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Girls soccer/Fox Valley roundup

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St. Charles North 1, Huntley 0: With the game a dead heat going into the final minutes, St. Charles North broke through and handed the Red Raiders (9-4) a loss at the PepsiCo Showdown. Jessica Galason finished with 2 saves in goal.

Burlington Central 0, Fenwick 0: The Rockets (3-3-2) drew a tie after 80 minutes of action as they could not get one by Fenwick at the PepsiCo Showdown. Abbi Ciganek had 8 saves on the night to keep the draw alive.

Dundee-Crown 3, Lake Park 3: The Chargers (2-3-2) were unable to make a 2-1 halftime lead stick, settling for a draw against host Lake Park at the Lake Park Tournament. Alyssa Moreno scored twice, once unassisted, along with Franki Scarpelli. Alexis Lewis and Ashley Raby added assists. Keeper Isabel Miranda finished with 6 saves.

Hampshire splits a pair: Playing at the DeKalb Tournament on Saturday afternoon, the Whip-Purs (2-5) beat Hinckley-Big Rock 3-2, but fell to Yorkville 2-0 later in the day. Katie Kochanski and Laurie Kochanski both scored, with Lexie Maze assisting on both and capturing a goal herself. Kaila Kienzler had 4 saves in the first half while Katie came in the second and finished with 3 saves against Hinckley. In the second game, the Whip-Purs could not use their momentum gathered to eke out the second win, going down 2-0 in the first half. Switching roles, Kochanski had 14 saves in the first half, with Kienzler finishing the day with 10 saves.

Larkin 2, Belvidere 2: Samantha Moreno scored twice but the Royals (1-7-1) could not hold the lead, tying with Belvidere at home in nonconference action. Both of Moreno's goals were assisted by Jaci Bridgers, while teammate Alejandra Villagomez had 5 saves in goal.

Immaculate Conception 4, Westminster Christian 1: The Warriors could get no closer after drawing even at the half, falling at home in nonconference play. Liz Meschewski was assisted by Alexa Pederson for the lone goal. Keeper Savannah Dutcher was able to make 12 saves.

Latin 10, Elgin Academy 0: Despite 10 saves by sophomore keeper Kaleigh Richetti, the Hilltoppers still fell in Independent School League play. Latin led by 7 at the half.

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