Friday’s girls soccer roundup

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Conant 7, Neuqua Valley 0 – Haley Anderson made 15 saves in the shutout victory for the Cougars.

Naperville Central 2, Downers South 0 – Kirsten Dorgan and Meredith Tunney scored a goal each for the Red Hawks (8-4-1, 1-1-0 DuPage Valley) to gain the shutout win.

Nazareth 5, Niles North 2 – Claire Ramsey and Kelly Renehan each scored two goals for the Roadrunners in their victory.

St. Charles North 5, York 1 – Lizzie Parilli led the North Stars (9-2-1) with three goals in their victory. Morgan Rerko also played strong with two goals and two assists. Leanne Stahulak made four saves in goal.

Stevenson 8, Round Lake 0 – Rachel Aranyi made three goals to lead the Patriots (4-5-1, 1-1-1 North Suburban Lake) in their shutout win.

Streamwood 2, St. Edward 1 – Tawny Carroll and Alondra Blanco each had a goal and an assist in the victory for the Sabres (5-7).


Benet 2, Rockford Boylan 1, OT – Jacquie Kaufman had a goal and an assist for the Redwings (12-1-1). Kate Hennessy made the game-winning goal in overtime, and Ellie Bumpus finished with an assist.


Lake Zurich 7, Elgin 0 – Danielle Ufheil and Emily Udelhoven led the Bears (10-3-1) with two goal each. Nicole Rasiarmos and Rebecca Kubin had a goal and an assist each in the shutout.

Prospect 3, McHenry 0 – Aly Kobler led the knights with two goals for the victory.


Harvest Christian 1, Westminster Christian 0 – Sonja Jenkins had the only goal for the Lions (7-4) in their shutout win.

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