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Stevenson blanks Zion-Benton

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Jenna Weiner scored twice and added an assist, and Stevenson's girls soccer team shut out visiting Zion-Benton 6-0 in North Suburban Lake Division action Thursday.

Blake Klinsky had a goal and an assist. Stevenson (1-2-1, 1-1) also got goals from Sarah Putwen, Rachel Blumenthal and Anne Geocaris. Kya Suzuki, Megan Petrick, Emma Jaeger and Carolyn Briggs added assists.

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Keepers Cori Calcaterra (1 save) and Maddy Boutros (2) shared the shutout.

Mundelein 1, Lake Forest 1: Megan Carroll scored the game-tying goal with about 20 minutes left, as the visiting Mustangs earned a tie in North Suburban Lake play.

Cristy Nambo earned the assist for Mundelein (3-0-2, 1-0-1).

Mustangs keeper Brooke Dennis made 4 saves.

Lakes 3, Wauconda 1: The Eagles led the North Suburban Prairie Division opener 2-0 at half on goals by Megan Soderlund and Brianna Rosales.

Nicole D'Ambrose added the third goal for Lakes (1-1, 1-0). Alyssa Brey, Kim Messner and Mikaela Brown all had assists.

Lakes keeper Kara Jones made 8 saves.

Maddi Granada scored the lone goal for Wauconda (0-2, 0-1). Bulldogs keeper Kimmi Bower made 17 saves.

Vernon Hills 7, Round Lake 0: Kristen Guglielmi scored the first two goals, both assisted by Kaitlin Gramins, as the Cougars shut out the Panthers and improved to 2-3-1.

Vernon Hills also got goals from Gramins, Haley Lieberman, Katherine Brettman, Heidi VanderBloomer and Erin VanDemerkt. Lieberman and Brettman also had 1 assist apiece.

Crystal Lake Central 4, Grayslake Central 0: Rachel Effa and Kajal Chokshi combined for 7 saves for the Rams.

Jacobs 3, Grayslake North 0: Grayslake North keeper Megan Davis made 6 saves.

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