 2019 regular season with a total of 30 goals and 109 career goals.

Becahi ended the season with an overall record of 8-10.