MECHANICVILLE — The Bethlehem girls soccer team, one of the strongest programs in the state, came into the Class AA tournament as the unfamiliar No. 5 seed.
Without their top scorer, the team made it to the semifinals before getting beat on Thursday, Oct. 27, 1-0 by the No. 1 seed, and Suburban Conference rival, Shenendehowa.
Bethlehem keeper Sophia Soka had an exceptional game and kept the Eagles in the game but one did get by her with 26:43 left in the game and Bethlehem, despite pressuring the Shen defense, could not answer.
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