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Thursday's metro high school girls soccer roundup

Recaps from Thursday's action, including Shanley cruising to victory over Grand Forks Central

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Fargo Shanley 4, GF Central 0

GRAND FORKS — Fargo Shanley got its offense going in the second half and blanked Grand Forks Central on Thursday in an Eastern Dakota conference matchup.

Shanley’s Ella Frisk got things started with an unassisted goal in the first half, then Frisk assisted on Elsa Wambach’s goal in the second to make it 2-0.

Krista Kramer scored on an assist from Mia Metzger for a three-goal lead, and Wambach capped it with her second goal on an assist from Hannah Hoedl.

Shanley goalkeeper Paige McAllister stopped seven shots and Central goalie Rylee Gallagher made eight saves.

Shanley improved to 3-3 overall and 3-2 in the EDC. GFC fell to 0-3-1 both overall and in the EDC.

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Fargo Davies 3, WF Sheyenne 0

WEST FARGO — Davies remained undefeated with a shutout win over the Mustangs in EDC action.

Davies improved to 5-0 both overall and in the EDC, while Sheyenne fell to 2-2-1 both overall and in the conference.

GF Red River 4, Fargo South 0

FARGO — Grand Forks Red River rolled to a shutout victory over Fargo South in EDC play.

Lucy Halverson led the Roughriders with two goals.

South fell to 0-4 both overall and in the EDC. Red River rose to 1-2-2 both overall and in the conference.

Fargo North 0, West Fargo 0

WEST FARGO — North and West Fargo played to a scoreless tie in EDC action.

Both teams moved to 2-1-2 both overall and in the EDC.

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