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Plum soccer youths take first place in regional competition

Michael DiVittorio
Plum Area Soccer Association competitors Allison Porter and Gage Adinolfi, both 11, show off their trophies from recent Elks Shoot skills competitions. They are joined by Plum Solicitor Bruce Dice, Mayor Harry Schlegel and council President Mike Doyle. All five represent Oakmont Elks Lodge 1668.

Plum Area Soccer Association athletes Allison Porter and Gage Adinolfi both earned first place at the regional Elks Soccer Shoot.

They represented the Oakmont Elks Lodge 1668 in the skills competition in Fredrick, Md., and defeated competitors from Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.

Allison and Gage, both 11, competed in the under 12 category in their respective boys and girls divisions. Allison also was the highest scoring girl in her group.

Both of them took first place in a state Elks Shoot prior to the Maryland contest.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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