Taos, respectively, while Santa Fe High loses at La Cueva and Capital at Albuquerque Academy. It was 7-0 for the Lady Horsemen, 7-2 for the Griffins, and the Demonettes and Jaguars both took 10-0 setbacks
By ARNIE LESHIN, Santa Fe Today
Visiting Taos made it a tussle for the first half, but unbeaten Santa Fe Prep came away with five goals in the second half to emerge victorious, 7-2, and advance to 7-0 in District 2/1A-4A girl’s soccer in play at Sun Mountain Field Tuesday afternoon.
Now 11-0-1 overall, the Griffins picked up single goals each from junior Lynn Robey, senior Isabella Childs, and junior Blake Trevisani. Robey was also credited with four assists and senior Ariane Talou and freshman Angelica Fredericks dished out one each.
But once again the bulk of the scoring came from stellar freshman Anna Swanson’s hat trick. The Tigers dropped to 9-4 and 4-3 and scored both times in the first half, one by senior Cora Cannedy and the other on an own goal compliments of the Prep defense.
St. Michael’s kept Pojoaque Valley winless with a 10-0 romp in 2/1A-4A at the Christian Brothers Athletic Conference, Sophomore Daisy Smith showed the way with three goals and freshman Olivia Farrar added a pair, as did freshman Frances Schneider.
The remaining scores came from senior Tiana Baca and freshmen Rachel Morgan and Hannah Boyd. The Lady Horsemen, 12-5 overall and 6-1 in district, meet up with first place Santa Fe Prep at home Monday afternoon in a girls-boys doubleheader between the schools.
The Elkettes now stand at 0-11-2 overall and 0-7 in district.
Santa Fe High took the road to Albuquerque La Cueva and were handed a 10-0 mercy-rule defeat. The Demonettes are now winless in seven 2-6A outings and 3-14 overall. La Cueva has lost only once, going down 1-0 to Albuquerque Volcano Vista in a non-district match. It is 14-1 overall and 10-0 in district. It was its 10th shutout and it has allowed only three goals.
Capital High also took a 10-0 loss that cut short the match against Albuquerque Academy short via the mercy rule. It was fourth loss in a row for the Jaguars, and put them at 5-11 overall. The Chargers are 13-4 and 4-0.
At Santa Fe Indian School, East Mountain left with a 4-0 triumph in 5-4A. It dropped the Braves to 0-5 in district and 2-13 overall, while the visitors are now 3-7 and 2-5.
At Las Vegas Robertson, Monte del Sol dropped a tight 3-2 match to the Cardinals and fell to 3-7 overall and 2-5 in district. Robertson is 2-5 in 2/1A-4A and 8-9 overall.
At Albuquerque Del Norte, Los Alamos turned in a 4-0 zip and is now 3-1 in 2-5A and 13-4-1 overall. The Knights are at 4-12-1 overall and 1-3 in district.