Saturday’s girls soccer roundup

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Antioch 4, Rockford Guilford 0 –Courtney Coleman led the Sequoits (2-3-1) with two goals.

Benet 2, St. Viator 1 (OT) –Betsy Keefe and Jacquie Kaufman each scored a goal in the overtime win for the Redwings (6-0-1). Ellie Bumpus and Kate Hennessy each provided the assists.

Deerfield 7, Aurora East 0 –Margot Sylvan led the Warriors (3-2-1) with two goals in their shutout.

Grayslake North 1, Wauconda 0 –Kelley O’Brien had the only goal in the shutout win for the Knights (4-0-2) that was assisted by Sammie Villwock. Megan Davis had two saves in goal.

Kaneland 3, Rosary 0 –Kiandra Powell led the Knights (6-2-0) with two goals, while Holly Collingbourne added one.

Lincoln-Way North 1, Evanston 0 – Bianca Galassini scored off a corner kick from Rachel Pappas in the shutout win for the Phoenix(6-1-1).

Lincoln-Way West 6, Reavis 1 –Emily Wyskiel scored two goals and an assist in the win for the Warriors (7-3). Meghann Lange also added two goals while Brianna Heyer finished with a goal and an assist.

Lyons 11, Naperville Central 5 –Caroline Walsh led for the Lions with four goals and three assists in their win. Julia Cohen was also a big contributor finishing with three goals and two assists. Erin Yang added two goals.

Naperville Central 2, Schaumburg 0 –Kinzly Dressler scored a goal for the Red Hawks (6-1-1) in their victory. Allison Baumann made two saves.

Nazareth 7, Bishop McNamara 0 –Claire Ramsey scored three goals in the victory for the Roadrunners.

Providence 4, Homewood-Flossmoor 0 –Karli Boyd had two goals and an assist for the Celtics (5-3) in the shutout. Alli Bebar and Mikayla Sanders each contributed a goal as well, while Cory Griffith made two assists. Nicki Griffith made four saves in goal.

St. Charles North 3, Vernon Hills 2 –Hannah Durocher led the North Stars (4-1-1) with two goals while Hailey Rydberg scored the other. Shelby Stitz finished with eight saves.

Stevenson 2, Grayslake Central 1 –Savannah Kruse and Emma Jaeger each had a goal in the win for the Patriots (1-3-0). Kya Suzuki and Caroline Dempsey made the assists while Hannah Petrich had six saves in goal.

Warren 2, Lyons 2 –Valentina Rodriguez and Natalie McNally were the goal scorers for the Warriors (2-2-1) in the tie. Liz Carrano made five saves.

Wheaton Academy 3, Highland Park 0 –Gretchen Pearson had a goal and an assist in the win for the Warriors (3-1). Erin Teevans and Holland Kosiek were the other goal scorers, and Jamie Netzley and Britta Cassell each added an assist. Liana Ledesma made a save in goal.

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Lake Zurich 2, Prairie Ridge 0 –Emily Udelhoven and Rebecca Kubin were the goal scorers for the Bears (5-2-1)in their victory. Maggie Tuckey and Madeline Blasko provided the assists while Elly Daleske made five saves in goal.

Streamwood 2, Hinsdale South 1, 2OT –Alondra Blanco scored two goals, both assisted by Tawny Carroll in the win for the Sabres (2-5).

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