Published March 26, 2014
Chippewa Valley soccer tops Port Huron
By Thomas Franz firstname.lastname@example.org
It didn't take long for Chippewa Valley soccer to assert its dominance over visiting Port Huron on Wednesday night.
Chippewa raced out to a 4-0 lead in less than nine minutes prior to winning 8-0. Sophomore forward Allison Shaw scored four goals, three of which came during Chippewa's flurry in the opening moments of the game.
"I think she was a little mad at herself because she missed good opportunities last game against Dakota, but she can score," Chippewa coach Gerry Haggarty said of Shaw's efforts. "She can hit it and score from outside because she has a strong shot."
Gabby Devukaj scored twice for Chippewa, while Heather Johnson and Rosalia LoMedico each added a goal.
"I thought we played pretty good rebounding from Monday's loss (against Dakota), and I was pretty happy with the way we moved the ball," Haggarty said.
Chippewa moved to 1-1 on the season and will host Romeo on Friday, March 28. Port Huron is 0-1.
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