The City High boys soccer team picked up its 11th win of the season after beating Cedar Rapids Washington 4-0 Saturday in Iowa City.
Niall Oliver assisted Luke Mennen for the first goal of the game. Fernando Pacheco scored the second unassisted. Zach Coleman assisted Alejandro Pacheco for the third and Collin O’Meara assisted Adam Nicholson for the fourth.
“Everything came together well for us,” City coach Jose Fajardo said. “The guys were prepared and played strong. It was a great performance by the whole team.”
No. 2 City (11-2) will host No. 9 Linn-Mar (11-5) on Senior Night at 4:15 p.m. Monday in Iowa City.
* REGINA WINS 2: The Regals picked up two wins during their visit to the Quad Cities, beating Pleasant Valley 1-0 in a shootout and Davenport Assumption 3-0.
After a scoreless 80 minutes of regulation and a scoreless 20 minutes of overtime against Pleasant Valley, the game went to penalty kicks. Regina was 4-3 in the shootout with goals by Nick Ziniel, A.J. Adam, Aaron Schmitz, and Michael Adam.
Regina coach Rick Larew recognized goal keeper Aidan Mullan for his impressive performance.
Nick Dolezal assisted Jacob Adam at the 60th minute for the Regals’ first goal against Assumption. At the 69th minute Jacob Adam assisted Nick Ziniel and a minute later A.J. Adam assisted Jacob Adam for a third goal.
“This has been arguably one of the best singles weeks of soccer in Regina’s history,” Larew said. “Eighteen kids played today and not a single one played poorly.”
No. 2 Regina (9-0) will travel to Mount Pleasant (9-2) Monday.
* IMS TAKES SECOND: Iowa Mennonite School beat Highland 3-2 in the semifinals of the Southeast Iowa Super Conference Tournament in Kalona and lost to Holy Trinity 2-0 in the final.
Dillion Bender scored on a penalty kick in the 13th minute against Highland. Two minutes later Reggie Hostetler scored another goal for IMS. Nicholas Yoder assisted Peyton Thompson for IMS’s third goal.
“The wind was a big factor, blowing pretty much the whole time,” IMS coach Marcus Miller said. “It was difficult for our back line but they played well.”
Fifth-ranked Holy Trinity shut out IMS for the title.
“Holy Trinity is a good team,” Miller said. “We hung with them but struggled to generate offense.”
No. 8 IMS (12-5) will take on Columbus (10-2-1) on the road on Monday.
Mid-Prairie: The Golden Hawks won two games and tied one at a tournament in Clinton. Class 1A Mid-Prairie tied Class 3A Clinton 0-0 in the first game.
Mid-Prairie beat Class 2A Mount Pleasant 2-1 in the second game. Renee Buckwalter assisted Katie Redlinger for the first goal then Redlinger assisted Ali Riggan for a second score.
Mid-Prairie faced Clinton again in the final and won 1-0. With just under two minutes left in the second half Meghan Redlinger was tripped in the box. Twin sister Katie scored on the penalty kick to give the Golden Hawks the 1-0 victory.
Mid-Prairie (9-3-1) will take on No. 4 Regina (8-0) at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Iowa City.