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Milanez leads powerhouse attack for Lady Greyhounds

Girls Prep Soccer

GRANDVIEW – The 2A Lady Greyhound soccer team handily put last night’s non-league match against 1A Royal away, securing a 15-0 victory.

“In what turned out to be quite a one-sided affair, the Grandveiw Lady ‘Hounds blanked the Knights,” said Grandview Coach Anne Holden.

She said the Lady ‘Hounds dominated the match from the onset.

Scoring four goals for Grandview was Nena Milanez, three of which came before the halftime whistle.

Lady ‘Hound Jackie Orduno got a hat trick, having scored two goals before intermission and another at the 73-minute mark.

Aressa Trevino of Grandview scored two goals, one at the 24-minute mark and another four minutes into the closing half.

Ana Marquez also got the ball between the crossbars twice. Her first goal was at the 67-minute mark and the second came in the 77th minute.

Scoring one goal apiece were Grandview’s Guadalupe Ramos, Isabel Pina, Marissa Caballero and Alyssa Fajardo.

Providing three assists each were Trevino, Orduno and Biviana Rivera.

Ramos, Caballero, Milanez and Wendy Magana also delivered passes that resulted in goals.

“Senior keeper Jamila Shafer recorded her easiest shutout ever, recording only one save,” said Holden.

Grandview (2-3) scored early and often. The Lady ‘Hounds had 29 scoring opportunities overall, keeping Royal’s Guadalupe Guadarrama busy in the goal box. She was able to deny Grandview 14 times.

The Knights only had the one scoring attempt and was shut out.

The Lady ‘Hounds will tomorrow (Saturday) host league rival Prosser in a non-league match-up.

Holden anticipates a “top notch” match.

‑ Jennie McGhan can be contacted at 509-837-4500, or email JMcGhan@DailySunNews.com

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