HERSHEY — In Saturday’s PIAA Class 1A Girls Soccer Championship, Southern Columbia didn’t even need to use the most effective part of the body in the sport to beat Greensburg Central Catholic by a convincing margin of 4-0.

The primary objective in the game is to use the combination of metatarsals and phalanges of either foot to send the truncated icosahedron into a rectangular netting. In simpler terms, the intent in soccer is to kick a round ball into the goal.

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