4-1 win keeps girls’ soccer alive for playoff berth

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Carter Brock

“We knew how much winning this game meant for continuing to playoffs, so we came out focused," senior Andrea Chladny said as the girl's soccer team defeated the Centennial Titans 4-1. However the boy's team lost to the Titans 5-1.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

Needing a win to keep its grip on the fourth and final playoff spot in the penultimate District 9-5A game, the girls’ soccer team scored a 4-1 over the Centennial Titans Tuesday night at The Star.

“I felt really good about the game,” senior Andrea Chladny said. “We knew how much winning this game meant for continuing to playoffs, so we came out focused. I think that all the setbacks that we’ve had to face over the season inspired us last night and play to keep our season going.”  

The season will be over for the boys’ team on Friday as there will be no spot in the playoffs. The team sits in 9th place in District 9-5A after the lost to the Titans 5-1 on Senior Night.

“It was fun being on a field and playing with a group that I’ve played with since sixth grade,” senior Justin Parri said. “It brought back memories from freshman year when we were all on the freshman team together.”