St. Margaret’s Beats Mater Dei 12-2

taThe St. Margaret’s Tartans won their fourth game of the season and second in a row with a 12-2 victory over the Mater Dei Monarchs on Saturday afternoon at Tartan stadium.  The Tartans scored five goals in the first quarter while holding the Monarch scoreless and the rout was on.  Mater Dei battled to the last horn but the contest was never in doubt as St. Margaret’s crisp and balanced scoring attack overwhelmed the Monarch defense with five different Tartans adding to the scoring barrage.  Defensively  the Tartans held the Monarchs in check all day limiting Mater Dei to just one goal in each half.

Next up for St. Margaret’s is an away game against Servite on Thursday night.  Mater Dei travels to JSerra Catholic on Monday night.

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taThe St. Margaret’s Tartans won their fourth game of the season and second in a row with a 12-2 victory over the Mater Dei Monarchs on Saturday afternoon at Tartan stadium.  The Tartans scored five goals in the first quarter while holding the Monarch scoreless and the rout was on.  Mater Dei battled to the last horn but the contest was never in doubt as St. Margaret’s crisp and balanced scoring attack overwhelmed the Monarch defense with five different Tartans adding to the scoring barrage.  Defensively  the Tartans held the Monarchs in check all day limiting Mater Dei to just one goal in each half.

Next up for St. Margaret’s is an away game against Servite on Thursday night.  Mater Dei travels to JSerra Catholic on Monday night.