Valor Christian advances to girls soccer title game

Staff report
Posted 5/21/18

Valor Christian advanced to the Class 4A state championship game with a semifinal victory on May 19, but Mountain Vista and Rock Canyon lost 5A semifinal games. Valor, the second seed in the 4A state …

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Valor Christian advances to girls soccer title game

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Valor Christian advanced to the Class 4A state championship game with a semifinal victory on May 19, but Mountain Vista and Rock Canyon lost 5A semifinal games.

Valor, the second seed in the 4A state tournament bracket, beat Glenwood Springs 2-1 at Legacy Stadium and was scheduled to face top-seeded Windsor in the May 23 title game.

Sophomore Ryan Winningham had a goal and assist in the Eagles' win.

Mountain Vista and Rock Canyon lost in games played May 19 at Echo Park Automotive Stadium.

Defending Class 5A state champion Mountain Vista surrendered three goals in the second half to see its halftime lead disappear in a 4-2 loss to top-seeded Grandview, a team that the Golden Eagles beat in the season opener.

Mountain Vista finished the season with a 14-4-1 record.

Haley Stodden scored on a penalty kick in overtime to lift second-seeded Broomfield past Rock Canyon, 3-2, as the Jaguars suffered only their third loss in 19 games this season.

Stodden scored twice on the three penalty kicks that were awarded during the game. Rock Canyon's Jamie Tatum scored both Jaguars' goals, and the first one was on a penalty kick. The second goal came with 1:35 remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime.

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