Bainbridge spanks Ingraham in girls soccer

SEATTLE - An offensive explosion from the Bainbridge girls soccer team shattered Ingraham 9-0 in a Metro League contest late last week.

Bainbridge scored four goals over the span of six minutes to put the Rams away in the lopsided victory, and four Spartans scored twice in the contest.

Celia Story got the offense rolling for the Spartans. She scored in the 24th minute off a pass from Riley Gregoire.

Gregoire nailed the net next for BHS, and put the Spartans ahead 2-0 in the 27th minute with an assist from Celia Story.

The next two goals came courtesy of leading scorer Natalie Vukic, and the back-to-back scores came in the 28th and 30th minutes, the first with an assist from Claire Marcum, and the second off a pass from Gregoire.

Ellie Cowan joined the Spartans’ point parade in the 36th minute after netting a pass from Charlotte Rosen.

Gregoire scored again in the 39th minute (Katherine Pecora assist) as Bainbridge led, 6-0.

Story earned her second goal of the night in the 52nd minute after a pass from Ali Snare.

Annie Casey scored the final two goals for Bainbridge, in the 58th and 64th minutes.

BHS goalkeeper Deahna King finished with another shutout for the Spartans.

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