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Girls soccer: Bucs, Eagles shut down Wolfpack

 

Like Klahowya needed any more of an advantage.

The host Eagles used their speed to knock off Sequim's girls soccer squad on Sept. 28 at Silverdale Stadium, getting three scores in each half of a 6-0 win to stay undefeated.

McKenzie Cook scored two of her three goals in the opening 25 minutes to lead Klahowya (9-0-0 overall).

On Sept. 25, Sequim (0-2-0 in Olympic League play, 2-4-2 overall) dropped a 2-0 decision to Kingston, giving up a score in each half.

Rebecca Tafte scored for the Bucs in the 18th minute and Katie Keller added the second at 51 minutes.

The Wolves were scheduled to host North Mason's Bulldogs on Oct. 2.

Sequim is at North Kitsap on Oct. 4 and hosts Olympic on Oct. 11.
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