Local Roundup: Eagles girls soccer keeps rolling with another shutout win

Local Roundup: Eagles girls soccer keeps rolling with another shutout win

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Flagstaff keeps on rolling in girls soccer, netting a third straight shutout in the power-points slate with a 4-0 win road win over Deer Valley on Tuesday.

Four different Eagles found the back of the net as Kristen Wendtland, Mayrin Soto, Keira Robertson and Lauren West all scored. Lianna Albert was credited with the shutout, her fourth of the season, helping Flagstaff stay perfect and at 5-0.

The initial girls soccer rankings are set to be released by the AIA today.

The 4A Conference Eagles will take on 4A Arcadia (3-1) Thursday at 6 p.m. at Arcadia High School.

Dating back to last season, the Eagles are riding a 12-match win streak when it comes to regular-season outings.


The Flagstaff Eagles improved to 6-0 with a win Tuesday over the Estrella Foothills Wolves, 2-0, on the road.

It was Flagstaff's lowest scoring output of the season, but it was the team's third shutout.

Flagstaff is on the road Friday to face Arcadia at 6 p.m.


The 3A Page Sand Devils, ranked No. 3 in the conference as of Wednesday's press time, haven't slowed down coming out of the holiday break for a return to the power-points schedule.

On Saturday, the team beat 2A Sedona Red Rock, 52-36, behind 11 points each from Emma Yazzie and Camryn Nockideneh. Sand Devils sophomore Arianna Jenkins finished with eight rebounds, helping Page (6-0, 1-0 North Region) win the home game.

Nockideneh also had a big night against Chinle on Tuesday for the Sand Devils' region opener in Page. The 5-foot-10 senior recorded 12 points to go with three rebounds and two steals in the win for Page, which used an 11-2 quarter in its advantage to take control of the night.

Page's Neve Redhair led the way offensively against Chinle with a career-high scoring night at 13 points on a 5-of-6 shooting performance from the field. Redhair also had two steals. Diana Secody contributed seven points in the victory over 18th-ranked Chinle.

Page, the reigning back-to-back state champs, face No. 27 Pinon of the 2A Conference today at 6 p.m. in Pinon.


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