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Mill Valley alumna Kayla Hamner jumps into the arms up Central Missouri teammate Abby Rhodes after Rhodes' penalty kick won the NCAA Division II women's soccer national championship for the Jennies on Saturday at Swope Soccer Village. The Jennies edged Carson-Newman (Tenn.), 1-1 (5-3 in PKs) for their first national championship in school history. The UCM team included 23 players from the Kansas City area, including Hamner, fellow Mill Valley alumna Haley Freeman, Shawnee Mission Northwest graduate Mikala Modiri and SM West product Ashton Dvorak.

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Jubilant Jennies: Four Shawnee natives win national title with UCM women's soccer

Four Shawnee natives — Mill Valley alumnae Kayla Hamner and Haley Freeman, former SM Northwest standout Mikala Modiri and SM West product Ashton Dvorak — won the NCAA Division II women's soccer national championship with Central Missouri on Saturday at Swope Soccer Village. The Jennies rounded out their 26-0 campaign by defeating Carson-Newman (Tenn.), 1-1 (5-3 in penalty kicks). Freeman and Hamner both made penalty kicks in the shootout.

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