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The United States national women’s soccer team is using their recent, resounding World Cup victory to highlight ongoing wage disparities between men and women in the United States.

What constitutes a good day? Getting your morning coffee exactly right? Finding the first fruit on your Early Variety cherry tomato? Spotting a mama bear with cubs on your way home from work? Maybe a good day is your daughter’s soccer team making the finals, your son loading the dishwasher without being asked, and your spouse picking up dinner.

With all due respect to former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Pat Riley (registered trademark owner) and former Lakers guard Byron Scott (originator of the term), a look back in time in Northeast Kingdom sports history will take us to a much earlier and (unlike the 1988-89 Lakers) legitimate sports “three-peater” - the 1933 – 1935 Vermont state interscholastic soccer champions at Hardwick Academy.

The Woodsville girls soccer team started the season 0-2. Since then, a nine-game winning streak has made the Engineers the talk of Division IV, and on a team getting contributions across the pitch, Olivia Sarkis’ have been a big reason behind the run.