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October 23, 2012

Kalyn Compeau's four goals lift Warriors to playoff win.



Alexis Lilly netted the other goal for Tonawanda. Johnson was thrilled with the whole team's effort, especially after a shaky start. She said it's exciting to watch Tonawanda when they get in gear and are clicking offensively.

Next up for the Warriors is Wilson (15-1-1) who won its quarterfinal match, 6-1 against Southwestern. The Lakewomen played Albion to a 2-2 tie earlier this season, but Johnson is expecting a tough game on Thursday afternoon.

"This next game will be tough," she said. "Every time you advance a round it always gets a lot harder ... (But) We have a team that won't quit right now."



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