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Inglemoor stays perfect with five-goal game | Prep girls soccer

The Inglemoor High School girls soccer team kept rolling Tuesday night, beating Garfield 5-0 at home.

Five different players scored for the Vikings.

Inglemoor got on the scoreboard at the five minute mark as Careena Alaoui scored off a pass from Abby Morrow. Alaoui returned the favor 10 minutes later by assisting Morrow in the team's second goal of the game.

The Vikings kept the pressure on, as Sam Podlucky scored an unassisted goal at the 17 minute mark and Alicia Barker took a pass from Emma Spenser during the 18th minute and put it into the back of the Bulldog net.

Erin Llamas also scored on a penalty kick for Inglemoor.

Camellia Clark and Natalie Diericks combined for the shutout in goal for the Vikings.

The win pushes Inglemoor's record to 5-0-1 overall, as the team will play at 3:30 p.m. at Pop Keeney Stadium against Skyline on Thursday.

 

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