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UNION - For the first time in the history of the girls soccer program at Shore Regional High School, the Blue Devils have a state championship to call their own.

Freshman Hannah Birdsall served a corner kick off two Glen Ridge defenders and into the net for the golden goal in the 93rd minute and the Blue Devils pulled out a win over the Ridgers in the Group I championship game for their first ever outright NJSIAA group championship.

Shore had been to the previous three finals, but lost twice and share the title with Ridge in 2013.

Freshman Frankie McDonough staked Shore to a 1-0 lead in the 13th minute by burying a 25-yard strike to the far right corner of the goal. The freshman, who finished the team-leader with 23 goals, took a pass from her junior sister Devon, turned and hit a dipping shot that tucked into the back corner of the goal.

McDonough later dribbled through the defense for another quality chance in the 36th minute, but her shot bent just wide of the far left post.

Glen Ridge tied the game in the 50th when junior Galen Lew headed in a free kick by junior Colleen Grady. After Shore controlled the first half by outshooting the Ridgers 6-3, Glen Ridge responded by limiting Shore's chances and closing the gap in shots to 10-7.

Shore nearly won the game twice in the first overtime period, first on a one-timed poke by senior Shannon Bonner that rolled just wide of the right post. Devon McDonough later got her head to a corner kick by Birdsall, but her shot stayed over the crossbar in the 88th minute.

Box Score

Shore 2, Glen Ridge 1 (OT)

1 2 OT OT F
Shore (21-4-1) 1 0 0 1 2
Glen Ridge (17-6-1) 0 1 0 0 1

Goals (Assists): (S) Frankie McDonough (Devon McDonough) 13’, Own goal 93’; (GR) Galen Lew (Colleen Grady) 50’
Shots: Shore, 13-7
Saves: (S) Katie Colaguori 6; (GR) Ryanne Ege 7

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