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CV wraps up at least tie in GSL girls soccer

Sara Grozdanich assisted on the first goal and scored the second Wednesday as Central Valley wrapped up at least a tie for the Greater Spokane League girls soccer title with a 4-0 win over visiting North Central.

Holly Miller, Savannah Hoekstra and Kasey Ames also scored for the Bears, who are 11-2 overall and 7-1 in league, with 21 points. Gonzaga Prep (12-2) is also 7-1 in league, but the Bullpups have 18 points and can do no better than tie CV when the regular season ends Friday.

CV defeated G-Prep 6-0 when the teams met Oct. 5, one of eight shutouts for the Bears this season.

Also in the league, Hannah Caudill assisted on two first-half goals to fuel G-Prep’s 6-1 win at Rogers. The Pirates (0-9, 0-8) led after Kelsie Graves’ score at 24 minutes. … Sarah Nanny converted Sarah Barrentine’s crossing pass early in the second half and Sienna Tanner punched away a late header opportunity as Lewis and Clark (13-2, 6-2, 18 points) held off visiting Ferris 2-1 at Hart Field. The Saxons (5-6, 3-5, nine points) scored first on an own goal when LC’s missed a clearing attempt. Madeline Talarico’s free kick from 30 yards tied the match in the fourth minute. … Kara Marbury scored at 78 minutes to force overtime and also scored during a 4-2 shootout as Mead (10-3, 5-3, 15 points) posted a 2-1 win over Mt. Spokane (7-5, 4-4, 14 points). Alyssa Lloyd’s goal at 45 minutes stood up for the Wildcats until the last 2 minutes. Mead goalkeeper Taylor Gail made a key save during the shootout, when Kylie Drynan, Amanda Van Wormer and Martha Heaps also scored for the Panthers. … Shayla Weiler had one goal and one assist, and Lexi Clark scored twice as University (5-3, 5-3, 16 points) posted a 4-1 win over visiting Shadle Park (5-8, 2-6) to take over the top spot among 3A teams.

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