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Vermont Green FC’s dream of reaching the US Open Cup was shattered on Wednesday night when they lost 2-1 to Carolina Core in Burlington.

The first half saw Vermont Green take the lead, thanks to Yaniv Bazini’s successful penalty conversion in the 28th minute. Goalkeeper Nathan Schnur made five crucial saves to keep his team ahead, but Carolina Core refused to give up.

In the second half, Carolina Core fought back with a vengeance. 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 several opportunities to equalize, Vermont Green was unable to do so, resulting in a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat.

After the game, head coach Adam Pfeifer expressed his gratitude for the support from the fans and community. Although disappointed by the loss, he commended his team’s effort against a formidable opponent and acknowledged their challenges throughout the match.

Vermont Green will now shift their focus to their upcoming USL2 campaign, which begins on May 18th against Boston City. The team will have some time to regroup and prepare for the new season following their exit from the US Open Cup.

By Riley Johnson

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