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Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012, 10:26 p.m.

Prep girls soccer: Snohomish 3, Monroe 0

SNOHOMISH -- Taylor Morrell and Ellie Otteson each scored goal early in the first half and the Panthers clinched a second straight Wesco 4A North Division title with a win over Monroe.
"We're not done, this is not our ultimate goal," said Snohomish head coach April VanAssche. "But it's fun to defend (our title) with such a young team and shows the kind of leadership our veteran players have provided."
Morrell scored in the ninth minute from a Morgan Green assist and Kaytlin Willis setup Otteson five minutes later to give the Panthers a two-goal cushion. Green added the third goal in the 80th minute and overall, Snohomish outshot the Bearcats 27-4.
At Snohomish H.S.
Goals--Taylor Morrell (S), Ellie Otteson (S), Morgan Green (S). Assists--Green, Kaytlin Willis (S), Brooke Pingrey (S). Goalkeepers--Monroe: Sydney Day. Snohomish: Taylor Knapinski. Records--Monroe 5-6 league, 5-7-1 overall. Snohomish 8-2-1, 9-3-1.

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Story tags » Monroe High SchoolSnohomish High SchoolHigh School Soccer

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