If there was any doubt, the Windsor High School girls soccer team showed it was the boss of the Tri-Valley Conference on Wednesday.
On a cold, windy night, the Wizards rolled past Erie 8-1 at home in a battle of previously unbeaten teams.
Windsor, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A in the CHSAANow.com poll, scored in the third minute and four times in the first half on the way to a blowout win.
“Getting the lead early was so important,” said senior Nile Koenig, who recorded a hat trick. “We’re not stats hungry, we’re just trying to put us (farther up) in the standings. We made the semis last year and to get past that point, would just be fantastic.”
Chaynee Kingsbury had a goal and two assists, and Meg Zimmerman scored twice and had two assists. Adalyn Vergara and Riley Bliesmer added a goal each.
Windsor (5-0, 1-0 TV) has now scored 27 goals while allowing just one this season. Erie (5-1, 0-1 TV) had only allowed two goals entering the game, but provided no challenge.
“I thought tonight and the last game our passing is just increasing every game and we’re playing amazing on the floor,” Kingsbury said. “That’s what we need to do to win games.”
The Wizards haven’t lost a league game in five years.
The game was the only local event not impacted by weather. Other events postponed due to weather were: Lakewood at Fossil Ridge baseball, Highlands Ranch at Poudre baseball, Fort Collins at Rocky Mountain girls soccer and Boulder at Fort Collins girls tennis.
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