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Knights hit double-digits at Monrovia

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

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Tylee Graverson had a goal and an assist for the Knights in Monday's win.
MONROVIA -- Finally a game that the Northview girls' soccer team could enjoy at the end without the tension of a one goal differential in the waning moments.

On Monday evening the Knights traveled to Monrovia and put together an offensive barrage in winning 15-1.

Northview's offense has been building offensive pressure over the course of the season and it finally exploded with just more than seven minutes to go in the first half.

The Knights held a 2-1 advantage nearing halftime against the Bulldogs when the cap blew and the goals came pouring out in bunches. Six goals in the final six minutes to be precise as Northview took an 8-1 lead before the break. The comfortable lead allowed coach Tony Alstott to get his subs extended playing time in the second half though the scoring didn't subside.

The Knights added another seven goals after halftime with nine different players getting in on the act including a hat trick by Ashley Woodcox and two goals apiece from both Lindsay and Jenny Woodcox. Ashley in fact also added three assists with Lindsay adding a pair of helpers as well. Jenny had one as well.

Charlie Greichgauer had two goals and two assists with two steals for the Knights and Cayla Yockey added a pair as well. Christina Arvin, Carlee Bell, Tylee Graverson and Stormi Raines all added single scores. Arvin and Graverson each had an assist.

Heather Foxx added two assists in the rout with Breanna Fagg adding one as well.

On defense, Abby Birkey and Tiffany Young each had two steals. Arvin, Foxx and Rachel Alstott all saw time in net for the Knights.

At Monrovia

Northview 15, Monrovia 1

Northview87-15
Monrovia10-1

Next Game: Northview hosts Edgewood this evening at 5 p.m.



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