Busy week yields two wins, one loss for the Lady Pirates

Photo courtesy Joel Priest Keeper Diana Scott stretches high to preserve the Lady Pirates’ 2-0 shutout of rival Bayfield last Friday.

Photo courtesy Joel Priest
Keeper Diana Scott stretches high to preserve the Lady Pirates’ 2-0 shutout of rival Bayfield last Friday.

Following a busy week including wins against rivals Bayfield and Alamosa, the Pagosa Springs girls’ soccer team sits atop the Class 3A region 5 league standings with an 8-1 record (8-3 overall). The week also included a tough non-league loss for the Lady Pirates last Wednesday, April 20, at Montezuma/Cortez, a Class 4A opponent.

The Lady Pirates are now entering an important stretch of the season, with away games this Friday and Saturday against Ridgway and Telluride, two league rivals close on their heels. They will also visit Center next Tuesday, May 3, for a league match originally scheduled for April 19, but postponed by snow.

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This story was posted on April 28, 2016.