BROOKVILLE — The regular season ended in disappointing fashion for Madison High School’s girls soccer team.
Eager to grab their first Southwestern Buckeye League championship since 2012, the visiting Mohawks fell flat in a winner-take-all battle for the West Division title as Brookville celebrated a 4-1 victory Thursday night.
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