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Aurora Central 7, IMSA 0 – Jordyn Sundberg score four goals and made an assist for the Chargers (8-2). Gina Cortino also scored a goal and had an assist.

Barrington 3, Palatine 0 – Ana Brodejian scored a goal and had an assist for the Fillies (8-0-3).

Lakes 8, Round Lake 0 – Bella Pighini scored three goals for the Eagles.

Lane 5, Jones 0 – The Indians (9-4, 4-0 Premier) got two goals apiece from Andrea Cervantes and Sofia Pavon. Natalie Wade also scored a goal.

Latin 7, North Shore 2 – The Romans were spurred by Eva Favia’s four goals.

Prospect 4, Wheeling 0 – Martrina Kowalczuk had a goal and an assist for the Knights.

Streamwood 11, Addison Trail 1 – Tawny Carroll was dominant for the Sabres (4-7), as she scored four times and recorded four assists. Kaila Ford had two goals and two assists.

Yorkville 7, Plano 0 – The Foxes (4-2-2) shut out Plano behind Peyton Willie’s three goals and Sarah Megazzini’s two goals and assist.

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