Newport freshman Maggie Ma (9) and Bellevue junior Audrey Miller (4) both go for the ball during a 4-0 Bellevue win on Oct. 19. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Newport freshman Maggie Ma (9) and Bellevue junior Audrey Miller (4) both go for the ball during a 4-0 Bellevue win on Oct. 19. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue starts fast in 4-0 victory over Newport

  • Friday, October 25, 2019 9:16am
  • Sports

A goal from Paige Satterlee 10 seconds into the game helped the Bellevue Wolverines cruise past the Newport Knights, 4-0, on Oct. 19. The non-conference game between the Knights (1-11-0) and the Wolverines (5-4-3) was a continuation of an earlier game that was postponed after the 16th minute due to lightning.

Satterlee got the Wolverines off to a dream start with her goal seconds into the match. Bellevue midfielder Courtney Serres found the back of the net twice in the second half and Ally Scoma capped off the scoring for the Wolverines in their 4-0 win.

The Wolverines have three games left in their regular season, beginning with a road game against the Juanita Rebels (2-9-1) on Oct. 24.

Newport will close out their season at home against the Skyline Spartans (7-2-2) on Oct. 29.


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Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus
                                Newport midfielder Elsie Bencke (21) chases after Bellevue midfielder Kennedy Shorett (11) in the Wolverines’ 4-0 win on Oct. 19.

Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus Newport midfielder Elsie Bencke (21) chases after Bellevue midfielder Kennedy Shorett (11) in the Wolverines’ 4-0 win on Oct. 19.

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