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Girls soccer/Fox Valley roundup

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Down 1-0 at halftime, the Bartlett girls soccer team scored twice in the second half Tuesday to beat East Aurora 2-1 in Upstate Eight Conference play at Millennium Field.

"The first half started slow and as a result we were down 1-0 early," said Hawks' coach Heather Thomas. "At halftime we made some adjustments and got two quick goals at the start of the second half."

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Those goals came from Lindsey Rockensock and Jorie Dombrowski, who assisted on Rockensock's goal.

Amanda Lozada had 7 saves in goal for Bartlett (5-4, 1-0).

Burlington Central 2, Rockford Christian 0: Cali Andrew score an unassisted goal and assisted on a score by Ellen Jayne, both in the second half, as the Rockets remained unbeaten on the season with this Big Northern East win. Taylor Martin had 2 saves in goal for Central (3-0, 1-0).

CL South 3, Hononegah 0: Bree Marshall had 2 goals and Bianca Miceli scored once to lead the Gators (1-1-1). Alexandra Romano added an assist for Crystal Lake South and Kylie Britten had 10 saves in goal.

CL Central 4, Dundee-Crown 3: Jillian Weichmann scored twice and Franki Scarpelli added a goal for Dundee-Crown in this Fox Valley Conference loss. Isabel Miranda had 3 saves in goal for the Chargers.

Huntley 1, Belvidere North 0: Taryn Jakubowski scored the only goal of the game unassisted in the 80th minute as Huntley (4-1-1) won this nonconference game. Kelli Rubino had 2 saves in goal for the Red Raiders.

Hampshire 2, Belvidere 1: Alex Zeller scored both goals for the Whip-Purs in their season-opening win. Krista Balisteri and Lexi Maze added assists for the Whip-Purs and Ari Rominski had 6 saves in goal.

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