Girls soccer: Sturgeon Bay douses Blazers, 4-0

9:53 PM, May 7, 2013
Sevastopol/Gibraltar's Afton Greenwood, right, congratulates teammate Megan Stoneman after she tied the game at 2 against Roncalli Tuesday. Roncalli won 4-3 in overtime.
Sevastopol/Gibraltar's Afton Greenwood, right, congratulates teammate Megan Stoneman after she tied the game at 2 against Roncalli Tuesday. Roncalli won 4-3 in overtime.
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Sturgeon Bay got goals from four different players and shut out Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran, 4-0, Monday in a Packerland Conference high school girls soccer game in Sturgeon Bay.

Rachel Dugan and Wynnie Maravilla scored goals about three minutes apart midway through the first half, and the Clippers finished off the Blazers with second-half goals by Caroline Haen and Rachel Haight.

"The goals we scored were really nice goals," said Clippers coach Paul Lutze. "Very well executed. My son, Quinn, doesn't usually say much about our games, but he said afterward, 'Those goals were ...

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