Varsity Girls Soccer

Palo Alto 1, Santa Clara 1

Date of competition: Friday, January 3, 2014

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The Palo Alto girls started their 2014 soccer season with a 1-1 deadlock with visiting Santa Clara (2-2-1) on Friday evening. The first half was a well-played defensive battle as Palo Alto had more shots on goal, led by Katie Foug with three while Santa Clara’s best chance came 14 minutes in when Shaelan Murison shot one that went just over the bar. But neither team gave up a goal. The Vikings came out a little more aggressive in the second half, getting more shots than Santa Clara. but it wasn’t until Katherine Shan earned a corner kick that resulted in Paly's Jacey Pederson finding the near post for the first score of the match with 15 minutes remaining. That woke the Bruins up as they scored three minutes later on a throw in that Paly couldn’t get cleared from the box. Kelsee Katsanes fielded a rebound and kicked it in to tie the match at 1-1. Palo Alto had several more good runs, but couldn’t get anything in. Paly goalie Sara Lim had five saves on the night.

posted by Palo Alto Athletics on Jan 3, 2014 at 10:25 pm

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Jan 6, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Palo Alto's Katie Foug (right) battles for control during a 1-1 tie with Santa Clara. Photo by Al Chang.

Palo Alto's Olivia Musil challenges a Santa Clara player during a nonleague tie on Friday night. Photo by Al Chang.

Palo Alto's Talia Malchin chases down a loose ball during the Vikings' 1-1 tie with Santa Clara. Photo by Al Chang.
 
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