Bishop Heelan beat Kuemper Catholic 9-0 on Friday in the regional semifinals.
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Eight different players scored as Bishop Heelan advanced to the Class 1A regional soccer final with a 9-0 win over Kuemper Catholic on Friday.
The top-ranked Crusaders built a quick 2-0 lead just 8 minutes into the game at Memorial Field. Then, from 25 yards out, Lauren Bleeker scored with a blast to make it 3-0.
Two minutes later, Sam Tymkowicz fed Rachel Vondrak and the junior knifed through the Kuemper defense to increase the lead to 4-0.
Tymkowicz assisted on the next goal as well, giving it to Jessica Brown who knocked the ball into the net with her knee to make it 5-0.
Jensen Froehlich scored the final goal of the first half to make it 6-0 at the break.
On the other side of the bracket, Western Christian won at MOC-Floyd Valley, 1-0 in a shootout, with the Wolfpack winning 3-1 on penalty kicks. Western Christian will visit Heelan on Monday at six for a trip to the state tournament which starts June 12 in Des Moines.
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