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Kruk takes all-time scoring lead at St. Edward

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St. Edward 5, Montini 0: Allison Kruk eclipsed a major St. Edward soccer milestone as her second goal in a Suburban Christian Conference win marked her as the all-time leading goal scorer in Green Wave girls soccer history with 51. Corey Lepoudre and Chelsea Gnan both scored once and assisted twice for St. Edward (5-1, 2-0) while Jessica Puguirre chipped in a goal and Monica Ramirez assisted. Paige Dykstra recorded her third shutout in net with 4 saves.

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Burlington Central 10, North Boone 0: Cali Andrew recorded a hat trick in both the goal and assist department in a Big Northern East win. Tatiana Reynoso and Brittany Bourdage registered 1 goal and 1 assist each for the Rockets (3-0-1, 2-0-1). Ellen Jayne, Ashley Ahrens, Abbigail Ciganek, Jessica Marchetti, Alyssa Messina all chipped with goals and Anna McMahon, Rachael Griffin and Miranda Coombs had 1 assist each.

Streamwood 7, Addison Trail 1: Tawny Carroll led the Sabres (1-5-1) with 4 goals and 2 assists for Streamwood's first win of the season in nonconference action. Freshman Alondra Blanco netted 2 goals and 1 assist, Karina Nevarez added a goal and both Hannah McGlone and Lauren Schiferl each had 1 assist. Nathalie Guindon collected 2 saves in net.

Huntley 6, Hampshire 0: The Red Raiders (7-2) cruised to a Fox Valley Conference crossover victory over rival Hampshire (1-2). Taryn Jakubowski scored twice and assisted on Samantha Bessey's second goal. Rachel Zobott and Autumn Maraviglia each scored and Maraviglia, Abigail Nordeen, McKenna Moffett and Alyssa Kaufman all had 1 assist each.

Elgin 2, Proviso East 0: Bopha Travis and Stephanie Perez each scored a goal and Jenny Lopez garnered an assist in the Maroons' nonconference victory. Elgin (2-2) goalkeeper Hannah Demel had 3 saves in net.

Metea Valley 4, South Elgin 1: Savanah Uveges put the Storm ahead 1-0 before the half but the Mustangs scored 4 unanswered goals, including 2 from Alena Sidwell in the second half to break South Elgin's undefeated streak. Jordan Vaulkner had 8 saves in net for the Storm (7-1, 2-1), who played on grass for the first time this season.

Harvest Christian 3, Larkin 1: Behind Ellie Burzlaff's 2 goals, the Lions (2-0) managed to defeat the Royals in nonconference play. Morgan Lockwood scored the first Harvest goal while Carol Kauffman, Baylee Blackburn and Ariel Thome all assisted. In the cage, Sydney Doby stopped 8 Larkin shots.

Westminster Christian 4, Keith Country Day 0: The Warriors improved to 3-0 and 1-0 in Northeastern Athletic action behind 2 goals from Whitney Woodhouse. Liz Meschewski scored 1 goal, 1 assist and also stopped 3 shots in net in the second half. Amanda Spurlock also scored on a feed from Aleksa Pederson.

Crystal Lake South 7, Woodstock North 0: Another dominant performance for the Gators scoring wise gave CLS (2-2-1) its second straight win in FVC crossover action. Kimmy Sulikowski forged a hat trick and 1 assist, Alexandra Siavelis came 1 goal shy of one herself and Alex Romano managed 2 assists. Bianca Miceli assisted as well and Bree Marshall scored once.

Cary-Grove 2, Crystal Lake Central 0: Carli Petersen and Emma Baker found the back of the goal in the second half during the Trojans' FVC crossover win. C-G (4-3-1) received 6 saves from keeper Morgan Olsen and both Genna Sobieszczyk and Abby Glaysher tallied assists.

Grayslake North 4, Dundee-Crown 1: The Chargers (2-2) fell behind early in a FVC crossover loss. But Payton De Luga scored on an assist from Alyssa Moreno with 22 minutes left on the clock.

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