A second-half goal had cut the deficit in half but the Rice Lake girls soccer team was unable to net the equalizer in a 2-1 loss to Chippewa Falls on Tuesday at Pug Lund Field.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

The Warriors celebrate a goal from Kallahan Bowman in the second half.

Kallahan Bowman got Rice Lake on the scoreboard 61 minutes, and 38 seconds into the contest, which trimmed the Warrior deficit to one. Rice Lake had gotten the ball out of its defensive side of field with Jordan Roethel passing it up to Julia Holthaus who advanced it forward. A pass was made to Kim Fries and then she sent it ahead to Bowman about 25 yards from the goal. Bowman cut past one defender to her right and sent a strike just outside the reach of the Chippewa Falls goaltender and into the back of the net on the left side.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Kallahan Bowman races up the sideline against Chippewa Falls' Ella Gehl.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Callie Karstens sends off a pass.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Maddie Gilbert throws the ball in.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Ayla Zuzek with a goal kick.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Kim Fries watches the ball drop.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Addison Leaf controls possession in some space between a trio of Chippewa Falls defenders.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Alyssa Stanford sends the ball forward.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Julia Holthaus races up the field with the ball.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Lexi Berger stops the ball from rolling to the sideline.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Alexi MacDonald passes the ball forward to Jordan Roethel.

Rice Lake girls soccer vs. Chippewa Falls 5-10-22

Kate Stinson makes a throw in.

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