Spartans blanked in girls soccer

  • Monday, October 9, 2017 10:49am
  • Sports

BAINBRIDGE – Holy Names Academy scored twice in the first half, and twice in the second, to beat Bainbridge 4-0 in girls varsity soccer Tuesday at BHS Memorial Stadium.

The Spartans will have a chance for revenge against the Cougars, but it will come late. The two teams will meet for their second game of the season on Oct. 19 in Seattle, the last match of the regular season for BHS.

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