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Teton’s Cadence Hamby and South Fremont’s Gisselle Alvarado sprint for the ball during Monday’s district playoff game.

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South Fremont fell 6-1 to Teton Monday.

After getting down 2-0 early Alison Murri hit an unassisted goal after the defense pushed the ball up to bring the Cougars within one point.

“It was a beautifully well-placed goal on the near post,” said South Fremont head coach Elise (Mortensen) Stowe. “She made a good run and had a shot and took it.”

Despite the lopsided score, South Fremont saw several chances on their side of the field and missed a few shots on goal that would have brought them closer to the Timberwolves.

“Everyone played super well,” Stowe said. “There were a lot of missed opportunities. But I’m super proud of our girls and we’re sad to see our seniors go but excited to see where we go in the future.”

South Fremont went 3-8-1 and 1-4-1 in conference in Stowe’s inaugural season.

Stowe said her seniors helped build a culture that should benefit the Cougars for years to come.

“Our seniors made it a super good environment at practices and during games,” Stowe said. “It was more of a family unit instead of just a team. They were just encouraging each other and lifting each other up. We all had a really fun season. Every single player grew immensely. I’m excited to hit the ground running next season.”