When the Waseca Bluejays girls soccer team journeyed to Elk River this past weekend, the team didn't just play their opponents; they dominated them.

In their games, played at Spectrum High School, the Bluejay girls held their three opponents scoresless.

The girls dominated Spectrum by a score of 10-0 and then defeated Little Falls handily with a score of 6-0. They faced off against Johnson high in their last game and won 7-0 which helped them total 23 goals overall.

"Coming after a successful league season that saw the varsity core team crown themselves with the U17 C2 state title, the team used the jamboree to continue leaving an impression on coaches and opponents alike of their limitless ambition of pursing excellence," head coach JD Delgado said.

Waseca used three different goalkeepers this weekend in eight grader Caitlan Sheeran, sophomore Katrina Fuller and junior Ericka Herzog. Captain Jaden Hiller helped lead the defense to a weekend shutout and captain Sydney Ludwig helped distribute the ball amongst the midfield.

Gabriela Rodriguez led all scorers with a whopping eleven goals and captain Kaitlin Hyatt followed up with nine goals of her own. Hiller and Hertzog each put in a goal of their own as well.

The girls will look to ride their preseason momentum and travel to Blake School in Minneapolis where they will face off against Blake, DeLaSalle and Orono high schools. The games are set to kick off at 4:15 p.m.

Reach Sports reporter Shafin Khan at 507-835-4283.

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