High School Soccer

Storm girls’ soccer continues to roll as it tries new things

Squalicum’s girls’ soccer team’s defense stepped up, limiting Cedarcrest to just five shots as Miranda Rodriguez got her first varsity time in net in a 4-0 Storm win on Saturday, Sept. 19, on the road.

Kim Hazlett scored first before Kim Dorr netted a hat trick — the Storm’s second in two games — in the first half. Rodriguez made three saves.

“I thought the big thing was playing defense. We limited the opportunites,” Squalicum coach David Kish said in a phone interview. “When they did get on net, Miranda did a nice job getting them. But the best defense is not letting them get off a shot in the first place.”

Squalicum takes on Anacortes on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at Civic Stadium. .

Squalicum 4, Cedarcrest 0

Goal: Kim Hazlett (Squalicum), time 17; Goal: Kim Dorr (Squalicum), time 34; Goal: Kim Dorr (Squalicum), assist: Annie Roth, time 36; Goal: Kim Dorr (Squalicum), assist: Rachel Dorr, time 38. Goalies (saves) — Squalicum: Miranda Rodriguez (3); Cedarcrest: Brooke Benson, Maggie Ritchie (6). Shots — Squalicum 19, Cedarcrest 5.