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Vikings strike a big number in girls soccer

 

Six different players scored and the Palo Alto girls soccer team went on to beat visiting Capuchino, 7-0, in a nonleague match Monday.

The Vikings (4-0) scored their most goals in a game since netting eight against Milpitas on Jan. 13. Emily Tomz scored twice.

Senior Tess Preising and freshman Chloe Japic have each scored at least one goal in every game thus far.

Palo Alto, which has outscored its opponents by a 17-1 margin this year, hosts El Camino-South San Francisco at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Ally Scheve, Reilly Filter, Talia Malchin also scored.

Caleigh Page recorded a goal and assist and Pinewood played host Mills to a 2-2 draw in nonleague girls soccer action Monday.

The Panthers (2-1-1) host James Lick on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Boys soccer

Priory dropped a 5-1 nonleague match to visiting Neuva on Monday.

The Panthers (1-1) play Summit Prep at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Woodside High.

Rick Eymer

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