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Mt. Hebron vs. Glenelg boys soccer | PHOTOS

Glenelg goal keeper Katen Gulati makes one of several saves during the two overtime periods to keep the game scoreless. At right is Mt. Hebron’s Andrew Magdar (1).
(Amy Davis)

Mt. Hebron vs. Glenelg boys soccer | PHOTOS

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Browse photos of the boys soccer game between Mt. Hebron and Glenelg on Wednesday night, Oct. 20.
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Glenelg goal keeper Katen Gulati makes one of several saves during the two overtime periods to keep the game scoreless. At right is Mt. Hebron’s Andrew Magdar (1).
Glenelg goal keeper Katen Gulati makes one of several saves during the two overtime periods to keep the game scoreless. At right is Mt. Hebron’s Andrew Magdar (1). (Amy Davis)
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From left, Glenelg Jaegon Hibbetts (17) Mt. Hebron Mark Adja (7), Glenelg Daniel Vaysman (7) and Mt. Hebron Peyton Oh (2) vie for a header. The game ended in a 0-0 tie after two overtime periods.
From left, Glenelg Jaegon Hibbetts (17) Mt. Hebron Mark Adja (7), Glenelg Daniel Vaysman (7) and Mt. Hebron Peyton Oh (2) vie for a header. The game ended in a 0-0 tie after two overtime periods.
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Mt. Hebron Jimmy Linsenmeyer (12) and Glenelg D.J. Anderson (11) race for the ball.
Mt. Hebron Jimmy Linsenmeyer (12) and Glenelg D.J. Anderson (11) race for the ball.
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Mt. Hebron goal keeper Logan Dunn walks off the field frustrated after the game against Glenelg ended in a 0-0 tie after two overtime periods.
Mt. Hebron goal keeper Logan Dunn walks off the field frustrated after the game against Glenelg ended in a 0-0 tie after two overtime periods.
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Glenelg’s Nevin Schatzer (2) and Mt. Hebron’s Shalom Adja (18) chase the ball.
Glenelg’s Nevin Schatzer (2) and Mt. Hebron’s Shalom Adja (18) chase the ball.
Mt. Hebron vs. Glenelg boys soccer
Under a big soccer ball in the sky – actually the first full moon of the fall season, known as the Hunter's Moon, Mt. Hebron and Glenelg face off in boys soccer with the Howard County title on the line.
Under a big soccer ball in the sky – actually the first full moon of the fall season, known as the Hunter's Moon, Mt. Hebron and Glenelg face off in boys soccer with the Howard County title on the line. (Amy Davis)
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