Blue Springs girls soccer coach Doug McLagan said it’s OK to call it a winning streak.

Blue Springs girls soccer coach Doug McLagan said it’s OK to call it a winning streak.

The Wildcats won their second game in a row Thursday, downing visiting Notre Dame de Sion 2-0 for their second consecutive shutout.

Brittany AuBuchon scored on a free kick in the fifth minute to put Blue Springs on top and Bailey Hensley added another goal in the 65th minute.

“Defensively the girls were absolutely solid tonight,” McLagan said.

TRUMAN 3, LIBERTY NORTH 0: Truman scored all of its goals in the first half in prevailing at Liberty North.

Shayla Jochum, Amber Young and Marit Gjerde each scored goals and Lauren Franklin had two assists in leading Truman (9-7).

Keeper Maya Coen made six saves for the shutout.

WILLIAM CHRISMAN 2, WINNETONKA 1: Senior Karla Boese starred for William Chrisman.
She scored a unassisted goal in the 20th minute and then added the game-winning goal unassisted with one second remaining in the first 10-minute overtime.

“She had two great goals,” Chrisman coach John Straub said of Boese. “The second one came on a breakaway.”

Chrisman (6-8, 2-5) defeated Winnetonka (0-9 conference) by the 2-1 score for the second time this season.

“The girls persevered throughout the game,” Straub said.

STALEY 5, GRAIN VALLEY 2: Grain Valley will have to settle for third place in the Raytown/Raytown South Tournament.

Karly Jamison scored three goals in leading Staley to the semifinal victory.

“Tonight the Eagles were outmatched against a very strong Staley team,” Grain Valley coach Aleana Balistreri said. “Yet, the girls did not give up and managed to get in two late goals.”

The goals were by Nathalia Barr and Devan Fairfield in the final 16 minutes.

The Eagles play either Belton or Raytown for third place tonight.