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Boca Raton defeats Atlantic 8-0, still unbeaten in girls soccer


Boca Raton 8, Atlantic 0: Stephanie Dodson and Quinn Knapp each kicked in two goals, Kendra Cashion, Emilie Pouleriguen, Gabi Santora and Hailey Skiff scored one each, and goalies Jane Nordhagen and Ali Ward combined for their 10th shutout of the season as the Bobcats (11-0) remained undefeated, steamrolling past the Eagles in Delray Beach.

West Boca Raton 9, Pompano Beach-Blanche Ely 0: Kelsey Clark scored two goals, Arianna Wittig had one goal and one assist and goalie Julia Wheeler earned her first solo shutout of the season as the Bulls (5-3) blanked the Tigers in Boca Raton.

Olympic Heights 8, Fort Lauderdale-Dillard 0: Mikayla Comstock scored a pair of goals and goalie Victoria Barreto earned her eighth shutout of the season as the Lions (9-3-1) roared past the Panthers in Fort Lauderdale.

Spanish River 7, Deerfield Beach 0: Isabella Santini scored five goals and credit goalie Sai Rich for her seventh shutout of the season as the Sharks (9-2) blanked the Bucks in Deerfield Beach.


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