Tuesday’s girls soccer roundup

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Amundsen 3, Schurz 2: Goals were scored by Amber Sims, Jinelly Sanchez, and Jessica Sanchez in Amundsen’s win over Schurz.

Aurora Central 4, Hinckley-Big Rock 0: Jordyn Sundberg and Gina Cortino each finished with two goal in the win for the Chargers.

Bolingbrook 1, Plainfield East 0: Abbie Lund’s goal was all the Raiders needed.

Buffalo Grove 2, Cary-Grove 0: Sara Busse slipped the ball past the keeper twice in the Bison victory at the Lake Park tournament.

Crystal Lake South 1, Prairie Ridge 0: Katherine Siavelis’ goal lifted the Gators over Prairie Ridge.

Harvest Christian 5, Schaumburg Christian 2: Morgan Lockwood and Amanda Moore each scored twice for Harvest Christian (1-0).

Lemont 3, Joliet West 0: Savannah Brija bagged two goals while Mairead Ruanne tallied one for the Indians (3-1). Aleks Mihailovic finished with two assists and keeper Michelle Jerantowski recorded the shut out.

Lincoln Park 6, Taft 1: Felix Johnson turned in a remarkable six-game performance for Lincoln-Park (2-0, 1-0 First Division North).

Lincoln-Way West 5, Bloom 0: Brianna Heyer spearheaded the Warriors with two goals while Bri Darlage, Madison Mikalauski, and Natalie Tannura each found the back of the net once.

Lockport 2, Providence 0: Stephanie Quigley and Lauren Pikulski each tallied a goal for the Porters (2-1).

St. Edward 5, Hampshire 0: Chelsea Gnan scored two goals and delivered an assist for St. Edward (2-0). Olivia Kochanek, Bella Uscilla, and Casey Gredzieleski each found the back of the net.

Shepard 3, T.F. Co-op 0: Aubrey Quick finished with the hat trick for Shepard (4-2, 2-0 South Suburban Red) while Kelly Evancich dished out three assists.

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