Varsity Girls Soccer

Menlo-Atherton 2, Palo Alto 1

Date of competition: Thursday, December 5, 2013

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Menlo-Atherton defeated host Palo Alto, 2-1, in a nonleague girls’ soccer match on a cold Thursday evening. The Bears (1-0-1) took the lead in the 10th minute when junior Amanda Wiseman headed in the first corner kick of the game from sophomore Kelsey Reed. Paly equalized in the 17th minute when sophomore Nika Woodfill was able to finish a shot from junior Aoi Sugihara after it deflected off junior keeper Jaqueline Foody's first save attempt. Deadlocked at halftime, M-A broke the tie when senior Cayla Stillman converted a penalty kick for the go-ahead goal. Despite a strong attack from Paly in the second half that forced Foody to make six more saves, the M-A defense -- anchored by seniors Julia Stoner and Kelley Eason along with sophomores Reed and Jordan Olesen -- held tight to seal the victory.
Nonleague
Menlo-Atherton 1 1 -- 2
Palo Alto 1 0 -- 1
M-A -- Wiseman (K. Reed); Stillman (penalty kick)
PA -- Woodfill (A. Sugihara)
Records: Menlo-Atherton 1-0-1; Palo Alto 0-2

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Paly's Aoi Sugihara battles M-A's Cayla Stillman (18) for control during Thursday's nonleague win by M-A. Photo by Al Chang.

Paly's Aoi Sugihara controls the ball between M-A's Amanda Wiseman (left) and Sasha Geonzon (12) during Thursday's match. Photo by Al Chang.

Palo Alto's Juilia Kwasnick and M-A's Amanda Wiseman (20) get tangled up during the Bears' 2-1 nonleague win Thursday. Photo by Al Chang.

Nika Woodfill (11) is congratulated by Aoi Sugihara after scoring Paly's goal in the first half. Photo by Al Chang.
 
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