Woodside’s Elise Evans, who will participate in at Stanford in the drop, recorded an assist in Thursday’s gain more than Burlingame. Picture taken May 4, 2021 by Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_photo.
Sequoia’s Aminah Evans scored on a cost-free kick. Image taken Jan. 4, 2022 by Rick Eymer.
M-A’s Valerie Latu-Nava scored from Aragon. Photo taken Dec. 18, 2021 by Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_image.
Kaitlyn Ryan and Sofia Bellver-Ayman every single scored and the Woodside girls soccer staff remained undefeated on the period, beating host Burlingame 2- in a Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division contest Thursday.
Stanford-certain Elise Evans and Rachel Mull just about every recorded helps for the Wildcats (10-, 2-), who have played fewer league games (with Aragon) than any other team in the PAL owing to postponements.
Woodside, which recorded its seventh shutout, reached the semifinals of the Central Coast Segment Open Division match very last period, where by it missing to eventual winner Mitty, 2-1, in overtime.
Burlingame entered the game with an over-all 9-1 report (2- in league).
The Wildcats host Sequoia at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.