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Girls soccer: Fox Valley roundup Tuesday, April 29

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St. Edward 4, ACC 0: Alex Zeller scored twice as the Green Wave (16-2-0, 6-0-0) won their ninth straight in this Suburban Christian contest. Megan Kearney and Natalie McQueen added goals for St. Edward, with Corey Lepoudre, Casey Gredzieleski, Monica Ramirez and Kendall Rugebregt each notching an assist. Paige Dykstra had 4 saves in goal.

CL South 1, Cary-Grove 0: Alex Slavelis had the game-winning goal in the second half as the Gators (10-2-2 overall) remained unbeaten at 3-0 in the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division. Jaclyn Przybylski had 5 saves for Crystal Lake South.

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St. Charles North 7, Streamwood 0: Nathalie Guindon had 10 saves for Streamwood (5-10-2, 1-3) in this Upstate Eight River loss.

Harvest Christian 5, Christian Liberty 1: Ellie Burzlaff scored twice to lead the Lions to a Northeastern Athletic Conference win. Morgan Lockwood had a goal and an assist, Sydney Doby a goal and 3 assists and Alex Rayappa a goal for Harvest (8-5-0, 4-0-0). Rachel Oostdyk made 6 saves in goal.

Westminster Christian 4, IMSA 1: Lindsey Vanden Bos and Liz Meschewski each had 2 goals for the Warriors in the NAC. Alexa Pederson and Whitney Woodhouse added assists. Savannah Dutcher had 3 saves for Westminster (7-6-1, 3-1).

Prairie Ridge 6, Jacobs 1: Kyra Blankenship had the only goal for Jacobs (3-10-0, 0-2-0) in this FVC Valley loss.

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