Varsity Girls Soccer

Woodside 1, Palo Alto 0

Date of competition: Saturday, February 27, 2010

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In a Division I quarterfinal at Terra Nova High in Pacifica, No. 9 seed Palo Alto (9-9-2) played No. 1 Woodside tough before finally falling, 1-0. The Wildcats (18-0-3) scored in the 77th minute with Chelsea Braun providing the goal.

Paly played without starting keeper Alex Kershner, who was called up by the Olympic Development Program to represent the western region in a tournament in Portugal. Replacing Kershner was freshman Erin Chang, who played well in her first varsity start.

The match was the final one for Paly seniors Maeve Stewart, Kaitlyn Patterson, Erika Hoglund, Emily Yeates, Kelly Jenks, Sophie Cain and Claire Skrabutenas.

posted by Palo Alto Online on Mar 1, 2010 at 2:15 pm

Palo Alto senior Kelly Jenks was held scoreless and saw her prep soccer career end in a 1-0 loss to top-seeded Woodside on Saturday. Photo by Al Chang.

Palo Alto senior Sophie Cain wrapped up her prep soccer career with a 1-0 loss to top-seeded Woodside on Saturday in a CCS Division I quarterfinal. Photo by Al Chang.

Palo Alto senior Maeve Stewart (right) helped keep top-seeded Woodside scoreless for over 76 minutes before the Wildcats broke the deadlock for a 1-0 victory on Saturday in a CCS Division I quarterfinal. Photo by Al Chang.

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