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Provo pays high price for 4-0 win over American Fork

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PROVO — Provo's 4-0 win over American Fork in girls' soccer came with a heavy price for the Bulldogs. In the first half, Provo lost starter Stephanie Eyre to an injury when she collided head-first with an American Fork player. In the second half, Provo forward Jana Van Wagoner was given a red card.

Both players will miss Thursday's game with cross-town rival Timpview.

"It was a good win but maybe the price was a little to high," Provo coach Cesar Cardoso said. "Maybe this game cost us to much."

Despite the setbacks, Provo still dominated the game offensively and held American Fork without a goal for its seventh straight game.

While the Cavemen are struggling just to score a goal, Provo's Jana Davis is not, as she scored two goals and one assist to lead Provo to the win.

"She could have had about three more," Cardoso said.

It took Provo 30 minutes to get on the scoreboard, but once they did they scored quick.

In the 31st minute Davis scored her first goal, heading in a corner kick from Cami Hofheins.

"I stepped back and I just took off right in the middle," Davis said on her goal. "I got the girls behind me and I just jumped as high as I could and headed it in."

After Davis' goal, Provo scored two more goals in the final nine minutes of the first half to lead 3-0 at halftime.

Becca Griffith put the Bulldogs on top 2-0 in the 36th minute when a ball knocked off her foot and into the goal on a cross pass from Van Wagoner. In the final seconds of the first half Davis scored her second goal of the game on a penalty kick.

"We were able to pass the ball and create lots of opportunities for ourselves," Cardoso said. "I was really pleased with the ability we had to create more chances."

In the 78th minute Davis crossed a pass to Marisa Mix for the games final goal.

In other prep soccer games on Tuesday:


WEBER 5, CLEARFIELD 3: Despite a pair of goals from RandiPaskett, the Falcons still remained winless in region play. ChelseaHogge and MerideeSpendlove each scored two goals for the Warriors.

VIEWMONT 3, NORTHRIDGE 0: The Vikings improved to 4-2 in region play as Megan Boarden notched a pair of goals.

DAVIS 3, LAYTON 2 (OT):LinseySekulich's overtime goal lifted the second-ranked Darts to a thrilling victory over the Lancers. RobynRasmussen scored Davis' other two goals.


HILLCREST 9, COPPER HILLS 0: The Huskies improved to 5-3 with a convincing win over the winless Grizzlies as RebeccaRiddle led the way with four goals.

ALTA 4, JORDAN 1: The top-ranked Hawks improved to 10-0-0 as Candace Gagon notched two goals, while Allison

Martino and MandyGowans each chipped in with one.

BINGHAM 8, RIVERTON 0:AlyssaVanderveur torched the Silverwolves defense with four goals as the Miners rolled to the win.

BRIGHTON 6, WEST JORDAN 0: The Bengals jumped out in front early over the Jaguars and cruised to an easy victory. MeganMaxfield led the charge with two goals while four others scored in the win. Keepers LaurenBlack and CourtneyWilde split time in the shutout.


COTTONWOOD 6, HUNTER 0:MeganOhai and MarliMartin each had two goals for fifth-ranked Cottonwood. MaryErtel preserved the shutout in goal as the Colts stayed perfect in Region 3 play.

KEARNS 10, GRANGER 0: Eight different Kearns players scored, with SarahLavato and Kiley Quigley leading the way with two each.

SKYLINE 5, TAYLORSVILLE 0: The Eagles shutout the Warriors in a game that was never close. HailyBird had two goals while AliHaymond, SaraMonsen and JanicaLarsen added one apiece. McCallSmith was perfect at keeper.


BOX ELDER 2, LOGAN 0:DanaPeart scored both goals in a shutout over the Grizzlies.

BONNEVILLE 1, SKY VIEW 0 (OT):JessieBaddley scored the game winner with three minutes remaining in overtime to help lead the Lakers over the Bobcats. ClaireChristiansen was perfect at keeper in the defensive battle.

MOUNTAIN CREST 2, ROY 1: First half goals by KimCrosbie and EricaMortensen lifted the Mustangs past the Royals in a defensive region battle.


BOUNTIFUL 2, EAST 1 (OT):AndraHansen scored a golden goal in the opening minutes of overtime for the Braves. DanicaPaul scored just nineteen seconds into the second half. TillySine scored the only goal for the number four-ranked Leopards as they fell to second-ranked Bountiful.

HIGHLAND 6, CYPRUS 0:CatHak and KathrynBurruss scored twice for the Rams in blowout of the Pirates. SarahLewis and AliCroft also scored in the win.

WEST 2, MURRAY 1:CatherinePeterson and EllenEngland each assisted on one of NikkiBarnson's goals as the Panthers edged the Spartans.

OLYMPUS 2, WOODS CROSS 1: The Titans got goals from JadenGundry and CaitlinShaw while playing standout defense in a victory over the Wildcats. CienahMiller scored Woods Cross' lone goal.


SPRINGVILLE 6, SPANISH FORK 0: Six different Red Devils found the net in a shutout of the Dons. KileyCarter was perfect at keeper in the win.

TIMPVIEW 6, PAYSON 1:CandiceClark poured in four goals, and JessicaHarmon chipped in with a pair in leading the fifth-ranked T-Birds.


LONE PEAK 4, OREM 3:AliBranscomb, ChelseaArnell, WhitneyWunderli and NoelleBrough each found the net in leading the Knights to their first region win.

TIMPANOGOS 4, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Thanks to two goals from ShantaeAdams, and one each from JulieHegerhorst and JenniferNielsen, the T-Wolves improved to 3-0 in league play.


DELTA 4, LEHI 2: The Rabbits 3-0 halftime lead was too much for the Pioneers to overcome in a Region 8 matchup. ErinTopham led Delta with two goals in the win. BeckyPulham and LaceyKleinman each scored in the loss.

NORTH SANPETE 4, CARBON 0:SharAnderson scored a pair of goals, improving her total to 19 on the season. KaileeChristiansen added a goal and two assist for the Hawks.


DIXIE 1, CANYON VIEW 0:LexieElton scored the game's only goal in the final six minutes as the Flyers improved to 5-0 in region play. KaceeMcArthur earned the shutout for Dixie.

HURRICANE 4, CEDAR 1:AngelPrince scored two goals, while MarionEbert and CassieGoodwin added one each to lead the Tigers, who improved to 4-1-0 in region.

PINE VIEW 1, SNOW CANYON 0: The Panthers buried a penalty kick in the final three minutes to beat the Warriors in a tightly-contested region game.


WASATCH 1, UINTAH 0: The Wasps got a second half goal from StaceeSmith to defeat the Utes. CarliLatimer posted the perfect game at keeper.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 3, PARK CITY 0: In a very physical region 10 game, the Bulldogs came out on top behind goals from AshaRichardson, KatoMayeda and NoelleScott. DaniGriffin had eight saves including one off of a penalty kick in the win.

UNION 2, GRANITE 0:ChristyAmes scored a goal in each half to lead the Cougars past the Farmers.


TOOELE 4, GRANTSVILLE 2:DominqueSnyder, SamThomas, WhitneyFrost and KimPalmer each scored a goals as the Buffaloes picked up their first region win.

BEN LOMOND 6, MORGAN 0: The Scots got two goals each from McKenzieFavero and JessicaHasler in a blowout of the Trojans. SharidySomers was perfect at keeper.

OGDEN 4, BEAR RIVER 2: The Tigers remained undefeated in region action behind two goals from CassieBatinich as they defeated the Bears.


ST. JOSEPH 9, SOUTH SUMMIT 3:BrittneyDehaan and AtimEffiong each had hat tricks as the Jayhawks scored early and often in a victory over the Wildcats.

ROWLAND HALL 2, JUAN DIEGO 1: The Soaring Eagle led at halftime but the The Winged Lions fought back to take the victory. Alex Milne scored the game winner with five minutes remaining on an assist from Liz Elliott who added the other Rowland Hall goal.