Lions pull away from Raiders in NPSL Olympic Division girls soccer

  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017 8:26am
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Lily Lavine scored two second-half goals, sparking Auburn Mountainview to a 4-1 victory over Thomas Jefferson in an North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls soccer match Thursday night.

Senior Sydney Carter score a goal to even it up at 1-1 at halftime for the Lions (7-4, 7-5-1) .

Lavine then added two goals followed by a goal from sophomore Addison Jones, giving the Lions a 4-1 cushion.

Haley Secrest, Emily Guiton and Andrea Guiton had assists. Jaelynn Ramsay made three saves and went the distance in goal for the Lions.

Hailey Still, a 28-goal scorer this season, found the net for the Raiders (8-3-1, 8-3-1).

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