Chapel Hill’s Julia Grant, pictured on the left in this photo from the Tigers’ first overtime win over East Chapel Hill earlier this year, fed the ball into the middle to trigger what a game-tying goal in regulation play Tuesday at Wildcat Stadium. Chapel Hill won the game 2-1 in sudden death at East Chapel Hill, where coaches from Virginia Commonwealth University were in the stands in support of Grant, who already is committed to play next year at VCU.
Chapel Hill’s Julia Grant, pictured on the left in this photo from the Tigers’ first overtime win over East Chapel Hill earlier this year, fed the ball into the middle to trigger what a game-tying goal in regulation play Tuesday at Wildcat Stadium. Chapel Hill won the game 2-1 in sudden death at East Chapel Hill, where coaches from Virginia Commonwealth University were in the stands in support of Grant, who already is committed to play next year at VCU. Fabian Radulescu newsobserver.com
Chapel Hill’s Julia Grant, pictured on the left in this photo from the Tigers’ first overtime win over East Chapel Hill earlier this year, fed the ball into the middle to trigger what a game-tying goal in regulation play Tuesday at Wildcat Stadium. Chapel Hill won the game 2-1 in sudden death at East Chapel Hill, where coaches from Virginia Commonwealth University were in the stands in support of Grant, who already is committed to play next year at VCU. Fabian Radulescu newsobserver.com

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