girls soccer

Mustangs rolling strong this soccer season

Golden rebounds but Arvada still searching for win

Daniel Williams
Arvada’s Lauren Pettit fires a shot off her foot Saturday against Thomas Jefferson. The Bulldogs are still in search of their first win of the season.
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Ralston Valley girls’ soccer has outscored their opponents 24-2 this season.

There latest victim was Chatfield who was beaten by the Mustangs 3-2 Wednesday at North Area Athletic Complex.

The two goals that Chatfield scored were the first two goals they have given up all season. Ralston Valley had shutout their four previous opponents and have turned into a juggernaut as they prepare for 5A Jeffco league play.

The Mustangs (5-0) will play at Bear Creek Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Arvada girls’ soccer is still in search of their first victory of the season after falling to Englewood 7-0 Thursday at Arvada High School.

Englewood had a pair of two goal scorers and the Pirates scored five first half goals.

Two days before the Bulldogs were beat 10-0 Tuesday at Elizabeth High School.

Elizabeth’s Emily Mohlis recorded a hat trick and two other Cardinals had multiple goal efforts.

Arvada (0-5) will play at Skyview Saturday at 4 p.m.   

After back-to-back wins to get their record back to .500, Golden girls’ soccer dropped both their games last week.

The Demons fell to 5A Standley Lake 3-0 Friday at North Area Athletic Complex.

Perhaps Golden has tired legs from a tough 1-0 loss to Eaglecrest Thursday at NAAC just 24 hours earlier.

But perhaps their is a method to coach Josh Nolkers’ madness, because five of Golden’s six opponents this season have been 5A teams, indicating he is trying to toughen his team up and prepare them for league play.

The Demons (2-4) will play at Valor Christian Wednesday at 7 p.m.

A pair of seniors scored to propel Faith Christian to a 2-1 victory over The Classical Academy Thursday at Faith Christian High School.

Caroline Jenkins and Madison Batug both scored and the Eagles’ defense was able to hold off the Titans to get their record back over .500.

The win also washes away an ugly 8-0 loss to Evergreen earlier in the week.

Faith Christian (2-1) will play at Lutheran Tuesday at 6 p.m.

After back-to-back losses to open their season Jefferson girls’ soccer won their last two games.

The Saints beat Aurora West College Prep Academy 5-1 Monday at Jefferson High School.

Jefferson junior Laura Solis scored three goals and sophomore Jasmine Ramos added a goal in the blowout win.

Jefferson also got a 1-0 victory over Sheridan last Friday.

The two wins com after the Saints were outscored 12-0 in their first games of the season.

The Saints (2-2, 1-1 in Region 8 league play) will play at Clear Creek Tuesday, 4 p.m.