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Girls soccer: Fox Valley roundup Thursday, May 8

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South Elgin 5, Maine West 1: Delaney Kelleher and Anna Tracy each poured in 1 goal and 1 assist to help lead the Storm (10-4-2) to a nonconference win. Jordan Vaulkner stopped 3 of the 4 shots sent her way and Ella Struwing had 2 assists. Corinne Hildebrandt, Caitlin Lange and Julie Greco each added goals as well.

Harvest Christian 7, Quad City Christian 0: Ariel Tohme scored twice for the Lions (10-6), who saw 5 other players notch goals in a nonconference win to end the regular season. Morgan Lockwood totaled 1 goal and 1 assist while Sydney Doby, Ellie Burzlaff, Ashlyn Floyd and Carol Kauffman all reached the back of the net. Alexandria Rayappa had 2 assists and Shyana Manusos, Aliyah Ellis and Lilli Abbatacola each delivered 1 assist. Keeper Rachel Oostdyk had 1 save in the shutout.

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Westminster Christian 1, Christian Liberty 0: The Warriors (9-8-1, 3-1) ended their regular season on a high note with a second-half goal from Whitney Woodhouse for a Northeastern Athletic win. Liz Meschewski had the lone assist and Savannah Dutcher made 5 saves in shoutout.

Cary-Grove 7, Dundee-Crown 0: Carli Petersen and Genna Sobieszczyk each tallied hat tricks in a dominant FVC Valley performance for the Trojans (9-6-1). Alex Airhart registered the other goal with 1 assist while Emma Baker had 2 assists. Sofie Immens, Ellie Baily and Katie Conner also had 1 assist each.

Grayslake Central 5, Hampshire 2: The Whip-Purs (3-11-1, 1-3) received penalty kicks from Catie Kochanski and Claudia Lazar but came up short in FVC Fox action. Keeper Kaila Kienzler accounted for 20 saves.

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