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Examiner
  • Bears upend rival Indians

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  • The William Chrisman girls soccer team posted one of its biggest wins of the season.
    Allyssa Kyle scored off a Maggie Beem assist in the 64th minute to lift the Bears to a 1-0 Suburban Middle Seven upset victory over rival Fort Osage Monday night at Independence All-School Stadium.
    Chrisman goalkeeper Jordyn Atagi recorded the shutout.
    “The girls played with a lot of energy and composure,” Chrisman coach John Straub said after his team boosted its record to 7-10 overall and 3-7 in conference play.
    The loss damaged any hopes of a conference title for Fort Osage, which dropped to 11-8-2 and 7-3.
    Fort Osage was a 1-0 junior varsity winner.
    BLUE SPRINGS 2, PLATTE COUNTY 1: First-half goals by Morgan Hensley and Shilah Rainey stood up for the visiting Wildcats Monday night.
    “It was a fabulous win,” Blue Springs coach Doug McLagan said after his team improved to 11-5. “We are revving up for districts.”
    LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 2, LIBERTY 1: Lee's Summit North closed in on its fifth Suburban Big Six girls soccer title in six years with Friday's road win.
    Alexis Mitchell scored one goal and assisted on Hannah Bomar’s goal to help lift the Broncos, who improved to 13-5-2 overall and 7-1 in the conference.
    “It was a tightly fought match that featured several scoring chances (for us),” Broncos coach Ryan Kelley said. “We were able to get two goals.”
    Mitchell scored when her shot banged off the post to snap a 1-1 tie.
    “We tightened up defensively and were able to hold on for the victory,” Kelley said.

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