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.


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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