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D-I Girls' Soccer championship

Bryanna Pearson, center, holds a photo of her sister, Sabrynna, who was playing for Manchester Central in Sunday's Division I girls' soccer championship at Exeter High. Bryanna Pearson came from her home in Rhode Island to cheer her sister on. On either side of Pearson are twins Cassidy and Cooper Lavigne, also there to cheer on the Central team. The Little Green beat Bedford 1-0 in a penalty kick shootout. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship.Manchester Central's Erin Flurey brings the ball up the sideline. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship.Central's Erin Flurey high steps past Bedford's Olivia CoCo. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship.Bedford goalie Lauren Johnson makes a diving save under Central attacker Paige LaBerge. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship. The Central girls celebrate their win. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship. The Central girls celebrate their win by kissing the NHIAA plaque. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship. The Central girls celebrate their win. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship.Manchester Central's Paige LaBerge shields the ball from Bedford's Olivia CoCo. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship.Bedford's Mia Roy and Central's Brooke Ribiero battle for control. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship. Bedford goalie Lauren Johnson makes a save and sends Central attacker Erin Flurey flying. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Bedford High girls and the Manchester Central girls took their NHIAA Division I championship game to a deciding shootout Sunday evening at Bill Ball Stadium on the Exeter High School campus. Central High took the winning tally of shootout attempts to take the championship. Manchester Central goalie Jessica Lewis punches away a Bedford attempt on goal over the head of Bedford's Briana CoCo. Central's Madison Tremblay (2) and Sabrynna Pearson (22) close in. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)