Ranked at No. 2 in the 4A Conference standings heading into Tuesday's Grand Canyon Region match with No. 10 Bradshaw Mountain, the Flagstaff Eagles had six different players score on the way to an 8-1 rout of the Bears.
Taylor Hazlett recorded two goals to go with an assist for the Eagles, who ended a two-game homestand with the victory despite falling behind early.
Sam Slaughter tied the game 1-1 with a powerful header off a corner kick from Samone Marquez, and Flagstaff went on to keep its season record perfect at 8-0. The win also pushed the Eagles to 3-0 in the region.
During the two-game homestand, the Eagles outscored their opponents 19-1.
Brianna White also found the back of the net twice for Flagstaff, which has scored eight or more goals in its last four matches. Zalma Batrez Cardova, Samone Marquez and Morgan Hodges each provided a goal, with Hazlett, Marquez and Lydia Pelletier Butler each contributing assists.
The Eagles take on the No. 4 Prescott Badgers (7-0) for a road game on Thursday, hoping to hand their region foe its first loss of the season.
COCONINO 3, LEE WILLIAMS 2
Returning to Grand Canyon Region play for the first time since their rivalry match more than a month ago, the No. 17 Coconino Panthers (4-1-1) beat the No. 30 Lee Williams Volunteers (3-5).
With four more region matches scheduled in a row, the Panthers will look to fight for second place in the region with a home meeting against the No. 4 Prescott Badgers (7-0) on Jan. 16.
COCONINO 1, LEE WILLIAMS 0
The No. 29 Panthers, winners of three of their past five matches, edged the 38th-ranked Volunteers Tuesday to record their first region victory of the season, improving to 3-4 overall while knocking hosting Lee Williams down to 2-7.
Coconino is scheduled to host Mohave for a region game on Thursday at 3 p.m.