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Teton scores twice in one minute in 2-0 win over Snake; Sept. 9 girls soccer roundup

At Moreland, speed was a factor in Teton’s 2-0 nonconference shutout win over Snake River.

Both of Teton’s goals occurred in the 34th minute. The first goal was by Sofie Graupner, who got an assist from Annalea Brown and sent the ball over the keeper and under the crossbar. Teton head coach Sandy Buckstaff said when both teams returned to midfield after that goal, Kira Wise intercepted a pass between two Snake River players, ran 60 yards and sent the ball over the keeper and under the crossbar.

Considering Wise is the defending 3A state champion in the 400 meters, Buckstaff said he wasn’t entirely surprised.

“It was less than 30 seconds after the first goal,” Buckstaff said. “Kira is so fast.”

He said he was impressed with Snake River keeper Jesslyn Bishop. Teton outshot Snake River 27-4, but the game a stark contrast to the Aug. 29 meeting which ended in an 8-1 Teton win.

“She was a much different keeper today,” Buckstaff said.

Teton (3-2-0) hosts Firth on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

BONNEVILLE 3, BLACKFOOT 3: At Bonneville High School, the Broncos and the Bees played to a 3-3 draw with Bonneville after Sierra Sanchez, Ashley Howe and Elexus Nochebuena scored for Blackfoot.

Bonneville led 2-1 at halftime.

Blackfoot (2-2-0 conference) hosts Pocatello at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

SHELLEY 18, ABERDEEN 0: At Shelley, seven different players scored for the Russets in a nonconference shutout of Aberdeen.

It was the first meeting of the two teams this season, as their Aug. 22 game was canceled due to Aberdeen not having enough players to field a team.

Brittney Baron had seven goals, Abbey Crandall and Emma Kohler each had a hat trick, Alli Joslin had two goals and an assist and Jazmin Romero, Suzette Vega and Daniela Quintero-Reyes each had one goal.

“I started making subs in the first half,” Gregory said. “There were numerous points when I did not have Brittney, Abbey or Eden (Anderson) in the game. Everybody got playing time.”

Shelley (6-0-0, 2-0-0 3A District 6) hosts Sugar-Salem on Tuesday.

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