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Girls soccer/Friday's Fox Valley roundup

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St. Edward defeated Larkin and Genoa-Kingston 5-0 in each game in the Green Wave's tournament at Greg True Field Friday.

Larkin (1-12-1) finished 0-2 for the day after a 1-0 loss to Genoa-Kingston.

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Streamwood 5, Harvest Christian 0: Tawny Carroll scored 4 goals and registered 1 assist in the Sabres' win over the Lions at the St. Edward tournament. Vanessa Campos scored Streamwood's other goal while Alondra Blanco sprayed across 2 assists. Lauren Schiferl and Karina Nevarez each had 1 assist. Nathalie Guindon made 2 saves in net and Sydney Doby stopped 8 shots for Harvest.

Harvest Christian 2, Westminster Christian 0: Morgan Lockwood had an assist and a goal and Ellie Burzlaff notched an assist in the Lions' shutout that helped them earn a split at the St. Edward tournament. Doby managed 2 saves for Harvest (6-2) while Savannah Dutcher had as many saves for the Warriors.

Westminster Christian 0, Streamwood 0: Nathalie Guindon stopped 2 shots and Dutcher made 11 stops as both Streamwood (3-8-2) and Westminster (5-4-1) tied in 40 minutes of action at the St. Edward tournament.

Rockford Christian 1, Burlington Central 0: After a 14-goal win on Thursday over Harvard, the Rockets (5-4-2, 4-1-1) dropped their first Big Northern East game of the season. Abbi Ciganek had 6 saves in net in the loss.

Glenbard West 3, Dundee-Crown 2: Franki Scarpelli and Jen Letheby rallied the Chargers (2-5-3) from a 2-0 deficit with goals each in the second half but D-C scored on its own goal to drop its opener at the Lake Park Tournament. Isabel Miranda made 7 saves for the Chargers and Taylor Gonia accounted for 5 as well.

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