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Warriors’ record still perfect

The No. 5 Waukee girls’ soccer team has kept its perfect record intact after a 2-1 over Ankeny Centennial on April 24 and a blowout 5-0 win over Fort Dodge on Tuesday in Waukee.

In Tuesday’s match against Fort Dodge, the Warriors were helped to the blowout victory by two goals apiece from sophomore Miranda Wilson and Alyssa Hewitt, a senior this season. Hewitt also had two assists to add to her stat line for the match.

Junior Ellie Cavanaugh had the other Warrior goal. Hannah McDevitt didn’t score in the contest, but had two assists while Morgan Seemuth also had one assist.

Hewitt now leads the Warriors with eight goals through the first six games of this season with Cavanaugh right behind her in second with seven goals. McDevitt leads the team in assists with eight so far this year.

Against Ankeny Centennial on April 24 in Ankeny, Cavanaugh and Hewitt had the two goals for the Warriors as they won 2-1. Seemuth and Rebecca Corbett had one assist each in the match.

Goalkeeper Miranda Hunzeker, a senior this year, allowed one goal and made three saves in the match against Ankeny Centennial and has only allowed three goals all season long so far.

The Warriors will next compete in a tournament in Burlington where they will play against Liberty High (Missouri) on Thursday, St. James Academy (Kansas) on Friday and against Belleville Althoff Catholic (Illinois) on Saturday.

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