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  • Elgin's Maria Gomez (7) battles Dundee-Crown's Jennifer Letheby during South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.

       Elgin's Maria Gomez (7) battles Dundee-Crown's Jennifer Letheby during South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Elgin's Hannah Demel (20) battles Dundee-Crown's Cori Schrade during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.

       Elgin's Hannah Demel (20) battles Dundee-Crown's Cori Schrade during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Elgin's Maria Gomez (7) battles Dundee-Crown's Jennifer Letheby during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.

       Elgin's Maria Gomez (7) battles Dundee-Crown's Jennifer Letheby during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Elgin's Daisy Gomez (6) battles Dundee-Crown's Cori Schrade during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.

       Elgin's Daisy Gomez (6) battles Dundee-Crown's Cori Schrade during the South Elgin Spring Break tournament at Millennium Field in Streamwood Wednesday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
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Corinne Hildebrandt scored an unassisted goal and Delaney Kelleher scored off an assist from Alena Ignate, both in the second half, as the South Elgin girls soccer team defeated Bartlett 2-0 Wednesday in the final round of pool play at the South Elgin tournament.

The Storm (5-0-1) will play for the championship of the tournament for the first time when they take on West Chicago at 3 p.m. today at Millennium Field in Streamwood.

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Jourdan Vaulkner made 4 saves in goal for South Elgin, and Amanda Lozada had 10 saves for Bartlett (3-4), which will play Streamwood at 1 p.m. today for third place.

Dundee-Crown 1, Elgin 0: Jill Weichmann's goal with 18:44 left in the first half lifted the Chargers to a win at the South Elgin tournament. Isabel Miranda had 5 saves in goal for D-C (1-4).

"We showed growth in the little things we've been talking about and practicing," said D-C coach Sebastian Falinski. "Hopefully we can build off this and show some consistency."

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