Wednesday’s girls soccer roundup

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Aurora Central 1, Lisle 0: Jordyn Sundberg scored a goal off an assist from Gina Cortino to key Aurora Central.

Evanston 3, Young 0: Maia Cella scored twice and Nora Mertz added a goal as Evanston blanked Young.

Lincoln-Way East 2, Providence 1, PK: Stefani Cetera buried a goal for Lincoln-Way East, helping her team reach the final of the Windy City Classic.

Lincoln Way-Central 1, Marist 0: A goal from Brooke Mejdrich off an assist from Alivia Crowhurst was all the Knights (1-1) needed.

Lincoln-Way North 1, Stagg 0: Rachel Pappas netted the only goal in the matchup.

Lincoln-Way West 4, Shepard 0: Bri Darlage recorded two goals and an assist while Natalie Tannura finished with two goals in the lopsided win in the consolation bracket of the Windy City Classic.

Minooka 1, Lockport 0: Martina Kotrba scored the only goal of the game for Minooka (1-0).

New Trier 7, Highland Park 0: Annie Sheehan led the Trevians (4-0) with two goals in the onslaught win. Kelly Mayday and Maggie Armstrong each had a goal and an assist while Michelle Sokal preserved the shutout with four saves.

WW South 2, Wheaton Academy 1: Anna Fank scored the game-winning goal for the Tigers.

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