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Both the Fountain Valley and Estancia high school girls’ soccer teams are young this season ‘ Estancia plays South Pasadena at 9:30 a.m. and Palm Desert at 12:30 p.m.

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Both the Fountain Valley and Estancia high school girls’ soccer teams are young this season, and Class of 2018 graduates from both programs showed up to Tuesday’s nonleague match to root for their respective alma maters.

Former Barons center back Ally Bebout watched Fountain Valley compete, while former Estancia forward Lexi Osso and midfielder Tabytha Smith did the same for the Eagles. Osso and Smith, who were on the Santiago Canyon College women’s soccer team that won the California Community College Athletic Assn. state title on Sunday, passed the ball around at halftime.

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Clearfield girls soccer runs past Philipsburg-Osceola 7-1 | Sports

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Philipsburg-Osceola’s Madi Lucas (11) battles Clearfield’s Erika Frye for the ball during Thursday’s game. Lucas scored a goal for the Lady Mounties, but the Lady Bison picked up the 7-1 win.

Clearfield’s Emma Hipps controls the ball in front of P-O’s Schenley Farrell during the second half of Thursday’s game. Hipps had two goals and two assists in the Lady Bison’s 7-1 victory.

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Allegany-Limestone shines in 4-1 win over Pioneer | Sports

Allegany-Limestone’s Grace DeCapua (9) gets congratulated by teammate Alyssa Spring (2) after scoring a goal against Pioneer in the second half of a non-league girls soccer game Tuesday in Yorkshire.

YORKSHIRE ‘ The annual meeting of Allegany-Limestone and Pioneer often serves as late-season playoff preparation for each girls soccer power.

For the Gators, Tuesday night’s non-league matchup amounted to their best performance of the young season.

Last year’s Class C state champions won convincingly, 4-1, over a transitioning Panthers squad. Abbey Gardiner, Molly McClelland, Grace DeCapua and Alyssa Spring ‘ all juniors ‘ provided the scoring as A-L improved to 2-1 after opening with a 4-1 loss to Class A Hamburg and 9-1 triumph over Fredonia.

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McDowell blanks Bradford girls soccer | Sports

Bradford’s Chloe Shaw looks to settle the ball during the first half of Thursday’s game against McDowell. The Lady Owls fell to McDowell 4-0.

From the game’s opening whistle, it was easy to see why McDowell is the defending District 10 soccer champion.

The Lady Trojans scored 47 seconds into the game to set the tone for a 4-0 victory over ‘Bradford at Parkway Field on Thursday afternoon.

Kylee Cross added a tally just before the 10-minute mark to give McDowell a two-goal advantage, and the Trojans were able to control the pace and possession of the game the rest of the way.

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