MCLA Women's Soccer Routs Johnson State

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JOHNSON, Vt. -- Nine different Trailblazers scored goals this afternoon as the MCLA women's soccer team rolled to a 10-0 win over the NVU-Johnson Badgers Sunday in non league action.  
 
The win was the first for MCLA this season as they're now 1-4 on the season.  NVU-Johnson is 0-5.
 
Cetera Moore started the scoring in the 20th minute of play to give MCLA the early lead. Alyssa Porter converted her first collegiate marker in the 30th minute to extend the lead and when Caitlyn Maloney tallied in the 35th minute, it was 3-0 in favor of MCLA.
 
After halftime, MCLA exploded for seven more goals, including three in the opening five minutes of the half.  Hannah Van de Water made it 4-0 after her first of the season and then Natalia Gerena and Moore connected just one minute apart to increase the lead to 6-0
 
Hoosac Valley graduate Claudia Bresett, Madeline Gibney, Carol Fagan, and Savanna Amaral each added goals in the rout.
 
The Trailblazers outshot the Badgers (0-5) by a margin of 24-1.
 
MCLA (1-4) is back in action on Tuesday when it heads to Bay Path for a non conference tilt.
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Massachusetts Early Voting Runs Through Oct. 29

A record turnout is expected for the 2020 election as states with early voting say they are surpassing numbers from just four years ago. The Washington Post reported that turnout is already at 70 percent of the total early voting numbers of 2016. Massachusetts on Tuesday has already seen more than 1 million early and mail-in ballots two weeks before the election; in 2016, the total for the election was 1,038,144.  
 
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Early in-person voting ends on Oct. 29. 
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