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Waunakee girls soccer shuts out Middleton

Published On: May 06 2013 09:50:38 PM CDT
Updated On: May 06 2013 11:17:47 PM CDT
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Paulo Whitaker / Reuters

WAUNAKEE -

The Waunakee girls soccer team got off to a quick start and defeated Middleton in Waunakee Monday night, 3-0.

The Warriors wasted no time as Samantha Murray scored in the second minute to give Waunakee a 1-0 lead. They added two more goals in the second half.

Waunakee moved its record to 7-1-1 this season. Middleton dropped to 6-5-2.

Waunakee is ranked second in the state in Division One in the latest Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Poll.

 

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