Lions move into second; Ravens roll | NPSL girls soccer

  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017 8:26am
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Auburn Mountainview shut down Todd Beamer 2-0 in a North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls soccer match at Federal Way on Tuesday night.

Andrea Guiton fed Sydney Carter for her 10th goal of the season, second most in the league, early in the first half. Halfway through the second half, Chloe Baquain scored the second goal for the Lions, who were able to keep the Titans scoreless with strong defense and saves from goalkeeper Jaelynn Ramsay.

With the win Auburn Mountainview (9-4-0 Olympic, 9-5-1 overall) jumped over Beamer (8-4-1, 8-5-2) into third place in the division race.


At Auburn Riverside 4, Federal Way 0: Freshman Kailee James scored a hat trick, powering the Ravens (6-5-2, 8-5-2) past the Eagles (1-12, 2-13) in NPSL Olympic Division play Tuesday.

Talia Samuelson had the other goal and an assist.

Bella Reckling, a sophomore, posted the shutout.

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