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Injuries keep Leavitt's O'Malley from her passion, but she

Postby MBRer » Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:54 am

Injuries keep Leavitt's O'Malley from her passion, but she wouldn't change anything

... After all, if not for the injured knees, O'Malley might not have found another passion to match her love of soccer. And she wouldn't have known the feeling of scoring her first two goals since her sophomore season to help the Hornets grab a 3-3 tie against Lincoln Academy last Friday.

"It feels good to score again. It was just the happiest feeling because I'm, like, I'm back. I can do it," she said.

There isn't a whole lot that O'Malley can't do on a soccer field. She battled her way into the starting lineup as a freshman and scored 13 goals. Her speed and striker's mentality of relentlessly pursuing the ball made her among the most feared scorers in the KVAC by her sophomore year

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