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A look at the top girls soocer players in the area this past season.
The diminutive King’s senior packed a powerful punch on the pitch.
Holy Names Academy blanked the Panthers, 2-0, in a game in which Snohomish never found its footing.
Four of six area teams won first-round matches Wednesday and advanced to the quarterfinals.
Fife defeated Archbishop Murphy 2-1 in double overtime, and Prairie blanked the Scots 3-0.
Nine girls soccer state championships in the past 10 years have been decided via shootout.
Down early, the Panthers rallied to win 4-3 and reached the 3A district finals.
The Warriors have allowed a league-best six goals in conference play and recorded 10 shutouts.
Gabriela Franco scored her first goal of the season to help the Timberwolves beat Lake Stevens 3-0.
Senior Trina Davis scored 4 goals and helped the Fijian National Team qualify for the OFC Nations Cup.
Both teams lose starting goalkeepers in the physical matchup between unbeaten Wesco 4A foes.
Despite being ‘the small fish in the pond,’ the Red Wolves are proving they can play with anybody.
The senior forward is a lifelong soccer player who is interested in becoming a dental hygienist.
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