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CHS Girls Soccer Roundup

Bruins score first goals in loss at Kalama

Woodland handed Columbia High its fourth Trico Division defeat and fifth overall, winning last Thursday's match at CHS Stadium, 4-0.

The Beavers scored all four of their goals in the first half.

At Kalama 4, Columbia High 2 --

CHS's Yurema Ramirez scored after a pass from Veronica Gonzalez in the 32nd minute to even the Sept. 23 Trico match at one goal apiece.

The Chinooks pulled away from a 1-1 halftime tie, tallying three goals in the second half.

Chani Weiler scored the Bruins' second goal on a penalty kick in the 89th minute.

Bruins Coach Amy Kasenga praised the play of midfielders Kelley McNallan, Ana Ortiz and Eloise Zimbelman.

Kelsey Kidd minded the CHS goal in the first half, making 6 saves while allowing one goal. Avary Trosper had 7 saves in second-half relief.

At Stevenson 8, Columbia High 0 --

With three players sitting due to suspension and five more sidelined with injuries, the Bruins struggled in the beginning stages of their Sept. 18 match at Carson.

The Bulldogs scored five goals in the first half against CHS goalkeeper Casey McGray, who finished with 11 saves.

La Center 2, at Columbia High 0 --

The Wildcats broke a scoreless tie Sept. 16 with a goal in the 60th minute of play.

Bruins Coach Amy Kasenga said La Center's second goal came on a "no call" by the referees that caused goalie Kelsey Kidd to lose possession of the ball from a dangerous high kick by a La Center forward.

Kasenga cited the play of Kidd (17 saves) and solid defense as the keys to Columbia's "tough play."


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