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Published: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 8:00 p.m.

Prep girls soccer: Sehome 5, Cedarcrest 2

BELLINGHAM -- Karli White scored two goals, giving Cedarcrest leads of 1-0 and 2-1, but Sehome scored four times in the last 30 minutes to win the District 1/2 2A soccer playoff match. The Red Wolves will host Bellingham on Tuesday in a loser out game.
At Civic Stadium
Goals--Karli White (C) 2, Hanna Tarleton (S), Emily Webster (S) 2, Marie Kochman (S) 2. Assists--Sydney Kuehn (C). Goalkeepers--Sehome: Rachel Albert. Cedarcrest: Bailey Parish. Records--Sehome 16-0-1 overall. Cedarcrest 7-10.

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