Ravens capture second straight league title; playoffs next

  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 5:43pm
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Payton Miller scored twice and eight other players added a goal as Auburn Riverside routed Decatur 10-0 to wrap up the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls soccer title Tuesday night.

The Ravens (12-1-1 league , 14-1-1 overall) secured their second straight NPSL Olympic championship.

Kiana Gutierrez, Kayla Rydberg, Nike Ibana, Sydney Wate, Stephanie Igwala, Addie Saarenas, Jasmine Williams and Emma Lane also scored for the Ravens. Gutierrea and Rydberg each had two assists.

Bella Reckling posted the shutout in goal for the Ravens.

Auburn Riverside takes on Tahoma (13-2-1), the NPSL Cascade champion, in a league playoff, district seeding match at 3 p.m. Saturday at Enumclaw.

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