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GIRLS SOCCER

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St. Paul Academy mustered the game's only goal, it coming late in the first half as it beat first-time state soccer entrant St. Charles/Lewiston-Altura 1-0.
Mahtomedi scored three times in the first half and ran off with a 5-1 win over Winona, which was making its first state tournament appearance.
Scores of area high school games.
The No. 2 seeded Mustangs were just too strong on Tuesday night, scoring twice in the first half to end the Eagles' season.
Lourdes, St. Charles/Lewiston-Altura and Winona are the three teams from southeastern Minnesota that have advanced to the girls state soccer tournament.
It was Bryn Billmeier's goal in overtime that carried No. 7-ranked Lourdes into the Class A state girls soccer tournament. It was a goal in the making.

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The Wildcats are seeded the highest of the seven state-qualifying teams in the PB's coverage area. PIZM finished third in its first state tournament a season ago.
Bryn Billmeier matched a perfect pass with a perfect shot to lift the Eagles over the feisty Wildcats and to their first state tournament since 2019.
The Winhawks showed off their skill and speed, while also shutting down Byron prolific goal-scorer Paige Halder.

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