|Squalicum 3, Burlington-Ed. 0|
Sept. 9 at WCCMichelle Saunders and Payton Fowler scored to help the Storm open the 2014-15 season with a win.
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Sept. 11 at Civic StadiumKim Dorr scored the lone goal, as the Storm got some revenge for last year’s state semifinal loss.
Squalicum 3, Sehome 1
Sept. 13 at Civic StadiumSarah Byron’s goal shortly before halftime put the Storm ahead for good against their city rival.
Squalicum 8, Nooksack Valley 0
Sept. 16 at Nooksack ElementaryKim Hazlett scored a hat trick to help the Storm open Northwest Conference play with a big win.
Squalicum 4, Bellingham 1
Sept. 18 at Civic StadiumKim Dorr ignited the Storm offense with a header off a Michelle Saunders corner in an NWC win.
Squalicum 4, Cedarcrest 1
Sept. 20 at WCCKim Hazlett had two goals and Michelle Saunders notched three assists in a non-conference victory.
Squalicum 6, Anacortes 0
Sept. 23 at Anacortes HighSqualicum’s Kims — Hazlett and Dorr — each scored twice in a lopsided Northwest Conference win.
Squalicum 8, Blaine 0
Sept. 25 at Pipeline FieldsThe Storm defense did not allow a shot on goal, and Julia DeVere started the scoring in the fifth minute.
Squalicum 8, Mount Baker 0
Sept. 30 at Civic StadiumKim Hazlett scored the Storm’s first three goals, before Kim Dorr added three of her own.
Squalicum 5, Lynden Christian 0
Oct. 2 at Lynden ChristianKim Hazlett recorded her second straight hat trick, and the Storm moved to 10-0 with an NWC win.
Squalicum 2, Ferndale 1
Oct. 7 at Northwest FieldsKim Dorr’s goal in the 72nd minute proved to be enough to lift the Storm over the Golden Eagles.
Squalicum 4, Sedro-Woolley 0
Oct. 9 at Civic StadiumBraeden Hilleary’s two goals helped keep the Storm perfect in Northwest Conference play.
Squalicum 2, Burlington-Ed. 1
Oct. 16 at Burlington-Edison HighPayton Fowler scored the equalizer, and Kim Hazlett’s late goal completed the comeback victory.
Squalicum 3, Meridian 0
Oct. 21 at Meridian HighJackie Dierdorff, Julia DeVere and Braeden Hilleary scored in a win over the 1A state quarterfinalists.
Squalicum 2, Sehome 2
Oct. 23 at Civic StadiumThe Storm’s 15-game win streak came to an end, but late goals by Kim Hazlett and Kim Dorr salvaged a tie.
Squalicum 4, Lynden 1
Oct. 27 at Civic StadiumGoals by Kim Dorr, Julia DeVere, Braeden Hilleary and Kim Hazlett secured an unbeaten regular season.
Squalicum 5, Sedro-Woolley 0
Nov. 1 at Civic StadiumThe Storm defense logged its 10th shutout of the year in the 2A Northwest District Tournament opener.
Squalicum 2, Bellingham 0
Nov. 4 at Civic StadiumBraeden Hilleary scored in the third minute, and the Storm locked up its third straight trip to state.
Squalicum 3, Shorecrest 0
Nov. 8 at Shoreline StadiumDefense led the Storm to a district title in a preview of the eventual state championship game.
Squalicum 5, Olympic 0
Nov. 12 at Civic StadiumKim Hazlett’s hat trick was more than enough, as the Storm dominated in the first round of state.
Squalicum 3, Hockinson 2
Nov. 15 at Civic StadiumKim Hazlett’s goal stopped the determined Hawks and gave the Storm a third-straight quarterfinal win.
Squalicum 3, Ephrata 1
Nov. 21 at Shoreline StadiumGoals off a pair of Michelle Saunders corner kicks got the state semifinal monkey off the Storm’s back.
Squalicum 2, Shorecrest 1
Nov. 22 at Shoreline StadiumKim Dorr’s goal with five minutes to play caps the Storm’s comeback and gives the program its first state title.