Lily Hart and Riley Zucker got the rest of the job done, each scoring unassisted in the second half.
"In the first half, Glacier Peak controlled the game, particularily in the midfield," said Mountlake Terrace head coach Evan Hatch. "They were able to create a lot of scoring opportunities."
Because Aversano was able to keep things scoreless, it gave the Hawks a chance to continue their unbeaten streak.
"We changed our formation (in the second half), it seemed to help Mountlake Terrace get more scoring opportunities," Hatch said.
Just after halftime, one of those scoring opportunities paid off. Hart took the ball around the outside down by the corner, got past a couple of defenders on the goal line and slotted it past the keeper to the far post. Five minutes later Zucker was able to clean up a loose ball near the Grizzlies' goal with a header to make it 2-0.
At Lynnwood H.S.
Goals--Lily Hart (MT), Riley Zucker (MT). Assists--none. Goalkeepers--Glacier Peak: Emilie Pedersen. Mountlake Terrace: Amanda Aversano. Records--Glacier Peak 0-1-0 league, 1-2-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-0-0, 4-0-0.
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