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East downs Woodland 3-0 for key road win in Region play

East Paulding Girls Soccer team notched it's third consecutive shutout and defeated Woodland 3-0 on Friday. Skilled, speedy, and tough, freshman Ella Mitchell has been a difference maker for East this year. She joins All-Region teammate, Morgan Gramling and Catherine Basch on the back-line defending the goal for the Raiders, who have only given up 14 goals in 12 games this season.
The East offense continues to produce. At Woodland, Senior Lauren Bergevine started the scoring with a blast from the top of the penalty box late in the first half. Talented newcomer Lauren Gramling notched the Raider's second goal, continuing her season-long scoring touch. Late in the match, yeoman forward Hannah Landry outworked a Woodland defender and served a beautiful ball to Kimberlyn Black in front of the net where Black knocked it past the Woodland goalkeeper to cap the scoring for East. The Raiders are now 7-4-1 on the season and 4-2 in Region play. (Photos: Russ Bergevine)

EP Woodland 19Defense Day. EP freshman Ella Mitchell (16) controls the ball and moves out of the defensive end, helping secure the shutout for East.EP Woodland 17Control Fight. MacKenzie Barnett (white jersey) fights off four Woodland defenders to keep possession.EP Woodland 6Packing a punch. Raider's Lauren Gramling puts a solid ball on frame. Freshman Gramling notched one goal for East, continuing her outstanding offensive season.EP Woodland 22Defensive leader. From her center-back position, Lady Raider Morgan Gramling boots the ball far from the East goal and away from danger.