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Girls soccer/Fox Valley roundup

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Jacobs 1, Plainfield East 0: Kyra Blankenship managed to score with 7 minutes left on the clock in a PepsiCo Showdown win. Talia Surges garnered the assist and Liz Foster accounted for 16 saves in net for Jacobs (3-7), which is 2-1 in tournament play.

Plainfield North 5, Burlington Central 0: In the PepsiCo Showdown, the Rockets (3-3-1) were unable to score against another larger school but a trio of goaltenders -- Ann Marie Hilton, Kim Plorin and Abby Ciganek -- combined for 20 saves.

Bartlett 2, Elgin 0: Mariela Alba and Kendra Videckis had goals for the Hawks (8-3-1, 1-2) in an Upstate Eight crossover win. Shelly Lyjak came away with an assist for Bartlett, which saw Tessa Jatczak stop 6 shots. Elgin (2-3, 0-2) goalkeeper Hannah Demel made 6 saves.

Harvest Christian 3, Westminster Christian 0: Sydney Doby scored on a penalty kick and made 5 saves in the cage to help Harvest (4-1, 1-0) to a Northeastern Athletic win over the rival Warriors (4-2, 2-1). Morgan Lockwood scored on a penalty kick as well and Ellie Burzlaff scored on a feed from Aliyah Ellis. Savannah Dutcher made 6 saves for Westminster.

Crystal Lake South 1, Woodstock 0: Brandie Minogue's goal in the first half held up for the Gators (5-2-1) in Fox Valley Conference crossover play. Alex Romano had the assist and Jaclyn Przybylski secured 4 saves.

Woodlands 6, Elgin Academy 0: Despite the loss, Kaleigh Richetti made 4 saves for the Hilltoppers (0-4), who trailed 3-0 at halftime.

Geneva 8, Streamwood 1: Vanessa Campos scored the only Sabre goal off a Tawny Carroll assist, as Streamwood (2-7-1) fell in UEC River action. Keeper Hannah McGlone made 12 saves.

McHenry 5, Hampshire 0: The Whip-Purs fell behind 2-0 at the half and couldn't muster a comeback in a Fox Valley crossover loss. Kaila Kienzler collected 17 saves.

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