WR girls blank Evergreen, finish 12-1-1 in league | MONDAY SOCCER

White River goals: Haylee Gunter 6:00 (Chloe Narolski assist); Alex Hatley 8:00 (Narolski); Shelby Stoeck 9:00 (unassisted); Narolski 19:00 (unassisted); Narolski 27:00 (unassisted); Annabelle Hall 30:00 (Zoe Grimm); Hall 31:00 (unassisted); Hall 48:00 (Alexis White); Emma Robbins 78:00 (Grace Clapshaw).

  • Tuesday, October 25, 2016 1:09pm
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GIRLS SOCCER

White River 9, Evergreen 0

October 24 at Mount Rainier H.S. (Des Moines)

White River goals: Haylee Gunter 6:00 (Chloe Narolski assist); Alex Hatley 8:00 (Narolski); Shelby Stoeck 9:00 (unassisted); Narolski 19:00 (unassisted); Narolski 27:00 (unassisted); Annabelle Hall 30:00 (Zoe Grimm); Hall 31:00 (unassisted); Hall 48:00 (Alexis White); Emma Robbins 78:00 (Grace Clapshaw).

Shutout: Ally Glebe, Autumn Nation.

White River record (final, regular season): 12-1-1 league, 13-1-2 overall.

 

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