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"I think Onalaska did a good job and we really couldn't take our eyes off their players," Adna coach
The rain caused a few adjustments for both teams and it took the powerhouse Adna offense -- which has now scored 22 goals through four games -- a while to get rolling.
"When we started getting going we had several missed opportunities with our shots," Aselton said, "but I can't be disappointed with how we played because everyone helped in the win."
Regyn Gaffney scored the first two goals of the game, while
After the break, Stajduhar scored two goals for herself before Gaffney finished her hat trick to complete the scoring.
Aselton noted the play of defenders
Adna (4-0 overall, 2-0 league) will host Central 2B League foe Toledo on Thursday, while Onalaska will host Ocosta the same day.
Woodland Gets Past W.F. West in Second Half, 4-1
Things were going well for W.F. West for 50 minutes, but Woodland heated up offensively to score three unanswered goals and come away with a 4-1 nonleague victory Wednesday night in
"We did well. I think we just have to communicate a little more and then we'll be alright," W.F. West coach
Woodland opened up the game with a sixth-minute goal from a corner kick, but W.F. West tied things up in the 29th minute on a Neirida Soto goal off a
Woodland scored the go-ahead goal in the 53rd minute and added insurance scores in the 60th and 77th minute.
W.F. West (1-5) will host its first Evergreen 2A Conference game of the season today against Black Hills.
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