Photo Gallery: C-Falls soccer splits pair at Whitefish

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  • Wildkat Josie Windauer fights off Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Wildkat Gwen Jarvis battles for the ball.

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    Wildkat Cheyenne Johnston-Heinz moves the ball past the Whitefish defense.

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    Josie Windauer fights for the ball with Whitefish’s Lucy Lowry.

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    Columbia Falls forward Sydney Mamm moves the ball past Whitefish’s Grace Benkelman.

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    Wildkat Maddie Robison kicks the ball past Whitefish defender Mary Peterson.

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    Wildkat forward Josie Windauer kicks the ball past Whitefish defender Mary Peterson.

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer beats Whitefish keeper Sami Galbraith to the ball for a goal Tuesday.

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    Flora Jarvis sends a free kick towards the Whitefish goal.

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    Wildkat Flora Jarvis sends a free kick towards the goal.

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer fights off Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Wildkats Sydney Mann (13) and Maddie Robison (7) battle Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Reed Sandstrom

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    Wildcat Tyler Hull moves the ball up the field.

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    Wildcat Reed Sandstrom take the ball from Bulldog William Hyatt.

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    Simon Magg

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    Jason Albin

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    Simon Magg

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    Wildcat Seth Hoffman moves the ball past the Whitefish defense.

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    Wildcat Simon Magg fight for the ball.

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    Mikey Tamburelli knocks down a Whitefish pass.

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    Josie Windauer

  • Wildkat Josie Windauer fights off Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Wildkat Gwen Jarvis battles for the ball.

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    Wildkat Cheyenne Johnston-Heinz moves the ball past the Whitefish defense.

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    Josie Windauer fights for the ball with Whitefish’s Lucy Lowry.

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    Columbia Falls forward Sydney Mamm moves the ball past Whitefish’s Grace Benkelman.

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    Wildkat Maddie Robison kicks the ball past Whitefish defender Mary Peterson.

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    Wildkat forward Josie Windauer kicks the ball past Whitefish defender Mary Peterson.

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer beats Whitefish keeper Sami Galbraith to the ball for a goal Tuesday.

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    Flora Jarvis sends a free kick towards the Whitefish goal.

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    Wildkat Flora Jarvis sends a free kick towards the goal.

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer fights off Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Wildkats Sydney Mann (13) and Maddie Robison (7) battle Whitefish’s Mary Peterson for the ball.

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    Reed Sandstrom

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    Wildcat Tyler Hull moves the ball up the field.

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    Wildcat Reed Sandstrom take the ball from Bulldog William Hyatt.

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    Simon Magg

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    Jason Albin

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    Simon Magg

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    Wildcat Seth Hoffman moves the ball past the Whitefish defense.

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    Wildcat Simon Magg fight for the ball.

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    Mikey Tamburelli knocks down a Whitefish pass.

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    Josie Windauer

The Columbia Falls High School soccer teams split a pair of games at rival Whitefish Tuesday afteroon as the Wildkat girls picked up a 4-3 win while the Wildcat boys fell 5-2.

The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 1-0 lead over the Wildkats in the first game of the afternoon, but Josie Windauer was able to convert a free kick by Flora Jarvis to tie the score with 14:47 to play in the opening half. Whitefish’s Josie Schneider put the Lady Bulldogs back on top momentarily, but Windauer was able to tie the score at 2-2 just before the half.

Maddie Robison put the Wildkats up for good with a goal early in the second half before another goal from LaKia Hill put the Kats up 4-2. Whitefish added another goal with 11 minutes to play to cut the lead to 4-3, but the Kats held off a late Whitefish push to grab the win.

In boys action, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 5-0 lead in their game against the Wildcats before Niels Getts scored two second-half goals to make the final score 5-2.

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