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Thursday, April 23, 2015


Broughton's women's soccer improved its record for the 2015 campaign to 10-1, 8-1 in Cap 8 play, by defeating Millbrook in a home fixture Wednesday night.  The Caps opened the scoring in the 13th minute when junior Wake Forest commit Lily Schneider buried a well-placed cross from sophomore Carly Black into the back of the Wildcats net.  Senior Allie Cutler, recently named to represent North Carolina in the annual Clash of the Carolinas, was called upon in the 22nd and 33rd minutes to save shots from the Millbrook arsenal.  Junior Julia Stevens almost put her side up by two goals, but her 38th minute shot off a cross from Schneider sailed just wide of, dare I say it, the old onion bag.  After halftime the Wildcats kept firing and the Caps' crossbar saved a near goal in the 50th minute.  Seven minutes later junior Campbell commit Kelly Ann Evans used her left foot to find the back of the net scoring the Caps' second goal with an assist by junior Emma Willard.  Willard, who worked hard the entire evening, finally found pay dirt in the 67the minute when she received a pass from senior Dakota Zuehlke and buried her shot for the final goal of the night.  The Caps return to action tonight at Leesville Road at 6:30.  The Pride are currently 6-4-1, 4-3-1 in Cap 8.

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