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Updated: 11/27/2012 08:00:03AM

Early goal allowed sends Pirates down wrong path

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SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Port Charlotte's Karen Aruza tries to keep possession of the ball while being challenged by Venice's Amber Skapyak.

SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Sara Monzeglio of Port Charlotte comes in to take the ball away from Venice's Amber Skapyak during Monday's game.

SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Jenna Sutter of Port Charlotte dribbles down the field during the Pirates' game against Venice.

SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Port Charlotte's Karen Aruza tries to keep possession of the ball while being challenged by Venice's Amber Skapyak.

By ROB SHORE

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PORT CHARLOTTE — For most soccer coaches, giving up goals in the first five minutes of a half is a cardinal sin. So Port Charlotte coach Chip Stec was less than thrilled when Venice opened its 3-1 victory against the Pirates by doing just that.

Freshman Emily Dalton took a throw-in and made a run down the left side before firing the goal past Port Charlotte keeper Veronica Milo in the fifth minute of the contest.

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