NCS GIRLS SOCCER
Petaluma beats Sonoma Valley to advance
Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 5:07 p.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 5:07 p.m.
Petaluma High School earned the right to play on in North Coast Section girls soccer Wednesday. Casa Grande and St. Vincent, after first-round byes, jump into the fray with a home matches Saturday.
Petaluma (11-3-1) defeated Sonoma Valley (6-7), 3-1, in its Division 1 opening game with Ami Keen, Olivia Stewart and McKenzie Maher providing Petaluma goals, with assists from Marissa Bordessa and Nikki Elliott.
The Lady Trojans play at Montgomery Saturday night at 7 p.m. against the third-seeded Lady Vikings (15-6-1).
Casa Grande (12-6), the No. 4 seed is at home Saturday against No. 5 seed Analy (13-4-1). Both teams received first-round byes.
In other Wednesday games, Windsor won over Arcata, 1-0, in overtime and Rancho Cotate conquered Fortuna, 2-1.
In addition to the big games involving Casa Grande and Petaluma on Saturday, Windsor plays Maria Carrillo at Elsie Allen and Rancho Cotate plays at Cardinal Newman.
In Division 3 games on Wednesday, St. Helena handled Fort Bragg, 4-1; Clear Lake shut out Ferndale, 4-0; and Roseland University Prep took care of Technology, 1-0.
In addition to St. Vincent's 2 p.m. home game against Calistoga on Saturday, St. Helena plays at Middletown, Clear Lake is at Cloverdale and Roseland University Prep plays at Sonoma Academy.
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