SHS girls soccer

The Stonington High girls soccer team gathers at halftime of its Piver Cup match vs. Westerly High on Sept. 11. | Harold Hanka, The Westerly Sun

NORWICH — Maya Terwilliger scored a pair of goals and Stonington High topped NFA, 2-1, in an ECC out-of-division girls soccer game on Tuesday.

Carly Constantine assisted on both scores.

Stonington trailed 1-0 when Constantine played a through ball that Terwilliger converted for a goal. Her second goal was a shot over the head of the NFA goalie from close  range after a ball from Constantine.

Stonington coach Jennifer Solomon said the Bears had good possession throughout the game and received some "quality minutes" from Sophia Anderson.

Stonington (6-3) outshot the Wildcats, 10-8. Kelsea Anderson, who missed the last two games with an injury, returned in goal for the Bears and made seven saves.

NFA dropped to 1-4-3.

Stonington next hosts Bacon Academy on Thursday at 4 p.m.

— Keith Kimberlin

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