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Girls soccer has a win and a tie on the road

Girls soccer co-captain Katie Rorem is stride-for-stride with her Hazen High School opponent.  - Brendan Rorem/Special to the Reporter
Girls soccer co-captain Katie Rorem is stride-for-stride with her Hazen High School opponent.
— image credit: Brendan Rorem/Special to the Reporter

On Sept. 10, the Islander girls soccer team took on the Rough riders at Roosevelt High School. The Islanders won the game 1-0, with a goal scored by Sylvie Dornay in the 37th minute.

Goalkeepers Hannah Paborsky, a junior, and freshman Bella Johnson were responsible for shutting out the Roughriders.

Game two for the Islanders was Sept. 12 at  Lake Washington High School. It ended with a 1-1 tie.

It was a tough battle against a League opponent, said Islanders coach Terry Ryan. Lake Washington scored first at the 67th minute, and the Islanders scored four minutes later in the 71st minute. The goal was scored by Suri Johnson with an assist by Mandy Wall.

 

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