Lightning advances to next round in 5A soccer playoffs

Mountain Range falls in first round

Photos by Stefan Brodksy
Posted 10/29/18

Legacy Junior Joey Joiner scored the only goal in Oct. 25’s playoff matchup, ending a scoreless first half and sending the Lightning to the next round in the state 5A soccer playoffs. Legacy …

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Lightning advances to next round in 5A soccer playoffs

Mountain Range falls in first round

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Legacy Junior Joey Joiner scored the only goal in Oct. 25’s playoff matchup, ending a scoreless first half and sending the Lightning to the next round in the state 5A soccer playoffs.

Legacy defeated a tough Westminster team 1-0, ending the 11-5 Wolves season.

Now No. 4 ranked Legacy moves on to play the No. 12 Far Northeast Warriors on Oct. 31 and the winner of that gave advances to quarterfinals Nov. 3, where they’ll play either No. 4 ranked Denver East or No. 13 Broomfield.

The Mountain Range Mustangs didn’t have the same luck, dropping their battle with Aurora’s Rangeview Raiders.

Rangeview defeated scored twice in the first half and again in the second to defeat the Mustangs 3-2, putting an end to the Mustangs 9-6-1 season.

No. 19 ranked Rangeview moves on to the second round of the playoffs, where they’ll face No. 3 rated Grandview.

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