Energy Legs takes fifth straight title

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Right, Energy Legs celebrates its fifth straight title. Front row, from left: Jacqui LeBlanc, Abby Rajotte, captain Tabitha Tice, Andrea Rees, Devin Camerlengo, Stephanie Fay, Emma Child, Leah Teter and Heather Welch. Back row, from left, Laura Matthieu, Jenn Livingston, Nikki Davignon, Jillian Kasierski, Elsie Parini, Kim Desautels, Ashley Wentzell, Jamie Abbott, Kiesha Richardson, Kelly Murosky and Hannah Farda. Missing from photo: Tara Cariano, Ali Desautels, Kathleen Donahue, Emily Harwood, Kaelyn Murray and Amy Hallett. (Photo by Joel Lehman)

Right, Energy Legs celebrates its fifth straight title. Front row, from left: Jacqui LeBlanc, Abby Rajotte, captain Tabitha Tice, Andrea Rees, Devin Camerlengo, Stephanie Fay, Emma Child, Leah Teter and Heather Welch.
Back row, from left, Laura Matthieu, Jenn Livingston, Nikki Davignon, Jillian Kasierski, Elsie Parini, Kim Desautels, Ashley Wentzell, Jamie Abbott, Kiesha Richardson, Kelly Murosky and Hannah Farda. Missing from photo: Tara Cariano, Ali Desautels, Kathleen Donahue, Emily Harwood, Kaelyn Murray and Amy Hallett. (Photo by Joel Lehman)

The Vermont Women’s Soccer League summer season came to an exciting conclusion Tuesday, Aug. 2 as four-time defending champions No. 1 Energy Legs narrowly defeated No. 3 Shenanigans 1-0 in the championship game at Tree Farm in Essex.

A tense, scoreless draw was broken late in the second half when Abby Rajotte found space inside the 18-yard box, pulling the keeper out long enough to find an open net.

Energy Legs (8-1) then held on for a frantic final 10 minutes, earning its fifth straight title in a league comprised of teams from central and nowrthwestern Vermont.