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O'Hara helps US women take soccer gold

Former Starr's Mill soccer standout Kelley O'Hara helped hold Japan to one goal as the U.S. women's soccer team scored a 2-1 victory in the Olympic final this afternoon.

O'Hara was a starting defender for the squad, building on her success at Starr's Mill to reach the top level of amateur soccer.

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Dondol's picture

What a run and she played every minute of every game (6). This young lady and two others were the only ones on the team to do that, over 540 minutes of play time, WOW! And this team has won the Gold for the past three Olympics.
I guess that was too much for Mr. Munford to add.

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