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Vermont Green FC’s strong first-half performance against Carolina Core went unanswered as they were eliminated from the US Open Cup with a 2-1 loss. In the first half, Yaniv Bazini converted a penalty in the 28th minute to give Vermont Green an early lead. Nathan Schnur made five important saves to keep his team ahead, but Carolina Core fought back in the second half.

Goalkeeper Nathan Schnur kept his team ahead for most of the game, making five important saves. But Carolina Core was determined not to let Vermont Green get away with their lead. In the second half, Papa Ndoye scored a penalty to level the score at 1-1 in the 60th minute, followed by Joshua Rodriguez’s goal in the 70th minute. Despite having several opportunities to equalize, Vermont Green FC was unable to do so and ultimately lost 2-1.

After the game, head coach Adam Pfeifer expressed his appreciation for his team’s effort against a strong opponent and acknowledged that they faced many challenges throughout the match. However, he remains optimistic about their upcoming USL2 campaign which begins on May 18th against Boston City. With some time to regroup and prepare for the new season following their exit from the US Open Cup, Vermont Green FC is ready for their next challenge.

By Samantha Johnson

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