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  • Prep soccer roundup: Wildcats score Senior Night win

  • The Blue Springs girls soccer team took an early blow Monday, but recovered in time to secure a Senior Night victory.

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  • The Blue Springs girls soccer team took an early blow Monday, but recovered in time to secure a Senior Night victory.
    Platte County scored the first goal in Monday’s match at Blue Springs High School, but the Wildcats came back with two goals from Shilah Rainey and another from Brittany Aubuchon to earn the 3-2 decision.
    Rainey tied the contest at 1-all off a header on an assist from Gabi Severens before Platte County took a 2-1 lead with 11 minutes left in the first half. The Wildcats (7-5) tied it again in the second half as Rainey found Aubuchon for a score and then Rainey added the game-winning goal with eight minutes left as Beka Lowery notched the assist.
    BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1, RAYMORE-PECULIAR 0: By now, Blue Springs South knows the blueprint.
    For the ninth time this season, the Jaguars won via shutout by downing host Raymore-Peculiar in a Suburban Big Six Conference match Monday.
    Sarah Freiermuth scored the match’s lone goal off an assist from Mollie Maupin in the 48th minute.
    “It has been the blueprint,” South coach Todd Findley said. “This was a great defensive battle. Our young defenders are just battling out there.”
    Kylie Young registered the shutout in net as the Jags improved to 9-5-1 and 4-4 in conference.
    RAYTOWN 1, FORT OSAGE 0: Jessica Bradley’s goal in the fifth minute stood up for a Suburban Middle Seven victory over host Fort Osage Monday night.
    “We played decently,” Fort Osage coach Andrew Fletcher said. “We allowed Raytown (6-4, 9-11) to score early and they are really good defensively. It was disappointing.”
    Fort Osage (9-8-1, 6-4) fell to Belton 4-2 Friday night. Zoe Bedsworth scored both Fort Osage goals. Belton led 4-0 at halftime.
    PARK HILL 8, TRUMAN 0: The Patriots managed just one shot on goal in Monday’s Suburban Middle Six defeat.
    BARSTOW 7, VAN HORN 0: Visiting Barstow used a 6-0 halftime lead to set up a victory Monday.
    “We fought hard,” Van Horn coach Taisha Newcomer said. “We were missing five players who were either sick or hurt.”
    Van Horn is 8-9 with one game remaining before next week’s district play.
     
     
     

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