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HENDERSON -- Prairie View won the Skyline League 4A championship Monday night with a 7-0 whitewash of Fort Lupton High School. The ThunderHawks claimed one of the two available spots in the state 4A …
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HENDERSON -- Prairie View won the Skyline League 4A championship Monday night with a 7-0 whitewash of Fort Lupton High School.
The ThunderHawks claimed one of the two available spots in the state 4A soccer tournament as a result. Skyview figures to get the second seed when the pairings are announced May 9. the first round of games is May 11.
Daly Miller and Madison Kilburn scored twice and had an assist. Dani Vendegnia and Jasmine Contreras had a goal and an assist. Bree Sarkisian scored a goal. Emily Barnes, Jenia Crail and Laura Garcia added an assist.
"We controlled the entire game and only gave up one shot on goal," PVHS coach Jason Oulman said. "Our girls
passed and moved well without the ball, but we tried to practically dribble it into the goal instead of shooting from the 18 yard box in."
The ThunderHawks put themselves into a position to win the league title with a 2-0 defeat at Skyview High School. Wednesday afternoon in a game stopped at the end of the first half because of lightning in the area.
Sarkisian and Kilburn scored for the ThunderHawks.
"We came out of the gate well and we quickly scored two goals," Oulman said. "We had many open chances at the net. But we became a little complacent, and we tried to be a little too selfish with the ball for the remainder of the first half."
PVHS couldn't take any halftime adjustments onto the field. The officials stopped the game just after the halftime intermission.
"So it was a good win but also a disappointing path in which we took to earn it," Oulman said.
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