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Girls soccer/Fox Valley roundup

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Addison Trail 2, Larkin 0: The Royals (0-10-1) were unable to find the back of the net as they were defeated by Addison Trail at home. Diana Hernandez recorded 3 saves in goal.

Glenbrook South 3, Jacobs 0: The Golden Eagles were shut out on the road against Glenbrook South in this Pepsi Showdown game. Monica Orjeula (4 saves ) and Megan Minogue (4 saves) split duty in goal for the Golden Eagles.

Lake Park 1, Dundee-Crown 0: Ali Sanders recorded 7 saves in goal for the Chargers (3-6) but it was not enough as they were defeated at the Lake Park Tournament by the host Lancers.

Burlington Central 2, Stillman Valley 0: The Rockets (2-4) found the back of the net twice as they shutout Stillman Valley to earn a victory on the road. Maddie Stoneman paced the Rockets offensively as she recorded a goal and an assist while Lindsey Puccio scored the other goal. Camille Dela Cruz added an assist. Caitlin Solberg recorded 10 saves in goal to preserve the shutout.

St. Edward 3, Aurora Central Catholic 1: The Green Wave (5-1-1, 2-0) found themselves down 1-0 heading into halftime, but went on a scoring spree after the break to earn the victory. Jordyn Madden, Allison Kruk (assist), and Kailey Durkin all recorded goals while Monica Ramirez and Shelby Shepard each added 1 assist. Paige Gannon recorded 2 saves in goal.

Huntley 3, Wheaton North 0: The Red Raiders (6-0) avenged a 2-1 loss to Wheaton North last year in the Pepsi Showdown as they pulled out the shutout victory. Aimee Wronski continued her hot start to the season as she scored 2 goals and added a assist while Julie Brownell added the other goal. Kaytlyn Owens turned away 4 shots on goal.

Hampshire wins two at Johnsburg: The Whip-Purs (5-1-4) extended their winning streak to 5 in a row as they defeated McHenry 4-0 in game one and Johnsburg 2-1 in game two. Dakota Walther recorded 2 goals in the first game while Michelle Dumoulin and Paige Palubicki added one a piece. In game two, Natalie Starrenburg and Alex Zeller each recorded an unassisted goal for the Whip-Purs while Alex Dumoulin turned away 8 shots on goal.

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