Sullivan County Democrat
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January 24, 2014 Issue
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Alex Rau | Democrat

The Livingston Manor girls’ soccer has been very involved in Breast Cancer Awareness month, participating in walks, fundraising and wearing pink at two of their home games. Team members are: (bottom left) Farrah Mills, Ami Calo, Rachel Barnhart, Krystal Lugo. Middle row (from left): Ta-Shauna West, Heidi Snyder, Anna Staudt, Jordyne Shaver, Annaliese Gorr, Jade Bivins, Katie Rau, Tara Roser, Tabitha VanWagner, Jenna Zayas. Top row (from left): coach Jen Gorr, Tara Carlson, Dakota Rogers, Fern Mills, Tristien Perez, Devon Dutcher, Ashlynne Ratner, Kalie Gorr.

Manor girls kick in
their share

Story by Alex Rau
LIVINGSTON MANOR — October 25, 2013 — The Livingston Manor Lady Wildcatst improved their league record to 3-0 with a 4-0 homecoming victory over visiting Chapel Field on October 16. Livingston Manor's Annaliese Gorr and Farrah Mills were credited with two goals each, while Katie Rau and Gorr each had one assist. Manor goalies Tara Roser and Ashlynne Ratner pitched the shutout with one and three saves respectively.
The Lady Wildcats weren't the only winners. Sporting pink uniform accents and pre-game pink tops, the team took advantage of their packed sidelines to promote breast cancer awareness month. Generous fans gave more than $200 in addition at the Chapel Field game and also contributed at the Eldred game this past Monday. In addition, team members raised money by participating in Sunday’s "Making Strides Walk." All totaled, the team has collected more than $525 for Breast Cancer Awareness. Their slogan was “Shoot for a Cure, One Team United.”

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